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    Hello I know im early to enquire about this, need to know how much money to save!

    This year I am determined to have a real christmas tree, I have been advised the best tree to buy is Norweigen blue (I think thats what he said)

    I want the nicest smelling and the one that sheds least of all.

    Anyone know the best type to buy please?
    Thanks
    Sarah

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    We always had a Nordman fir and in the florists shop we had these were always the most popular !!
    They will all shed what you need to do is keep them outside as long as possible and then keep the tree well watered
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      Originally posted by saraeden View Post
      We always had a Nordman fir and in the florists shop we had these were always the most popular !!
      They will all shed what you need to do is keep them outside as long as possible and then keep the tree well watered
      Snap - agree 100%, if you keep them well watered they don't shed excessively and we usually wait until a week before Christmas before putting the tree up. Not much good if you like to put your tree up in October you'll only have a naked stick left by Christmas Eve
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      • #4
        Nordman fir it is then Thanks both...
        Sarah

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