The sight of the traditional Christmas pine tree is truly a priceless experience that reminds everyone of Christmas.
Christmas tree is continuing to surge in popularity. Increasingly, family, offices and ultra-high-net-worth individuals are patronising the Christmas article market.
Forestry is a long-term investment that can sometimes grow as slowly as the spruces themselves. The S&P Global Timber & Forestry Index, which tracks 25 public companies involved in the industry, has risen 11pc in the last year, although a plunge in prices during the financial crisis meant its performance is flat over a decade.
Investing in Christmas pine forestry and other articles have the tendency to generate lots of returns.
UK report has it that the Income from pine and timber sales is free of income and corporation tax, and after two years the investment is exempt from inheritance tax. However, woodland funds often require large upfront investments and the returns depend on sales that take place up to 40 years after the trees were planted.