A U.S. Coast Guard ship loaded with more than 1,200 Michigan Christmas trees has arrived in downtown Chicago.
Christmas is just 26-days away, and that’s sending many metro Detroiters out to buy live trees this weekend.
This year’s tree hails from Sherman, Michigan.
With Sunday’s warmer weather, a lot of people packed area Christmas tree lots for a freshly-cut fir.
If you’re putting up a real Christmas tree this year, the Michigan Christmas Tree Association has a few reminders about keeping your tree from drying out too quickly.
An upscale Detroit suburb’s decision to put up a $30,000 artificial Christmas tree outdoors instead of decorating a live tree has attracting some criticism and prompted debate about the holiday tree-trimming tradition.
A mid-Michigan farm reports the drought is responsible for killing many newly planted Christmas trees.
Meijer Inc. said Tuesday that it is expanding its online holiday offerings — from everything for entertaining to gift-giving to decorating — to include fresh-cut Fraser fir Christmas trees.
A Christmas tree farm northwest of Kalamazoo shipped out 700 trees on Monday as part of a national campaign.
Is it too soon to buy your Christmas tree? Perhaps. But its not too early to start thinking about it.