April 21, 2006, Newsletter Issue #12: Douglas Firs for Christmas

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Choosing a great Christmas tree be tough. Donít just grab the first tree you see on the lot, find the best tree for you.

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Douglas Fir trees have been a popular choice since the beginning of the century and are a great pick. These beautiful trees are covered soft needles that are a shiny green hue. They have wonderful symmetry, making them. These trees are perfect for those who donít want an overwhelming piney smell. They exude a sweet, subtle aroma.

If youíre big into ornaments and decorations and are set on a Douglas Fir, make sure that you choose one that has not been trimmed into a conical shape. Choosing one of these trees will make for decorating difficulties as they leave little space between branches. If the pickinsí are slim, invest in ornaments that wonít break easily as they are likely to fall off frequently.

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