Types of Real Christmas Trees
I have been accustomed in a household where Christmas is celebrated every year with plenty of gifts under the tree and an artificial Christmas tree propped on the corner of the living room for everyone to marvel.
I thought all Christmas trees were made of plastic when I was young. I didn’t know that we could actually use real trees as Christmas tree. If you prefer the real trees versus the artificial ones then you may refer to the list below of famous real Christmas trees.
Here are types of trees you can use for your Christmas tree if you live in a cold place which can accommodate these kinds of trees. Which one is your choice?
Douglas Fir – quite famous for its lush leaves and citrus scent, it has a good shape and green color and needles are retained as long it is watered regularly
Fraser Fir – similar to Nordmann’s qualities but leaves are dense but this kind of fir is more compact and has great retention of color all throughout the Christmas season
Blue Spruce – has bluish tint on the needles giving it the name blue spruce, its needles are rather sharp thus making it a challenge to decorate it but the unique color of its needles make it a fine selection, also has a sweet scent
Nordmann Fir – very popular due to its needle retention qualities, great natural shape and dark green color
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