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Most probably, you can't replant the tree after the season is over, so it'll end up in the compost bin or a landfill. LeePP Friday, June 15, Chinese New Year is the most important of the traditional Chinese holidays.

Christmas Sales Houses are glowing with colorful lights, malls are bustling with shoppers, and holiday tunes are humming on the radio. There’s no doubt about it: Christmas is in the air.
Christmas is the only Christian holiday that celebrates someone’s birth. Christians in Malaysia celebrate Christmas by way of meals with family and friends on Christmas Eve or Christmas Day, along with gift-giving, music, singing, church events and prayer.
Christmas is the only Christian holiday that celebrates someone’s birth. Christians in Malaysia celebrate Christmas by way of meals with family and friends on Christmas Eve or Christmas Day, along with gift-giving, music, singing, church events and prayer.
Though it is quite fun to spend Christmas at one of the islands of Malaysia, for example at Langkawi or Penang, the most popular place in Malaysia to visit around Christmas is Cameron Highlands. The highlands have a cold(er) climate, and the setting is perfect to replicate that cold Christmas Eve.
Christmas Day, on December 25, is one of the most festive Christian holidays in many countries around the world. It celebrates Jesus' birth. Is Christmas Day a Public Holiday? Christmas Day is a public holiday. It is a day off for the general population, and schools and most businesses are closed.

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Looks like the secret is out…Secret Monday is back with more mouth-watering dishes! They are the best people to advise you on the growth rate, care and maintenance of the particular type of pine tree. Thanks Autumn - The next day,i changed my mind and decided to live with the consequences, although i told my friends that each time i passed by the trees, they seemed to be scolding me for doing the unthinkable A condo dweller here, so no ground to plant Got my trees, already grown to almost 4 to 5 feet tall already from a nursery with no name in Sungei Buloh.

Yes, I google lots after that, made my heart ache much on what i did LeePP, I am so glad you told me about your experience. I have been thinking about you and your tree and wondered if I gave you the correct advice. I hope this tree will be the source of your many happy memories from this point forward.

I think you got a very good buy because I bought mine for RM 35 half a feet tall? You are smart to buy during the off-season! Last Christmas, I bought a potted Christmas Trees, one is a Christmas pine which really look like a Christmas tree but the needles are very prickly when young.

I really liked this tree and I wanted more. A few months later I bought another one. Actually a friend helped me buy it from a nursery in Klang for RM6 poly bag. It is a Thuja pine. My Thuja is growing very slowly; by centimetres or none at all but my Christmas Pine has grown about 1 ft.

I think this tree will look nice for this year's Christmas season. None of the tree you show are true pine, that is brom the pine family. The pine tree that grow well in Malaysia, where you can see them in Malaysia highlands are Caribean pine, a type of tropical pine. My learned friend, thank you very much for the valuable comments and information. I guess you mean that a 'true pine' as defined in scientific terms is the family of Pinaceae.

The trees featured here are those we can commonly find at nurseries and gardens. More correctly, they are coniferous trees. Conifers are commonly called "pine trees" for Christmas trees and fengshui longevity trees. I have inserted the Scientific family name classification like Cupressaceae and Araucariaceae to avoid confusion. Thank you for highlighting. The Caribbean Pine tree you refer to: Do you mean the Pinus caribaea? I am not sure if it grows well in the lowlands.

If it grows well in the lowlands, do you know of any nursery that sells this tree? Sorry for my rather straight forward comment. Yes, Caribbean Pine scientific name is Pinus caribaea, they can grow in the low land area in Malaysia too but I am not sure if they can propagate in the low land as they do in the highland.

Most specimens in the low land are planted by human. Pine grown as bonsai is one of the most difficult to be kept alive. As bonsai, pine needs good drainage potting mix. Sorry I do not know how they flare if kept in a normal pot but I think good drainage potting mix is important too. Anonymous, actually I am very grateful for your informative contributions here. Thank you very much for being straight forward! I welcome useful and relevant comments: Jezza, you can get live pre-cut christmas trees at Floristika in Bangsar, arrival is expected around early December.

The contact as follows: Would like to know where can I find golden pine in KL or Selangor area. Most nurseries sell the other type of pine. I'm sorry I have no idea.

You can try calling the nurseries and asking them one by one. And I believe that is a pencil pine, I seem well for few weeks. But all in a sudden it dry out. May I know is it my tree is dead or there is a way to save it?? It the tree has dried out meaning that the leaves have withered off, and the trunk is dried and brittle to the extend of breaking off, then the tree has died. Anonymous users, please type your name.

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Since there are more choices and varieties now, it may be a good reason to pop in at the local nursery if you are thinking of buying an evergreen tree for your garden: The indoor tree can be replanted later in your garden. This way, you can have an Eco-friendly Christmas.

Why not then, have a Christmas Tree that is always living and growing in your garden? Round Pine What we commonly call "pine trees" are actually conifers, i. These trees have existed since time immemorial, i. This tree is native and was endemic to Norfolk Island in the South Pacific. It is a very popular Christmas Tree.

This slow growing tree can reach a height of m tall. However, the tree trunk tends to bend as the tree ages.

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