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December 03, 2007


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We're not having a tree at all, but a live one does sound really cool.

We did this a couple of years when I was a kid. My parents wanted some extra trees in the yard, and this was a great way to do it. As far as I know, one of the trees is still alive (we moved 10 years ago), and is pretty big. I always liked planting the tree as a family, too.

I have two old live Christmas trees in the back yard of my house. I live in the northeastern US. Please be careful where you plant the trees after. My two cut off the septic tank from the leaching field with their roots. It was a $20,000.00 fix! The trees are gorgeous and we decorate them outside every year!

We did this several times at my parents' house in Upstate New York. Sometimes we had to put the tree in a large container when it was moved outside because the ground was already frozen. It was planted as soon as a shovel could penetrate the ground.

Great idea! I don't want a dying and drying tree in my house.
Watch what happens when a spark hits a Christmas tree:

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