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Most Americans Get Fake Christmas Trees, But Here Are Some Of The Greatest Real Ones

The country's tallest Christmas tree isn't the famous Rockefeller Center tree, or even the National Christmas tree in Washington, D.C. It's in Coeur d'Alene, Idaho, and at 162 feet, it's the tallest tree, living or cut, to be decorated and lit up for the holiday season. It boasts 40,000 LED lights and a ten foot star at the top. Here are some other surprising facts and figures about the season's trees.

Infographic by Alissa Scheller for the Huffington Post

This story appears in Issue 80 of our weekly iPad magazine, Huffington, available Friday, Dec. 20in the iTunes App store.

Extreme Christmas Trees