Amazing facts about Christmas trees, you need to know
• Amazing facts about Christmas trees, you need to know
Probably many of you are interested in the history of the Christmas tree, and there are some interesting facts about the Christmas tree, which will make you smile among historical information. Well, it will make funny pictures that you see below!
10. Did you know that the first evergreen trees, which were used to celebrate the winter season, there were several hundred years BC?
9. Did you know that trees are known as a pretty weak plant species, and only about 50% of the planted trees survive until the moment when it is time to cut down them?
8. Do you know that before the invention of electricity people decorated their Christmas tree with small candles? You can guess what happened in those days a lot of fires.
7. Did you know that the Christmas tree installed in the house, can destroy up to 70% of dust and pollen in the air? Even taking into account that this will happen in a small part of the room where it will be, it is still very impressive.
6. Did you know that this tree as a Christmas tree is beneficial to the environment? Of course, it would be better left to grow in the ground, but for each acre they planted Christmas trees produce oxygen, the amount of which is equal to the daily needs of 18 people!
5. Did you know that real Christmas trees will be installed in less than 20% of homes? However, only 48% of households will install at artificial Christmas trees, which means that many people will be on holiday without any trees!
4. Did you know that the idea of Christmas tree garlands came to a head assistant of Thomas Edison (Thomas Edison), Johnson, Edward (Edward Johnson) in 1882?
3. Did you know that in the wild the average Christmas tree - a 30,000 beetles, insects, and species of birds visiting?
2. Did you know that on farms and other production areas growing Christmas trees is not so easy a matter as you might think? Because not only 2/3 of the trees die, but the remaining trees may require from 4 to 15 years to grow to a height fit for sale (1, 83-2, 13 m).
1. Did you know that the first fully decorated Christmas tree (what are historically recorded) appeared in Riga (Latvia) in 1510?