Christmas is just around the corner which means it is time for picking your Christmas tree once again. While there are options to get an artificial tree or buy from a tree farm, wouldn’t it be nice if you never had to go out and buy another Christmas tree ever again?
In this article, we’ll you a list of Christmas tree varieties which you can plant in your own yard. Not only will you save time and effort buying trees every year, you’ll also increase your curb appeal!
For those in drier areas, with little to almost no rainfall at all, Eldarica pine is the perfect tree for your yard. A tough and tall tree which can tower as high as 30-60 feet. This evergreen is also used as wind breakers and give off a mild fragrance, giving your yard its signature scent!
With just a little more than a month before Christmas, you might want a faster growing tree to catch up in time for the holidays. Leyland cypress is just the tree for you with its lush green foliage. If you have space on your front yard, where it will surely thrive in a full sun position. This tree can also serve as your natural privacy fence and windbreaker. In wintertime, it also provides cover for songbirds, making your yard a haven.
While the first two are towering, this third option is for those who’d like a tabletop Christmas tree. Not only will you have fresh herbs for your holiday dishes, you’d also have a fitting centerpiece. After the holidays, you can plant it back to your kitchen garden plot or by your window sill in the kitchen.
A Christmas tree is usually the focal point of any holiday décor and living trees make for an environmentally-friendly design decision which also makes your outdoor living a truly festive landscape to behold!