People usually put an evergreen plant such as a pine tree into the house or outdoors before and after Christmas, decorate it with Christmas lights and colorful decorations, and put an angel or star on the top of the tree. An evergreen tree decorated with fir or larch with candles and ornaments as part of the Christmas celebration.
The modern Christmas tree originated in Germany. Germans decorate their homes on December 24, Adam and eve's day, with a fir tree (the tree of the garden of Eden) and pancakes hung on it to symbolize the holy bread (the symbol of Christian atonement).
In modern times, all kinds of cookies were used to replace the holy bread, and candles were often added to symbolize Christ. In addition, the interior also has a Christmas tower, is a wooden triangular structure, with many small lattice placed Christ statue, the tower decorated with evergreen branches, candles and a star.
By the 16th century, the Christmas tower and the garden of Eden tree were merged into a Christmas tree.