Christmas Trees Around The World: Send Us Yours! (PHOTOS, POLL) 03/18/2010 05:12 am ET | Updated May 25, 2011 Huffington Post Christmas Trees Christmas Trees Share 1 of 20 The 2009 U.S. Capitol Christmas tree An 85-foot blue spruce from the Apache-Sitgreaves National Forest in Arizona, was lit December 8, 2009 in Washington, DC. It is decorated with over 5,000 ornaments crafted by people across Arizona and strung with energy-saving LED lights for the fifth year in a row. (Getty) Share this slide: The 2009 U.S. Capitol Christmas tree An 85-foot blue spruce from the Apache-Sitgreaves National Forest in Arizona, was lit December 8, 2009 in Washington, DC. It is decorated with over 5,000 ornaments crafted by people across Arizona and strung with energy-saving LED lights for the fifth year in a row. (Getty) image Mexico City View of a Christmas tree with lights and fireworks during the holiday season at the Reforma Avenue in Mexico City, on December 5, 2009. The artificial Christmas tree with 367-foot-high in its longest point. AFP PHOTO/Alfredo ESTRELLA (Photo credit should read ALFREDO ESTRELLA/AFP/Getty Images) image Trafalgar Square, London The Trafalgar Square Christmas Tree, an annual gift from the people of Norway since 1947 in recognition of Britain's aid to the country in World War II, is lit up on December 3, 2009 in Trafalgar Square in London. The tree was lit up during a ceremony attended by the Mayor of Westminster, the Norwegian Ambassador and the Leader of the City of Oslo Council. AFP PHOTO/Carl Court (Photo credit should read Carl Court/AFP/Getty Images) image The National Christmas Tree, Washington As the White House is lit in the background, the National Christmas Tree's lights are turned on during its annual lighting ceremony at the Ellipse December 3, 2009 in Washington, DC. Lighting the National Christmas Tree is a yearly tradition for the President of the United State during the holiday season. (Photo by Alex Wong/Getty Images) image Rockefeller Center, New York A general view of the Rockefeller Center Christmas tree lighting at Rockefeller Center on December 2, 2009 in New York City. (Photo by Bryan Bedder/Getty Images) image Elysee Palace, Paris The Christmas tree outside the French presidential palace. Additionally, two large red ribbons are displayed on the columns to mark World AIDS Day, supporting a cause dear to first lady Carla Bruni-Sarkozy. (ERIC FEFERBERG/AFP/Getty Images) image White House Christmas Tree The official White House Christmas Tree, a Douglas Fir stands 18 1/2 feet high and nearly 13 feet wide, is seen in the Blue Room during the media preview of the White House holiday decorations December 2, 2009 at the White House in Washington, DC. The theme for the 2009 White House holiday decorations is 'Reflect Rejoice Renew.' (Photo by Alex Wong/Getty Images) image Poinsettia Christmas Tree!!! texasgirly1979:Christmas tree made out of rows and rows of poinsettia plants in TEXAS on Galveston Island, at Moody Gardens. It is a great place to take your family or friends who are visiting you out of town. This year I took my brother Siim from Estonia. image Union Square, San Francisco Isaac Gutierrez:Christmas tree in the middle of Union Square in San Francisco image Gdansk, Poland jennnorton:The Christmas tree in the Old Town of Gdansk, Poland image Shanghai, China Tree made with 1,000 full Heineken beer bottles (via Inhabitat.com) image Don't forget the 8th wonder of the world: Chandler AZ's Tumbleweed Christmas Tree! lull80:This unique Chandler tradition began in 1957, when Chandler resident Earl Barnum raised the idea of a tumbleweed tree after he saw a similar one in Indiana built out of cone-shaped chicken wire with pine boughs stuck in the holes. Many members of the community helped create the first tree in Chandler using tumbleweeds that they gathered from around town. Little did these folks know that they were the first to do such a thing and that it would continue as an annual Christmas tradition from then on. In fact, Chandler is the only city in the southwestern United States that has such a tree! video Buenos Aires 2009 SebastianF:A Christmas Tree near the 'Obelisco' in the Argentine capital. image Upside Down in NYC JKozel:Gives a whole new meaning to the phrase, "Putting up the Christmas tree." image World's Tree of Hope in San Francisco City Hall britnboy:The World's Tree of Hope, a gift from the LGBT community, is covered with 5000 origami cranes each inscribed with wishes from the future of the world. Participants include President Obama, Dame Jane Goodall, Hilary Clinton and folks from around the world. Send in wish at http://rainbowfund.org/tree it will be printed, folded into a crane and placed on the tree. image San Francisco First Lady Jennifer Newsom invites you to World's Tree of Hope britnboy:visit http://www.rainbowfund.org/tree to have your wish for the world inscribed on an origami crane and placed on the World's Tree of Hope in San Francisco's City Hall. Participants include President Obama, Dame Jane Goodall, Hillary Clinton, Nancy Pelosi, Courtney Cox, and folks from around the world. It is a gift from the LGBT community. video The Night Before Christmas jkern:Love to sit and look at this. image mack glass recycled xmas tree anthonysaluto:bloomington il, is featuring a tree made out of recycled glass. jason mack spent many days, stringing molten glass around and around, representing some 2000 glass containers being recycled. photo by anthony saluto photography image recycled glass xmas tree bloomington il anthonysaluto:jason mack, mack glass, 2000 glass containers, days of stringing molten glass, bloomington il, photo by anthony saluto image Glass Christmas Tree by Jason Mack Jason Mack Glass:A 20ft tall recycled glass Christmas tree created by glass artist Jason Mack. All the glass donated by the community. The tree was created on site with the artists one-of-a-kind mobile glass furnace. To see how it was made visit www.mackglass.com image Get HuffPost Style on Twitter and Facebook!