For lots of people around the world, selecting a Christmas tree is the most fun part of decorating for Christmas. When you go out to buy a tree, you can select from real to artificial, short to tall and whichever colours you would like them to be and the thickness. Even though selecting a tree might sound simple, to some, it’s the most complicated part.
Fortunately, there are loads of open options for you to choose from. There are fresh and environmentally friendly trees you can make look great throughout the whole month. So, here’s how you get to choosing one:
Buy From A Farm
Would you like your tree to stay super fresh? No worries, head to a farm, pick out your tree and have it cut down. The earlier you go, the more options you’ll have to choose from. You know you’re getting a fresh tree for sure and that it will last throughout the month. If you get there late in the month, you might end up with scrawny looking ones.
So, you aren’t up for the challenge of going to collect your Christmas tree, because you went to bed late, but have to get it today. Order your Christmas tree! It will come at a premium price, but it is one of the easiest ways to grasp the quality of the product. Hand pick your tree to your preferability, and your tree will only get cut before your specified delivery time.
Buying an artificial tree is not always a bad thing for the environment. Plus, you get to keep it for however long you wish! After all, it’s lifetime emissions are lesser than buying a tree every year. If an artificial tree fits your lifestyle, go for it. You should also consider that the tree is made from recycled materials, and at one point you’ll have to get rid of it.
If none of the above options are for you, go wild. If you live near a forest, there’s a good chance you’ll have the opportunity to chop down your own tree. Of course, you have to be legally allowed to do it. Anyway, it’s a great option for the environment as some designated places need to be cleared.
Rent A Tree
If maintaining a Christmas tree is too much for you, rent one! It might be a costly service, but you get points for being environmentally friendly. On renting a tree, you’ll receive your potted tree for a few weeks and the company you get it from will take care of the delivery and pick-up.
That’s it guys, Happy Tree Hunting!