Add some tropical fun to your Christmas decorations this year.
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The Home Depot Pre-Lit Artificial Palm Tree
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Alright, dearest readers. It's officially September. We've been waiting for a while very patiently, but we're allowed to think about Christmas decorations now, right? We're nodding our heads.

And we're especially exciting thanks to this incredible find that made it onto our radar from Puelo International's Pre-Lit Artificial Palm Tree with 175 UL-Listed Lights, available on for $88.67. Per Home Depot's description, "With lush leaves, this tree looks ready to sway in the gentle breeze as the waves of the ocean roll in the background. The natural looking trunk and decorative base just add to the tropic feel, making this an all-time favorite." The festive décor piece comes with one three-and-a-half foot palm tree and one six-foot palm tree, and it makes for the perfect addition to your porch or living room space, as it works in both indoor and outdoor settings. Featuring 175 incandescent lights, minimal assembly is required before your little sun-splashed Christmas shop is up and running. As the House Beautiful article points out, you can also spruce (ahem, pun intended) up the tree with more lights if you prefer to do so to add additional glowing beauty to your holiday display.

If you prefer to get your Christmas décor inspiration from more arid climates, we're also loving cactus Christmas trees, especially when they're topped off with some colorful ball ornaments. Heck, considering how much holiday spirit we're all in need of this year, we may very well have a cactus Christmas tree in one room and a Christmas palm tree in another.

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We think we may very well order this Christmas palm tree today and put it up this month to keep that Saint Nick / Saint Tropez feeling rolling right along throughout summer's end into fall and beyond. Who's joining us?