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November Tree Bonus Amplifies Nature’s Broadcast

  Bonus tree offer makes November “prime time” to buy in Bagwell Company neighborhoods.

“I think of nature as an unlimited broadcasting station, through which God speaks to us every hour, if we will only tune in,” botanist George Washington Carver said. Understood this way, you could say the neighborhoods of the David Bagwell Company offer family friendly programming on the Tree Channel 24 hours a day.

Members of nature’s viewing audience who are considering a new luxury home will especially want to tune in during November. Along with the “must-see” fall foliage, prospective buyers should watch for the “Tree-Mendous Bonus” signs in the yards of new homes for sale. These signs designate homes as eligible for an additional $3,500.00 worth of trees and specimen shrubbery, if purchased by November 30.

“Our copious tree planting is intended to create a more beautiful place in which to live,” Bagwell says. “Attracted by our prime locations and the pleasing qualities of our builders’ homes, buyers also recognize the vital role that neighborhood ambience plays in residents’ quality of life. And, they know the contribution that fine architecture and beautiful trees make to property value appreciation in neighborhoods across the country.”

Susan Folkert, often referred to as “The Premier Specimen Tree Source in North Texas” by her colleagues, draws on her knowledge of the best growers in Texas, Oklahoma, and the Southeast to bring the finest plant materials to nurseries in Bagwell’s neighborhoods. The quality of these trees and Landscape Superintendent Taylor Steele’s meticulous care and planting expertise help Bagwell realize the neighborhood vitality that he and homebuyers seek.

“There’s epiphany potential in the planting of every tree,” he says. “A kind of friendship develops, as it were, based on reciprocity and mutual affection. While it may seem anthropomorphic nonsense to speak of such a relationship with nature, novelist Alice Walker’s character Shug Avery understands. ‘I think it (displeases) God if you walk by the color purple in a field somewhere and don’t notice it...,’ Shug surmises. ‘People think pleasing God is all God cares about.  But any fool living in the world can see it is always trying to please us back.’

“Recently I went driving through my Colleyville developments with a homeowner to consider which trees to plant at his new Broughton home. We were ‘tuned in to nature’s broadcast’, as we sat ogling a particularly stunning red maple in Leyton Grove. A couple that lives in that neighborhood stopped to say ‘hello’. The four of us reveled in our mutual admiration of this and other trees that turn purple, red, and yellow at this time of year. It’s reckoning among kindred spirits like this that we seek in trying to make our neighborhoods so beautiful that they stir the soul.”

During November, Bagwell is redoubling his efforts with the “Going the Extra Yard” tree and shrubbery bonus. Interested buyers should call the developer for details at 214-368-7711 or call Cindy Brazil at 817-805-3822 for sales information.

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