Once you’ve finally decided what variety of Christmas tree is best for you, you’re going to need to pick a size. You might think that’s it’s an easy decision, but there are a number of considerations to keep in mind when asking “what size Christmas tree should I buy?”.
Most Christmas trees in the UK are sold by the foot, but with the mish-mash of metric and imperial measures used here, not everyone will know what size to go for. We’ve devised the thoroughly researched and carefully designed guide* below to help you pick a height:
*Note that this guide is neither carefully designed nor thoroughly researched.
From left to right we have the diminutive Verne Troyer (in character as Mini Me), pint-sized comic Ronnie Corbett, Nation’s sweetheart Cheryl Cole, our very own Farmer Tom, lanky Stoke striker Peter Crouch and the World’s (current) tallest man Bao Xishun.
In all seriousness, though they may seem obvious, here are a few things to bear in mind when choosing the height you need:
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