10/17/08

Disneyland

I was searching for disneyland horticulture, because I got some pine-cones from the Grand Californian hotel in downtown disney, and this is what I found:

"The Christmas tree in Town Square is hand-picked by the Disneyland Horticultural department from the pine forests of Mt. Shasta in Northern California. The 60-foot tree takes two weeks to decorate and is covered with 4,000 colorful lights and over 2,800 ornaments."
Here's the website.

I just thought that was exciting. I guess that shows that Northern California trees make the best Christmas trees in the entire world. Because disney really could pick from anywhere.

3 comments:

Jeffery said...

Yeah dude, they have a whole bunch pictures and information on in the hallway at the Tree House.

Jill said...

That's so cool! Yes they are.

Karen said...

Yay for Mt. Shasta trees. I love Mt. Shasta. Just think - in about a month we'll be chopping some of those lovely trees down for our own decorating purposes! I can't wait...