Symmetry & Fullness

Symmetry & Fullness

“There is not a big enough tree for us,” says the dream maker, John Egan, while he remembers their 1994 Maxon Tree. Spectacularly decorated, it measured 29 meters (92 ft.) in height and it was the tallest Christmas tree in the U.S.A. in 1994. Other Egan Acres trees have decorated New York City such as at the New York Stock Exchange and the Chase Manhattan Plaza.

To the Egans a perfect tree has to have perfect symmetry, fullness, freshness and aroma. A perfect tree is one which stands alone which allows it to get enough light and room to grow.

 

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