“Limited space for holiday decorations? Get festive with a tabletop tree.
I like Christmas trees, I like real, cut Christmas trees. I like their piney smell and their blue waxiness and the way they feel in your hand. I like the way you have to look after them for three or four weeks, and I like the way they make the holiday season seem a little special in a world that is fractious and in the thrall of money…
Tabletop trees — both real and artificial — are as popular as ever. They are smaller, more manageable and cheaper than freestanding ones. These attributes make them the go-to tree for singles in apartments, young couples watching their pennies, empty-nesters, Washingtonians fleeing the city for the holiday and, in general, people who want to tap into the joy of the Christmas tree without going overboard.” READ ARTICLE
Source: Gardening columnist
Photo Credits: From Planting a Living Christmas Tree http://web.extension.illinois.edu/dkk/eb266/entry_7578/