Christmas tree

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Synonyms for Christmas tree

Australian tree or shrub with red flowers

a terrestrial evergreen shrub or small tree of western Australia having brilliant yellow-orange flowers

tall timber tree of central and southern Europe having a regular crown and grey bark

medium to tall fir of western North America having a conic crown and branches in tiers

an ornamented evergreen used as a Christmas decoration

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The collected Christmas trees will then be chipped and recycled by Askham Bryan College's Middlesbrough campus and used within the paddocks, the walled gardens and kitchen gardens to create new paths in Stewart Park.
A dry Christmas tree can catch fire and burn faster than a newspaper.
Cross Hillocks Farm, Netherley Road, Tarbock Green, Liverpool L35 1QN | Wavertree Christmas Trees This firm has more than 40 years' experience in the Christmas tree trade.
A used Christmas tree makes for a fine batch of mulch, which would come in handy as winter leaves and spring arrives.
County Durham || Hamsterley Forest Christmas Tree Sales Centre, Hamsterley Forest Trees on sale from December 1 between 10am to 4pm until trees are sold out, which is estimated to be around December 11, so get there early.
But then we thought that perhaps other families might enjoy coming along to choose their own locally grown Christmas tree too.
Most councils offer a Christmas tree recycling service.
Many Delawareans have been recycling their Christmas trees for many years, and we encourage everyone to establish or continue this eco-friendly tradition, said Bill Miller, program manager in DNRECs Solid and Hazardous Waste Management Section.
Simply choose a delivery date that suits your festive calendar and your real Christmas tree will be transported to Florida and delivered to your front door, packaged in a specially designed wax box that ensures it retains moisture, whatever the weather.
THESE days you can buy artificial Christmas trees in any colour of your choosing.
SOME unemployed people are selling Christmas trees in a bid to raise much-needed cash.
We're right on target with last year, if not a tick above," said Lynn Schutte, owner with her husband, Bob, of Northern Lights Christmas Tree Farm in Pleasant Hill.
And this is the 500th birthday of the Christmas tree, with the first one put up in 1510 in Latvia.
This evergreen is more commonly known as the Christmas tree.