The holiday season is upon us, and folks are already feeling the Christmas spirit. And for hundreds of years, people have celebrated “the most wonderful time of the year” with several treasured traditions. You may remember the excitement of going out with your parents to find the perfect tree. Traditionally, Christmas trees are usually evergreen fir trees that give off that pleasant fresh pine scent, not to mention a fair amount of sticky sap. Part of the fun when it came to Christmas tree shopping was figuring out how to get your giant tree back home. Then you had to get it through the door and into the living room. Afterward, you probably had to sweep up a few pine needles while being careful not to get poked (those things can really sting.)
Every year, millions of families would gather around their trees for the long-held tradition of decorating the tree. Folks would hang your typical colored globes as well as special sentimental ornaments all over their tree. Tree decoration has evolved into a fine art, with more and more elaborate decorations coming out every year. And if you’re looking for something different from the iconic green Christmas tree this year, but don’t want a plastic tree, there’s actually a farm that sells all-natural Christmas trees in a wide variety of vibrant colors!
You can find these eye-popping Christmas trees at Wyckoff’s Christmas Tree Farm in Belvidere, New Jersey.
They offer amazing colors like dark and light blue, pink, purple, turquoise, and magenta. They even have white, black, and orange for those who just can’t get enough of Halloween.
While they haven’t yet found a way to make these trees grow rainbow-colored organically, they do use a very effective colorant to achieve these incredibly vibrant colors. Kirk’s Specialty Colorant is a latex paint that’s formulated specifically for Christmas Trees.
These magnificent trees will definitely impress your guests this year, especially the guest of honor, Santa Claus!
If you celebrate Christmas in a non-traditional or unconventional way, but still very much love the spirit, these Christmas trees are just up your alley!
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Source: Crafty Diply