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White House Christmas Tree From Pennsylvania

The official blue room tree is an 18 and a half foot Douglas Fir from Lehighton Pennsylvania
The Christmas Tree at the White House has arrived and it's from Pennsylvania. First Lady Michelle Obama was there to welcome the official White House Christmas tree on Friday. The official blue room tree is an 18 and a half foot douglas fir from Lehighton Pennsylvania. It was grown by the Botek family. The White House will also feature five trees from the Wyckoff family. They won the national Christmas Tree association contest.. But didn't have a tree tall enough for the blue room. Christopher Botek and Kyra Yurko of the Christmas Spring Tree Farm and John and Leslie Wyckoff of the Wyckoff's Christmas tree farm in Belvidere, New Jersey presented the tree to the First Lady.

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