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A dry Christmas tree can go up in flames in a matter of seconds. WTOP Garden Editor Mike McGrath says there is an easy way to prevent this problem - bathing that evergreen with lots of water.
The first two weekends in December are traditionally the busiest at tree farms, but farms in Frederick County will be hopping to help families find trees up until Christmas Eve.
Getting a Christmas tree is an integral part of the season. But many worry about the waste at the end of each December when dried brown needles and withered branches of cut trees line neighborhood sidewalks.
Decorating your home this time of year can be a fun way to celebrate the holidays, but it can also turn deadly.