I had this post ready for last week but because of the move and subsequent chaos, I'm posting it today. Our Internet connection at the new apartment has been spotty, so I had to go with a post that was ready so I could get something different up instead of more moving woes, LOL. I hope to get caught up with comments later tonight.
So without further ado, here is the delayed post:
So of course, over the last few weeks whenever I was at grocery stores there were always a couple dozen beautiful Christmas trees lined up for sale. I stood there looking at them and snapped some pictures for this post.
Seeing them all lined up in rows like that made me wonder if we could actually plant, on purpose, some Christmas trees at the farm for our own future use? Maybe a couple every season so that they are staggered in their development?
We actually like this kind of tree, not sure what variety it is, but of course, we'd also have to find one that does well in our climate. There are a couple of Christmas Tree farms around us, the "cut your own" kind of places, and they obviously have trees that grow well. Perhaps we could go visiting and see what they are growing.
We just think it would be so cool to plant some saplings and then in a few years, when we are at the farm full time, we'll have our own trees to cut year after year.
Anyone ever grown their own Christmas tree?