qisg wrote:In winter there doesn't appear to a great deal of difference between the trees that sell for $100, $220, $385, $595.
Nor is there much difference between the look or size of the evergreen trees that sell for $135, $270, $450, $675.
Is there an any type of advantage in buying the more expensive trees other than getting a slightly different look?
Do the more expensive trees change your tree hugging score more?
Is there more of a difference between the look of the trees when winter is over?
No. No. Yes.
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