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Wondering when should Christmas decorations go up?

The Christmas tree is traditionally placed at the start of Advent, four Sundays prior to Christmas. If Advent falls in November, it is okay to put up your decorations prior to December – as long you adhere to the primary custom.

Other customs dictate that you should begin decorating your home 12 days prior to Christmas.

However, in Roman Catholic custom, the tree is not put up until Christmas Eve afternoon.

Additionally, it may be determined by the sort of tree you have.

While some individuals prefer fake trees, others like purchasing a live tree each year.

Samantha Jones of MyJobQuote, a gardening expert, believes that waiting until December to put up the real Christmas tree would keep it fresher for longer.

After the night of Bonfire night, you may get into Christmas mood and want to get a Christmas tree right away.

However, the sooner you get a real Christmas tree, the more work it will take to keep the tree fresh until December 25th.

“Generally, you should purchase your Christmas tree 7 days after December starts to ensure that it does not dry out during the holiday season. “

You may get low drop trees such as Nordman firs if you plan on getting a real tree 4 weeks ahead of Christmas, but European spruce trees should be purchased in mid-December since they tend to dry out quicker.”

When should Christmas decorations be taken down?

The majority of people take down their Christmas decorations on Twelfth Night, the twelfth day after Christmas.

It marks the conclusion of the holiday season, and many think that continuing to decorate beyond this date brings ill luck.

This year, Twelfth Night falls on Thursday, 6 January 2021.

Catholics, on the other hand, generally wait until January 7 for removing their trees, since it is the day after Epiphany.

The Epiphany is a feast day commemorating God’s incarnation as Jesus.

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