Since mid-November, in the manner of the grape harvest, several million fir trees have been cut, pruned and packed on pallets in just a few days before heading to the stalls, ready to be decorated. for the end of year celebrations.
The trees thus made the most of the autumn humidity and were able to quietly refine the greenery of their needles on the sides of the low mountains of the Morvan.
The region, the leading Christmas tree producing region in France, ahead of Brittany and the Alps, is dotted with small plots of spruce, Nordmann or Nobilis which grow for seven to ten years in the middle of forests and pastures.
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