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TIP OF THE DAY: Decorate A Miniature Christmas Tree

A dwarf “Foodie” Christmas tree. Photo
courtesy White Flower Farm.


You can find charming miniature (officially called dwarf) evergreen trees in stores and tree lots, typically undecorated.

Create your own “food-lovers Christmas tree” for your home, or as a gift for friends and family who don’t have room for full-sized trees.

Or, place the miniature evergreens around the house as part of your holiday decor: on tables, bureaus and bathroom vanities.

Decorate your tree with:

  • Cinnamon sticks
  • Miniature apples, citrus and/or other seasonal fruits (pomegranates, red berry clusters) from the craft store
  • Garlands of cranberries, popcorn (strung on a thread) or ribbon

    No time to decorate? You can order the tree in the photo from

    Except for the garlands of fresh food, you can store the tree and refresh it next year.

    Keep dwarf trees in indirect light, away from dry heat, and water as you would any plant.


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