Caring for your N.C. Christmas tree

by | Dec 6, 2010

For many families, Christmas just wouldn’t be Christmas without a North Carolina Christmas tree. Traffic was steady at the State Farmers Market in Raleigh on Friday, with many families setting up their Christmas trees three weeks before the holiday. But that’s not a problem according to Sheila Barrier of B&H Farms, who says a fresh N.C. Christmas tree should last four to six weeks in your house if you make a good selection and properly care for it.

Brian Long interviews Sheila to find out how to properly select and care for a fresh-cut Christmas tree: