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Christmas Tree, Inc. - Inside Oregon's high-stakes Christmas tree industry

Christmas Tree Inc


A tree's nooks and crannies that perfectly showcase your ornament collection didn’t happen by accident. They were designed. Like every agricultural product, Christmas trees are now selectively bred and groomed for what the consumer wants: the perfect color; needle retention to minimize vacuuming; dense, bushy branches that can hold the heaviest ornament; and perhaps most importantly, the scent that wafts gently through a home and announces the presence of Christmas.

Hal's insight became Holiday Tree Farms, which started as 300 acres and now reaches 8,500 acres, is one of the two largest Christmas tree operations in the world, trading off with McKenzie Farms, also in Oregon. Holiday Tree Farms is still held by Hal's family, and this year will ship over one million Christmas trees.

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Christmas trees have nooks and crannies BY DESIGN?!

Mind blown.

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