A Christmas Tree is normally an evergreen coniferous tree. What if, it turns white? Embellish your White Christmas Tree on a frozen night in December.
In the 1980s some trees were sprayed with fluffy white flocking to stimulate snow. Typically it would be sprayed all over the tree from the sides and settled in clumps atop branches. It produced a look different from real snow and gave an appearance of White Christmas Tree.
Flocking can be done with a professional sprayer, or at home from a spray can. This tradition seems to be limited mostly to the United States. But, you can try flocking this Christmas and give your evergreen Christmas Tree look divinely white.