The unusually hot drought in France this summer has not only severely affected food harvests and wine production, but has also withered more than 1 million of new trees planted this year. France's Natural Christmas Tree Association predicts that by 2008 years ago, the Christmas tree needed in France would be in short supply.
To address the problem of Christmas tree shortages in the market over the next five or six years, some in the industry have begun to consider mass production of artificial Christmas trees before Christmas to meet market demand.
According to French media reports, this year, new species of Christmas tree seedlings should be in the next few years for the festival for the small trees, but more than 1 million of them have been destroyed in this summer's hot weather. At present, there are more than 5 million of trees planted in the previous years, because it has become a small tree, so not by the hot heat to die, can supply this Christmas.
In Europe and other countries in France, every Christmas, whether or not they believe in Christ, conditional families have to prepare a Christmas tree, when the family around the Christmas tree to celebrate the festival. There are many kinds of Christmas trees, such as cypress and fir natural Christmas trees, but also man-made Christmas trees.