It is that great time of year again when we start to think about putting up the Christmas tree. Some people like to use artificial trees, but others love to have the smell and look of a real Christmas tree. Finding a good place to buy a real tree can be difficult, but there is an online service available to help you find a Christmas tree farm near you.
Christmas tree farms are believed to have started in the United States back in 1901. W.V. McGalliard planted 25,000 Norway spruce trees in Mercer County, near Trenton, New Jersey. Seven years later these were sold for $1 each.
The Christmas tree farm finder for Holiday Manual.com currently has fifty four different farms listed across the country. You just enter the State and City and it will come up with the farm that is nearest to you. If the city you require is not listed, then there is no Christmas tree farm currently in that area.
Do you buy your real Christmas tree direct from a farm?
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