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How To Pick The Perfect Christmas Tree
9 steps
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Walk around and check out the variety of trees that are available.
1. Walk around and check out the variety of trees that are available.
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Balsam Fir- Dark green, fragrant, flexible branches (not great for heavy ornaments).
2. Balsam Fir- Dark green, fragrant, flexible branches (not great for heavy ornaments).
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Fraser Fir- Silvery green, long lasting, soft to the touch, firm branches (holds heavier ornaments).
3. Fraser Fir- Silvery green, long lasting, soft to the touch, firm branches (holds heavier ornaments).
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Pay attention to the color of the needles. Fresh trees look shiny and vibrant-not yellow or brown.
4. Pay attention to the color of the needles. Fresh trees look shiny and vibrant-not yellow or brown.
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Tap on the ground to help settle the branches. Give it a spin and see how it looks on all sides.
5. Tap on the ground to help settle the branches. Give it a spin and see how it looks on all sides.
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Check for freshness. Move on if a lot of needles fall or pull off the tree.
6. Check for freshness. Move on if a lot of needles fall or pull off the tree.
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Fresh tree branches feel soft, not brittle and should bend, not break.
7. Fresh tree branches feel soft, not brittle and should bend, not break.
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Look between the branches for any insects or unwanted critters.
8. Look between the branches for any insects or unwanted critters.
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Once you found a fresh tree, step back and take one final look before purchasing.
9. Once you found a fresh tree, step back and take one final look before purchasing.
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Thanks!