Christmas tree growers and retailers are optimistic about sales of real trees this year after a big turnaround last season. Sabrina Hill has more.
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Back in 2010, Americans bought 27 million farm raised trees. In 2011, that went up to 30.8 million, taking sales up to over a billion dollars. Experts say it appears more families under the age of 35 are wanting to buy real trees, and there’s a larger variety of farmed Christmas trees to meet the needs of consumers. A larger variety of sizes and shapes give people new options in buying real trees.