As soon as Thanksgiving dinner is off the table some people want to get the Christmas tree up in the living room.
This is a very exciting time of year for Christmas tree growers all over including those who run the Pioneer Evergreen Farms near Orwigsburg.
"The trees should be extremely nice this year. They should be really succulent and loaded up with a lot of fragrance. The trees should be really great this year," said Bill Fetherolf of Pioneer Evergreen Farms.
The trees being cut Tuesday are not destined to be the centerpiece of a family's living room but will be made into wreaths.
The trees are cut up and with the skill of an artist. The branches are cut into small pieces and transformed into something special.
"The next two weeks we'll be really busy and then it kind of tapers off and then we have a lot of work until Christmas," said Sandra Baver of Pioneer Evergreen Farms.