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Trees in Review: The Royal Douglas Fir, a Customer Fave

Christmas Tree Market creates a wide variety of trees. While the styles of these trees differ, certain factors stay consistent— beautiful shape, rich color, and high quality. The Royal Douglas Fir has all these qualities in spades! For our today’s Trees in Review, Christmas Tree Market is featuring the Royal Douglas Fir, our most regal […]

Hosting with Jen: How to Celebrate Christmas in July

It may be the middle of summer here in America, but that doesn’t mean you can’t enjoy a Christmas in July party. Have a stress-free and fun-filled early Christmas celebration with these quick and easy Christmas in July party ideas! Party Themes Christmas at the Beach Combine summer elements with classic Christmas details to create […]

How to Do a Christmas Tree Check-up in July

  #96502307 / gettyimages.com   If you’re planning to use your artificial Christmas tree for a Christmas in July party, now is the perfect time to take it out of storage and do a routine maintenance. This way, you’d be able fix any broken lights or branches and make sure that the tree is ready […]

Happy Fourth of July!

We wish you all a wonderful holiday. May you spend the day in the company of loved ones. And may the glow of the nearest fireworks display liven up your celebration. From the CTM family to yours— happy Independence Day! Photo by James Jordan via Flickr. CC BY-ND 2.0      

Trees in Review: Our Customers on Columbia Valley Fir

Customers choose their trees according to their tastes. While others like the full-shaped, traditional look, some prefer narrow trees that suit their space. For our Trees in Review today, we’re featuring the Columbia Valley Fir, one of Christmas Tree Market’s best-selling trees.     The Columbia Valley Fir