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America's Tallest Christmas Trees

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Courtesy of The Grove

From Washington State to Washington, D.C., these towering trees help make winter festive.

The Americana at Brand & the Grove at Farmers Market, Los Angeles

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Height: 100 feet (each)

Southern California will never have a white Christmas, but that’s not stopping area residents from showing off some of the country’s tallest trees. Thanks to favorable growing conditions on Mt. Shasta, near the state's border with Oregon, SoCal's shopping centers have ready access to 100-foot white firs that make Rockefeller Center's tree look puny. The finest are the twins on display at the Grove at Farmers Market near West Hollywood and in nearby Glendale. Each is adorned with 10,000 lights and 15,000 decorations.

Read more on the Americana at Brand and Grove at Farmers Market tree-lighting ceremonies.

America's Tallest Christmas Trees

The Americana at Brand & the Grove at Farmers Market, Los Angeles

Height: 100 feet (each)

Southern California will never have a white Christmas, but that’s not stopping area residents from showing off some of the country’s tallest trees. Thanks to favorable growing conditions on Mt. Shasta, near the state's border with Oregon, SoCal's shopping centers have ready access to 100-foot white firs that make Rockefeller Center's tree look puny. The finest are the twins on display at the Grove at Farmers Market near West Hollywood and in nearby Glendale. Each is adorned with 10,000 lights and 15,000 decorations.

Read more on the Americana at Brand and Grove at Farmers Market tree-lighting ceremonies.

Courtesy of The Grove
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