Picking out a Christmas Tree

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Picking out a Christmas Tree

1Measure the height of your ceiling. If the tree is too tall, you won't be able to fit a star or an angel on it, or you may have to trim the top. Don't forget to account for the height of your stand and the area in which you plan to put your tree.

2Vælg et tree with an appealing shape that fits where you need it. Some people prefer short fat trees, others long, skinny trees, still others prefer the "perfect" cone shaped tree. Most people prefer fat trees or "perfectly" shaped trees. Retailers know this, so they will charge more for these trees. So make sure you know your price and desires before you buy it.

3Check for freshness by one of the following methods:

Hvornår trees are cut and shipped, they undergo a lot of stress. Losing needles is normal. Most retailers will shake trees to remove these loose needles, but some do not. Yes, loss of needles can be a sign of an old tree, but this is not a sure-fire method.

For Frasier and Douglas firs, a better way to test freshness is to remove a firmly connected needle and bend in it half. The needle from a fresh træ should snap. A needle that does not snap indicates that the tree has been cut i nogen tid.

An even better way to test freshness is by weight. After the tree is cut, it no longer produces sap. It will continue to use this sap until little remains. It takes an experienced tree-chooser to be able to tell this. Mest træ lot assistants do not work on commission. If you offer the assistant a tip, he or she will help you pick a long lasting træ (he or she might also tell you which trees were received most recently). Another way to tell if the træ still is giving sap is that parts should be sticky with it. As long as you do not mind, give your træ a hug. If you come out sticky and covered in sap then it's probably still fresh.

On firs and some types of pine, the branches of a fresh træ should be flexible. This is not the case for all trees. Imidlertid træs that fail this test are likely to be very old and would not be found on a reputable tree lot. Be careful this method is risky and may harm your træ.

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Picking out a Christmas Tree

Picking out a Christmas Tree

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1Measure the height of your ceiling. If the tree is too tall, you won't be able to fit a star or an angel on it, or you may have to trim the top. Don't forget to account for the height of your stand and the area in which you plan to put your tree.

2Vælg et tree with an appealing shape that fits where you need it. Some people prefer short fat trees, others long, skinny trees, still others prefer the "perfect" cone shaped tree. Most people prefer fat trees or "perfectly" shaped trees. Retailers know this, so they will charge more for these trees. So make sure you know your price and desires before you buy it.

3Check for freshness by one of the following methods:

Hvornår trees are cut and shipped, they undergo a lot of stress. Losing needles is normal. Most retailers will shake trees to remove these loose needles, but some do not. Yes, loss of needles can be a sign of an old tree, but this is not a sure-fire method.

For Frasier and Douglas firs, a better way to test freshness is to remove a firmly connected needle and bend in it half. The needle from a fresh træ should snap. A needle that does not snap indicates that the tree has been cut i nogen tid.

An even better way to test freshness is by weight. After the tree is cut, it no longer produces sap. It will continue to use this sap until little remains. It takes an experienced tree-chooser to be able to tell this. Mest træ lot assistants do not work on commission. If you offer the assistant a tip, he or she will help you pick a long lasting træ (he or she might also tell you which trees were received most recently). Another way to tell if the træ still is giving sap is that parts should be sticky with it. As long as you do not mind, give your træ a hug. If you come out sticky and covered in sap then it's probably still fresh.

On firs and some types of pine, the branches of a fresh træ should be flexible. This is not the case for all trees. Imidlertid træs that fail this test are likely to be very old and would not be found on a reputable tree lot. Be careful this method is risky and may harm your træ.

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