Remember that Christmas trees are outdoor plants first. If suddenly it’s moved into a hot environment, it will struggle. Positioning them away from heat sources, like radiator and fires, will keep them looking lush. And of course, you should never put a tree need an open fire. With your new tree situated where you want it, place some wrapping paper or some other protective layer at the base to save your carpet from potential sap drippings.
When decorating your tree, know that the old incandescent sets of lights you used to buy warm up the longer they’re left on, and in turn, can dry the foliage—LEDs are cooler and much more energy efficient.