CHRISTMAS TREES FROM 3 FT TO 30 FT
Welcome to Christmas Tree Shops .... the world’s
Christmas trees and merchandise shopping portal. We are the one-stop
source for everything Christmas! We encourage you to celebrate the
spirit of the holiday season, and enjoy the thousands
of Christmas products
throughout our website.
The magic of the
winter season is contagious. During December and January, North
American neighborhoods are alive with lights, while familiar
carols and modern Christmas ballads are heard from radios and
voices young and old. Enter our superstore and see for yourself.
We have it all.
of Christmas products including Christmas trees, Christmas lights,
Christmas tree stands, Christmas wreaths, angels, door & wall
coverings, ornaments, decorations, bows & bells, ribbons, nativity
products, stockings, hats, and suits, Collectibles,
animated products and more.
The Christmas tree is
one of the most dominant symbols of the Christmas season all over
the world. The decorated and fully lighted Christmas tree has an
aura in itself. It fills the air with warmth, love and happiness
that are symbolic of the holiday season.
Though Martin Luther,
the German monk and church reformer, first started the modern
concept of indoor tree decorations, the tree has been associated
with celebrations since yore. In the Middle Ages, the Germans and
Scandinavians placed evergreen trees inside their homes or just
outside their doors to show their hope for the forthcoming spring.
The modern Christmas tree evolved from these evergreen trees that
were regarded as a symbol of life. The tradition then spread to
other parts of Europe and the entire world.
According to a legend,
the Christmas tree is associated with the birth of Jesus Christ.
It is believed that on the night of the birth of Christ, all kinds
of living creatures came to Bethlehem with gifts. The olive tree
came along with its fruit and the palm with its date but the fir
had nothing to gift the newborn king. So an angel, taking pity on
the fir, commanded a cluster of stars to shine on its beautiful
boughs. Baby Jesus smiled on seeing the lighted tree, and blessed
it. Consequently, the fir tree is always lighted with many
decorations on it, to please little children during Christmas.
Another belief is that
the triangular shape of the tree symbolizes the Trinity and points
upwards towards the God. While the light, gift and decorations on
the Christmas tree mean heaven; love and charity respectively.
Even the decorations
on the Christmas trees draw their root in traditional values. The
crystal balls symbolizes the fruit of redemption, the electric
light or the candles are ancient symbols that stand for the
triumph of spring over the darkness of winter. The light also
symbolizes the light that Jesus Christ cast upon the lives of the
people. The Holy, when it flies down to earth, is believed to take
the shape of a dove. The dove symbolizes the Holy Spirit, while
the bell symbolizes the joys of life.