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Do you decorate with a live Christmas tree, an artificial one or no tree at all?


 

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    Maggie Bennett 4 years ago

    I have a beautiful slimmer six foot fiber optic tree. You are right about the stringing lights and then taking them down being a pain. The added benefit is the rich color you get with fiber optics. I hope they start offering more of them.

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    Thelma Raker Coffone (ThelmaC) 4 years ago

    Trish89 some of the artificial ones look just like the real ones. You can always spray a nice evergreen smelling room fragrance for that special Christmas tree smell!

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    Thelma Raker Coffone (ThelmaC) 4 years ago

    I understand your concerns. I have heard of people placing them in lakes and rivers to create reefs for the fish. I wish that would be done more often.