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Keeping Your Christmas Tree Fresh Longer

Most people cut a bit off the bottom when they 1st get the tree, but if your tree dries out the closer it gets to Christmas this is easy to do while the tree is in the stand still. Take a drill and drill tiny holes toward the bottom of the tree and refill with water. We have done this the past 2 years and our tree is fresh longer.

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By Debbie G. from Tacoma, WA

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Anonymous
November 24, 20120 found this helpful

This is great to know, we will be getting a tree next weekend and sometimes it starts to wither shortly after Christmas but we like to keep it up until January the 2nd. Thanks for the tip.

maidinohio

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