'Tis the season: 7 U-cut Christmas tree farms near Seattle

With Thanksgiving just days away and turkeys expected to be well stocked at local grocery stores, many Seattle residents are now on the hunt for the next holiday centerpiece: a Christmas tree. Luckily for early birds, many of the region’s U-cut Christmas tree farms open the day after Thanksgiving in preparation for the holiday season.

And snagging one early may be the way to go. Last year, many of Western Washington’s tree farms were sold out by the first week of December. Demand is expected to be just as high this year and supply might even be slightly lower than previous years due to the impacts of the region’s hot, dry

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