Oh Christmas tree… Oh Christmas tree, thy leaves are so unchanging. I guess that is one of my most favorite Christmas carols. It’s catchy and there are plenty of mixes of this song online. Listening to this song always brings back memories of my childhood. It is always nice to go tree hunting when it’s near Christmas.
There are just so many trees to choose from. There’s the Balsam, Fir, Canaan, Douglas and Fraser. We usually pick up our tree from this tree shack in town. It’s just across the street from Walmart and we’ve visited the same shack for years now.
My personal favorite is the Fir Christmas tree. So I decided to share some tips on how to pick out the best tree for Christmas.
The first thing to do is to measure the height of your ceiling. Once that’s out of the way, you’ll be able to consider what shape of tree you want. Here is a link that shows you a few types of popular Christmas trees around.
The next step to getting the perfect tree for Christmas is to check its freshness. It is quite easy to do this. All you have to do to try snapping one of its branches. If it doesn’t snap, you probably have a nice tree that wasn’t cut long ago.
It’s as simple as that. These two steps will ensure you have a nice tree to decorate and place presents under come Christmas morning.
If you’re having trouble picking out presents, you can find the best 2016 christmas gift ideas here. It’s a nice site that allows you to pick out gifts based on the personality and characteristics of the receptions. So get yourself the best tree and throw the best dinner party ever. Christmas is all about the spirit of giving so give and receive.
All the best tree hunting! And MERRY CHRISTMAS.