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Vickerman Company is manufacturer of high quality seasonal decorations including traditional and realistic artificial Christmas trees, wreaths and garlands. In addition the company offers other realistic looking holiday foliage, Giant Christmas trees and a full line of unique display trees.Christmas Lights One of their best products is there Christmas Lights. Vickerman lights are high quality and commercial grade. In many cases you can connect over 30 sets of their LED Christmas Lights end to end. There is no cheating on a set of Vickerman Lights. You will notice that this Christmas Lighting is meant to last. Christmas Lights

Since 1940, the Vickerman family has been manufacturing seasonal and Christmas decorations. Three generations later they have stayed the course.

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Artificial Christmas Trees are very wise investments, and we have you covered with one of the largest selections of Artificial Christmas Trees. Whether you are looking for a table top tree or a large commercial size tree or even something in between, we carry them all. The trees you will find here have higher tip and light count than the big box stores. Our high quality trees are sure to make this the best Christmas ever.Christmas LightsHere you can find a tree that is pre lit, unlit, lit with LED lights, flocked, frosted, with pine cones, upside down and everything in between. Whether you are looking for a tree with clear lights or multi lights, or even a pink colored tree, we have them all.

Description - The Crystal White tree with its pure white branches provides a great backdrop for your cherished ornaments and decorations. Usage - Indoor Only

Half trees are an innovative way of letting you enjoy the charm of a full tree while leaving you room for the gifts and for the children and for your usual furniture. That's because you can fit this tree on a wall or in a corner, so it only needs half of the space required by a full tree. By choosing the prelit model, you'll also save a lot of time with the installation. Clear lights are perhaps the nicest, because they'd make a neutral additoon and match any colors of ornaments you may decide to have. This is how you can actually "make" it a new tree each year - vary the colors.

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If you're looking for the heaviest flocked artificial Christmas tree, then look no further, as you've just found it. This tree has heavy white flock spread all over the 2" green pine needles, so you'll have the feeling that you're in the forest and it just stopped snowing.

The Flocked Alaskan Christmas Tree adds grand elegance to your holiday decor. It has a green foliage covered with heavy flocking. The hinged branch construction and the large tips will allow you to give it a realistic shape, with a bit of work and imagination.Christmas Lights The tree comes with the metal stand included and with spare replacement bulbs and fuses. However, the lighting is done in such a way that when a bulb burns out, the others stay lit, so it won't probably bother you if it's not one of the most visible bulbs.

Legend associates the first Christmas tree with St. Boniface and the German town of Geismar. Sometime in Boniface's lifetime (c. 672-754) he is said to have cut down the sacred tree of Thor in Geismar, replacing it with a fir tree which has been said to have been the first Christmas tree. The word Tannenbaum, a German word for "fir tree", can be understood to be a "Christmas tree" although the literal meaning of "Christmas tree" is encapsulated in the word "Weihnachtsbaum."Christmas Lights

The custom of erecting a Christmas tree can be historically traced to 15th century Livonia (present-day Estonia and Latvia) and 16th century Northern Germany. According to the first documented uses of a Christmas tree in Estonia, in 1441, 1442, and 1514 the Brotherhood of Blackheads erected a tree for the holidays in their brotherhood house in Reval (now Tallinn). At the last night of the celebrations leading up to the holidays, the tree was taken to the Town Hall Square where the members of the brotherhood danced around it.Christmas LightsIn 1584, the pastor and chronicler Balthasar Russow wrote of an established tradition of setting up a decorated spruce at the market square where the young men “went with a flock of maidens and women, first sang and danced there and then set the tree aflame”. In that period, the guilds started erecting Christmas trees in front of their guildhalls: Ingeborg Weber-Kellermann (Marburg professor of European ethnology) found a Bremen guild chronicle of 1570 which reports how a small tree was decorated with "apples, nuts, dates, pretzels and paper flowers" and erected in the guild-house, for the benefit of the guild members' children, who collected the dainties on Christmas Day.

The first artificial Christmas trees were developed in Germany during the 19th century, though earlier examples exist. These "trees" were made using goose feathers that were dyed green. The German feather trees were one response by Germans to continued deforestation in Germany. Feather Christmas trees ranged widely in size, from a small 2-inch (51 mm) tree to a large 98-inch (2,500 mm) tree sold in department stores during the 1920s. Often, the tree branches were tipped with artificial red berries which acted as candle holders.

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Over the years, other styles of artificial Christmas trees have evolved and become popular. In 1930, the U.S.-based Addis Brush Company created the first artificial Christmas tree made from brush bristles. Another type of tree, the aluminum Christmas tree, is made from aluminum. The trees were manufactured in the United States, first in Chicago in 1958, and later in Manitowoc, Wisconsin, where the majority of the trees were produced.Christmas Lights

Evolution of Artificial Christmas Trees to adapt to changing modern styles and trends. Most modern artificial Christmas trees are made from 100% recycled plastics of used packaging materials, such as polyvinyl chloride (PVC) or other plastics. Approximately 10% of artificial ChristmasChristmas Lightstrees are using virgin suspension PVC resin and despite being plastic most artificial trees are not recyclable or biodegradable.

Other gimmicks have developed as well. Fiber optic Christmas trees come in two major varieties, one resembles a traditional Christmas tree. One Dallas-based company offers "holographic mylar" trees in many hues. Tree-shaped objects made from such materials as cardboard, glass, ceramic or other materials can be found in use as tabletop decorations. Upside-down artificial Christmas trees became popular for a short time and were originally introduced as a marketing gimmick; they allowed consumers to get closer to ornaments for sale in retail stores and opened up floor space for more products.

Artificial trees became increasingly popular during the late 20th century. Users of artificial Christmas trees assert that they are more convenient, and, because they are reusable, much cheaper than their natural alternative. Between 2001 and 2007 artificial Christmas tree sales in the U.S. jumped from 7.3 million to 17.4 million.

Finding a good quality, artificial Christmas Tree that you'll be proud of for years to come, can be a challenge. Taking the time to drive from store to store, viewing the selection of Christmas trees, and then trying to remember what each store had can be very frustrating. Plus, paying the high markups that occur with traditional stores can be expensive as well.
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However, there is an alternative. Shopping online for Christmas trees allows you to easily browse a store's wide selection, quickly compare prices, immediately place your order. Instead of hauling the Christmas tree to your home from the store, you'll find it delivered straight to your door.

If you're looking for a specific type of Christmas tree - for example, a tall and thin Christmas tree, or a short Christmas tree with multi-colored lights - your chances of finding it online, hassle free, are much greater than trying to shop at stores across town. Retail stores usually stock the Christmas trees that will sell the most - not trees that cater to specific needs.
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Before you start your Christmas tree shopping effort, you may want to consider the following important factors in your approach:

• Selection. How wide and vast is the Christmas Tree Selection? A large selection will increase your chances of finding the perfect tree to suit your preferences and budget.

• Return Policy. In the event the tree arrives and is different than you anticipated will you be able to return hassle free?

• Cost. How do the prices between competitors compare? Are you going to get a great price or pay a premium?

TopConsumerReviews.com has reviewed and ranked the best online Christmas Tree retailers available today. We hope you find these reviews helpful in finding that perfect Christmas Tree that will last you for many years to come. Cheap Pre Lit Christmas Trees Christmas Lights
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