Is 1 December the best time to put your Christmas tree and decorations up? Not everyone here could agree on the right time to make the effort – especially those with pets!
Does the sight of Christmas decorations in November send shivers down your spine or fill you with Christmas cheer? Whatever side of the festive fence you’re on, a survey suggests we’ll see decorations up early this year.
Now that Twelfth Night is almost upon us, those of you who bought a real Christmas tree will probably be wondering what to do with it. (more on recycling your Christmas tree…)
More and more people are choosing fake trees these days, but if you prefer the real thing, the choice can be overwhelming, so what should you pick? (more on choosing a Christmas tree…)
Twelfth Night is fast approaching, which means it’s time to put the Christmas decorations away. But with so many options available, what is the best way to dispose of your real Christmas tree?
When it comes to your Christmas tree, people seem to be in one of two camps: classic and understated charm, or all-out colourful bling. But is there a right or wrong way to do it?
According to a recent Which? survey, two thirds of us now have an artificial Christmas tree, and only around a fifth of us have a real one. Are real trees on the way out or are they vital to your festive cheer?
As someone who’s interested in all things gardening, lots of people have confided their concerns about the cost of their Christmas tree. Were you surprised by how expensive real Christmas trees were this year?
Now that Twelfth Night has passed, forlorn, threadbare trees are appearing on street corners and in gutters, abandoned now that they’re surplus to requirements. So why aren’t more trees being recycled?
If you’re out shopping for a Christmas tree, watch out for a shortage of the popular Nordmann fir. But maybe you’ve got a penchant for a fake tree? What type of Christmas tree will you pick up this year?