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Cool Change

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Cool Change

Welcome to October Sale, 1 week only; all* deciduous trees 20% off!

 

It’s time.  It’s time for a cool change.  The summer without end appears to be waning. The forecast implies that it might even be… raining at least by Sunday.  All said, it is about time.  Everyone is officially “over it”, after a week of record-breaking high temperatures.  Temperatures on Friday are forecast to be fifteen degrees lower than earlier this week. Enough is enough.  It is time to celebrate October and really be able to feel the effects of fall for the first time this season.

 


The possibility of an inch of rainfall over Sunday and Monday, with cooler temperature still, makes for increasingly ideal planting conditions.  By next week, we expect high temperatures to be only in the seventies.  It couldn’t happen at a better time; we couldn’t possibly be more ready.

 


The extended summer has created a bit of a quandary for us. We hope to turn our conundrum into your golden opportunity.  For one week only, we will offer all* deciduous trees, (excluding Japanese maples), for 20% off.  That’s right, eighty cents on a dollar buys you a dollar’s worth of shade, ornamental, and fruiting deciduous trees for one week.  We have another huge shipment of trees on the way.  We must make room. 

 


Never before have we offered such savings at the beginning of the season, but here it is.  You owe it to yourself to take a peek at what all is available. Do so by clicking here for Large Deciduous Trees or  here for Flowering Trees or here for Fruit and Nut Trees.

 


The Nashville Tree Foundation works to preserve and enhance Nashville’s urban forests by planting trees in urban areas, identifying the oldest and largest trees in Davidson County, and educating the public about the value of trees. We ask that you consider donating your savings to The Nashville Tree Foundation by clicking here

 

These sale prices end Thursday October 10, 2019 at the close of business. 

 

Welcome to October; it’s a cool change.

 

David Bates

 

*excluding Japanese Maple

 

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