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You can cut your own Christmas tree this year!
I'm a Huge Fan of Christmas Horticulture. What I mean is I love fresh poinsettias and Christmas Cactus to adorn the house. I particularly love Amaryllis Bulbs and Bonsai Plants as gifts, as well as cracking fresh Pecans for the cooking season ahead. But at the top of the list would have to be going to a Choose-And-Cut Christmas Tree Farm. Nothing says "IT'S TIME FOR THE HOLIDAYS" quite like the smell of a "real" Christmas Tree.
If you've never cut down your own Christmas Tree, then I have a special treat for you this holiday season… a link that will show you how to locate the closest Christmas Tree Farm. And if you need more incentive to check out the website to find a tree farm this year, here's the Texas Christmas Tree Growers FRESH list of reasons you and your family should be cutting your own tree this year.
FAMILY FUN - Visit a Texas farm. Each is unique and many have farm animals, hayrides, picnic areas, nature trails, wreaths, craft stores and more.
REAL TREES have a special charm and provide memories for your family.
ENVIRONMENTALLY FRIENDLY! 1 acre of growing Christmas Trees can supply oxygen for 18 people and provide shelter for birds and animals
SAFE! A fresh cut tree kept in water is not a fire hazard!
HELPS TEXAS! Over 100,000 Texas grown Christmas trees were sold last year. A Texas product for all Texans.
When you cut a tree, you know how FRESH it is. Keep it FRESH by recutting the base at home and by keeping it in water. A FRESH Texas tree may drink 1 gallon of water the first day it is cut.
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