Christmas trees flourish in wet weather

And we've had a wet year - but it looks like it's been good for Christmas trees. The wet weather means they can keep their needles for longer.

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Christmas trees benefit from wet weather

It's been a wet year - but all that water looks like it has done some good for Christmas trees.

Christmas trees at a Swansea farm Credit: ITV News Wales

One west Wales farm, which has a quarter of a million of trees, says the weather means the pines are brimming with sap and that means the needles won't be falling off - at least not before Christmas!

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