If I celebrated Christmas at home then the centrepiece would be a good size real Christmas tree, nicely decorated like this with presents underneath and cats like Nikki’s Sam and Emma somewhere close by.
The Norwegian Christmas tree in Trafalgar Square, London has been a yearly gift from the City of Oslo since 1947.
The first thing that I see when I walk along the allotment site road is this one on the corner of John’s plot. It’s about six feet high and is one of at least two Christmas trees that he’s planted out that have survived. A word of caution if you decide to do the same as over time they can grow to well over fifty feet high.
This Christmas tree guide is helpful as it tells you all you need to know about finding the perfect tree for your home, and what to do with it afterwards.
Have a good week!
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