As of 2015, the world's largest exporter of Christmas trees is Canada. Canada exports an average of 1.5 million trees during the holiday season.
Canada exports trees to locations throughout the world, including Russia, Japan, El Salvador and the United States.
The largest exporter of Christmas trees in Europe is Denmark. Many European countries do not allow the import of Canadian trees due to the risk of parasites that can spread and kill trees and plants.
In the United States, Oregon produces the most Christmas trees followed by the states of North Carolina, Washington and Michigan.
The country of China leads the word in the export of artificial trees.