Our Christmas Tree - Green Room Tree - 2019

This is the second Christmas Tree in our house this season.  I covered the first one - in our family room - here on the blog.  This one is in the green room.  Or 'quiet room'.  Or library.  Or front room.  Whatever you'd like to call it.  (We call it all of those things, btw.)

This is a small Fraser Fir and this is very much Nat's tree.  I put it in the stand and keep it watered.  But that's it.  She dressed it up with ornaments and her special spherical lights.  And then keeps this room as her room for the season.  It is a special place at night when the lights shine and warm up the room.  There's a little couch on the opposite wall that you can (if you're invited!) sit and take it all in.

Compare the tree to last year.  The carpet is new, but the tree is just about the same size.  Looks great. 

As I mentioned in the post about our Family Room tree, I've posted about our Christmas trees since 2010.
This post is on our 2019 (small) Green Room Tree.
Here's our 2019 Family Room Tree.
Here's our 2018 (small) Green Room Tree.
Here's our 2018 Family Room Tree.
Here's v1 of our 2017 tree - our first in Downers Grove.
Here's v2 of our 2017 tree - the one in our family room.
Here's our 2016 tree - our last one in Elmhurst.
Here's our tiny tree from 2015 at Equation Boy/Man and Vic's house.
Here's the tree in 2014 at our old house.
Here's the post of our 2013 Tree. We kept it in the same position once again.
Here's the post (on google+) of our 2012 Tree.
Here's the post of our 2011 Tree.
Here's the post of our 2010 Tree.

As for species of trees we've had, here's the list (starting with the oldest first):

2010 - Fraser Fir
2011 - Douglas Fir
2012 - Fraser Fir
2013 - Fraser Fir
2014 - Fraser Fir
2015 - Douglas Fir
2016 - Fraser Fir
2017 (Family Room) - Douglas Fir
2017 (Green Room ) - Fraser Fir
2018 (Family Room) - Fraser Fir
2018 (Green Room) - Fraser Fir
2019 (Family Room) - Fraser Fir
2019 (Green Room) - Fraser Fir

That's thirteen trees that I've posted about on the blog. Three of them were Douglas Firs. Ten have been Fraser Firs.  That's 77% - up from 75% from just a week ago = Fraser Firs - which I think is the most common tree out there, right?  


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