Poor old (young) Christmas tree

Poor old (young) Christmas tree

I was so looking forward to having my real, growing in a pot Christmas tree indoors this year. I love the smell and it is indoors and decorated, but I’m calling it my Christmas tree ugly at the moment. It has potential for next year, but at the moment the new growth hasn’t filled out near the top, so it is bushy down the bottom and leggy up higher.

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My tree does have some lovely, creative bends in it, but it just doesn’t cut it as a Christmas tree just yet. It needs to grow up and mature before taking on such a prestigious role. I’m so disappointed. I wanted something much neater, not perfectly neat, but it’s just a big old mess and it adds to the mess that my loungeroom sometimes  becomes.  See my ‘Tackle It Tuesday’ post for pics on that issue.

To Buy Or Not To Buy, That Is The Question?

So, I’m contemplating buying a more well established, cut tree but the money factor comes into it. It would probably be money well spent mind you, if it brightens my Spirits. What do you think?  Would you just cope with the tree as is knowing it will be better next year? I’ve redecorated 3 times so far and it’s about as good as I can get it. The branches are not too strong either, so I can’t go over the top with decorations but sometimes less is best  on that score.

My poor old, wonky tree.  At least it has some character, I guess. How is your tree looking this year, that’s if you have one and celebrate Christmas?

Footnote : After looking at the photo’s here, I went out and bought a cut Christmas tree. Just awaiting its delivery and looking forward to having something more aesthetically pleasing.

Slightly more acceptable with lights

Slightly more acceptable with lights

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