Christmas trees: how the costs of real, fake and potted stack up

  The Guardian 

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As garden centres report brisk trade during the lockdown, we looks at the options for the festive season It will be a Christmas quite unlike any other this year. Yet putting up and decorating the Christmas tree remains one of our most treasured festive rituals and in the quest for “normality” we are buying them earlier than ever. During the second lockdown, garden centres have been allowed to open and have enjoyed brisk business, while sales have soared for specialist “farmgate” sellers in England since the governmentlast weekend relaxed restrictions and deemed them to be “essential” retailers. Continue reading... ▶ Full story on theguardian.com
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