How to make your Christmas tree last longer this year

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The tree farm says it's mission is to bring service members a piece of home during the holidays. Bring strong rope or nylon ratchet straps when securing a tree to your roof rack. "I am delighted to see a steady trend towards people buying real Christmas trees".

The home improvement supplier sells artificial upside-down trees ranging from $79.99 to just under $300.

"We would recommend having a professional team come in and fit it for you, as for a real tree to be inverted you would need to build a frame - essentially how it works is that you take your real tree and invert it". "So it's not a huge money-maker for us, but I enjoy it".

The trendy trees have gained attention in recent years, especially across the pond at Claridge's in London, more holiday displays across the states have caught on.

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Guggisberg sells about 500 to 600 trees each winter.

News 5 was there when the Posey family was picking out a tree. As the kids have grown, they've become able to assist more, and together the family can plant about a hundred trees per hour. While a fresh green tree is not a fire hazard, dry brittle trees are.

During the Christmas season, the farm demands a lot of hard work, but the whole family is usually excited. Wrap the tree in netting before loading it in your vehicle. "This year we're starting at $64".

Bruns said they've put through 4,000 trees this year and could have "easily" done 20-40,000 trees.

But Guggisberg wouldn't trade celebrating Christmas with a real tree. His was a very different experience growing up.

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Needle length, color, fragrance, density, branch strength and size are all things you want to consider when choosing your tree. "But, I have to admit, it goes in pretty late sometimes".

"I look forward to retiring someday, and just do this".

The droughts don't seem to have impacted many sales lots offering pre-cut trees, some of which get their trees from MI or other locations unaffected by the dry weather that caused problems locally.

Jenny Wilson didn't always see herself as a tree farmer. (From L to R Minister of State Andrew Doyle TD with Christy Kavanagh, Kavanaghs Christmas Trees).

Wilson's parents first purchased the farm as a partnership with her grandparents in 1980. They are also selling trees at a lot on Airport Boulevard near Baker High School. However, the '90s saw multiple droughts, and they spent much of the decade combating Mother Nature. "(Farmers) want to fight that, they want to get in the battle and win customers back". When she's not busy working as a school teacher, she gets to work in nature with her parents.

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