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I was wondering I i grow a christmas in a pot or buy one to put in a pot still alive and take it inside how bad of a fire hazard is that? if I leave it unlit most of the time? then can i plant it at the end of the season? im trying to cut down on waste and notice that there is people growing xmas trees in pots but they are little. I was wonder how hard it would be to put them in large pots so forth and use them?
 
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If a standard 6-7 foot Christmas tree were to have an adequate root structure in a pot the whole thing would probably weigh 200+ pounds. If the tree is alive with its roots it shouldn't be a fire hazard.
 
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John Wolfram wrote:If a standard 6-7 foot Christmas tree were to have an adequate root structure in a pot the whole thing would probably weigh 200+ pounds. If the tree is alive with its roots it shouldn't be a fire hazard.



thank you.. wow heavy to move but we move some trees indoor for winter so... thank you so much
 
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