A Redwood Christmas tree, just like any real Christmas tree, is biodegradable. They can be easily reused or recycled for mulch and other purposes. Additionally, while they're growing, Redwoods and other real Christmas trees support life by absorbing carbon dioxide and other gases and emitting fresh oxygen.
Our Redwood Christmas trees, and all our Christmas trees here at Santa's Tree Farm and Village, stabilize soil, protect water supplies and provide refuge for wildlife while creating scenic green belts. A few years ago Santa decided to grow Redwoods as an alternate choice for Christmas tree shoppers at Santa's Tree Farm and Village who wanted a "different sort of look". A Redwood Christmas tree tends to develop into a beautifully symmetrical tree naturally without requiring the shapely trim that Santa gives his other trees each year.
Redwood Christmas trees are a much faster growing Christmas tree than the trees in the fir family, taking about four to five years to reach a height desirable for cutting. The needles on Redwood Christmas trees also create a beautiful addition to any handmade wreath and the boughs of a Redwood Christmas tree are often the number one choice for tree shoppers wanting to decorate with additional greenery throughout their home.
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