Fake, real ones just lose needles too quickly in my house.
Fake. For practical reasons. Budget, worry free, durability etc...
Real if I can find an economical one. If not, it's fake all the way.
Definitely fake. There is something so sad about a real tree cut down from its natural environment to be put somewhere so unnatural - in someone's living room.
Real tree all the way.
I like the scent of the real trees and I think they are still more cost effective. At least around here, artificial trees cost $100+ and I could get a real tree for $20-25 so that's a minimum of 4-5 years before the artificial tree pays for itself.
As far as cutting down trees, aren't these grown in nurseries for the purpose of this?
I have a real one in the living room and a fake one in the family room.
A real Christmas tree is the BEST way to go. Bring the outside in:
http://hubpages.com/hub/The-Perfect-Tre … tmas-Essay
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