Christmas trees are Natural
Christmas trees absorb carbon dioxide and emit oxygen while growing. They are grown on farms throughout Ireland just like any other crop. The farmers who grow them plant new seedlings every spring to replace those harvested at Christmas. There are currently about 5 million trees growing on Christmas tree farms around Ireland and these trees would not exist if not planted by farmers.
Christmas tree plantations provide a perfect habitat for a wide variety of wildlife. Their dense foliage is ideal for nesting birds and animals, such as deer and hare, love the cover they provide. The tree environment provides a complete ecosystem of its own and plays an important role in enhancing Ireland’s biodiversity.
Real Irish grown trees are natural, renewable, recyclable and local so by loving a real tree you are helping your environment.