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The festive season is not complete without a beautiful Christmas tree. Whether you prefer something traditional or opt for one that’s a little more unique, we’re here to help.
Keep on scrolling to see exactly where you can get your hands on fibre optic Christmas trees, white Christmas trees, small Christmas trees and even real trees from a Christmas tree farm.
When you’re done purchasing your tree, check out our Christmas gift guides to find options for just about everyone you need to buy for.
Traditionally, Christmas trees would go up on Christmas Eve and it was considered bad luck to put it up any earlier than that. This practise is no longer common, as people prefer to get into the festive spirit a lot earlier.
If you’re really excited, we imagine you prefer to put up your Christmas tree as soon as Halloween is over and 1 November hits. However, we find that 1 December onwards is the common time to put up your Christmas tree.
There is no right or wrong answer – so whatever works for you. Keep in mind that artificial trees require no maintenance whereas a real Christmas tree needs to be maintained so it looks fresh for Christmas Day.
Again, there are no set rules or regulations.
Generally, people tend to take down their Christmas tree sometime in early January, particularly once the New Year festivities are over. This is common in New Zealand, as many people like to go away for holidays after Christmas Day and don’t have time to take down their tree before they go.
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