What does your Christmas tree look like

The perfect Christmas tree - this is how it can be recognized

All discussions before Christmas revolve around him: the perfect Christmas tree. But what should it look like and what is even more important: how do you find it? And what is actually perfect?

Perfection is always in the eye of the beholder. So the perfect Christmas tree looks different for everyone. But one thing can be said: quality. And that is very important for the Christmas tree.

Which is the perfect Christmas tree?

Which is the perfect Christmas tree?

Every Christmas tree has its own advantages. Spruces have an intense smell, but lose their needles more quickly. The absolute favorite among the Christmas trees: the Nordmann fir. It doesn't smell that intense, but with its green needles that stick to the tree for a long time and its picturesque growth it is almost the perfect Christmas tree. And although it doesn't smell as intense as other trees, it does give off a pleasant smell of forest and Christmas. And their absolute advantage: their needles do not stick. Decorating does not become acupuncture.

When will the perfect Christmas tree be bought?

When will the perfect Christmas tree be bought?

The first Christmas trees will be sold from mid-November. If you think to yourself: that's still way too early, it won't last until Christmas, is only half correct. If you buy a Nordmann fir in mid-November and leave it in a bucket of water until just before Christmas, you will still have needles on the tree on Christmas Eve. In general, however, the fresher the perfect Christmas tree was cut, the longer it will last. By the way, demand is greatest in mid-December. If you want the perfect Christmas tree, you should definitely choose it beforehand.

What does the perfect Christmas tree look like?

What does the perfect Christmas tree look like?

The perfect Christmas tree has luscious green needles that won't fall off the branch at the slightest touch. Whether or not needles are falling is not always a sign of freshness. Even in the wild, conifers continuously lose their needles and replace them with new needles. But if the tree loses half of its needles, then it is not the perfect Christmas tree. What shape, size and fullness it has is then entirely up to the beholder. Some want optical perfection, for others small flaws are precisely what makes the Christmas tree so perfect.