Real vs. Fake
With Christmas just around the corner, families have begun putting up the lights, decorations, and trees. But which is better-a real Christmas tree or a fake?
Appearance is a major concern when buying Christmas trees. Real Christmas trees may be irregular in shape, but are always fresh and healthy-the way nature intended. Fake trees are perfect in size and shape, cut identically in a factory. Real trees do pose a fire danger, however, so a fake tree may be a safe alternative for your family.
The deciding factor in choosing between a real or fake Christmas tree is the price. Fake trees range from 200$-600$ and last a few years before they need to be replaced. Real trees can range from 25$-100$. Artificial trees can be bought online and real trees can be bought at local grocery stores.