A Look At a Variety of Christmas Trees

Decorating your home for Christmas can be an enjoyable family activity. There are many ways you can choose to decorate your home for this holiday. But one thing that is almost universal in Christmas decorations is the Christmas tree. Almost everyone who celebrates Christmas gets a Christmas tree. Here’s a look at the various kinds of Christmas trees.

Deodara Cedar- This tree is short and has bluish-green needles, with branches that become pendulous at the tips. It is native to the Himalayas.

Eastern Red Cedar- This tree’s leaves are a dark, shiny, green color and are sticky to the touch. It has a pleasant scent, but can dry out quickly. It may only last two to three weeks but is a popular southern Christmas tree.

Leland Cypress- This tree’s foliage is dark green to gray in color and has upright branches with a feathery appearance. Its scent is light and is therefore good for people with allergies to other Christmas tree types. It is one of the most sought after Christmas trees in the Southeastern United States.

Douglas Fir- This tree has an excellent fragrance with blue to dark green needles that are 1″ to 1

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