Longwood Gardens in the Hollywood Hills, a botanical garden in Southern California, is a place that makes you think about Christmas and the holidays in a whole new light.
The lighting of the Christmas tree on Dec. 25, 2017, is one of the most popular Christmas traditions at the botanical gardens.
The tree is illuminated with lights that are lit in the same way the trees at the gardens are lit for the traditional Christmas celebration.
While there are different types of lights, they all have a purpose, said Sarah Brown, the director of communications for the Botanic Gardens.
Christmas lights at the longwood garden are lit from inside out.
If you don’t want to light the tree with a traditional Christmas tree, you can build your tree on the tree and use a lantern to light it from inside.
It also allows you to have a special Christmas tree for someone special.
The Christmas tree lighting is not a traditional traditional tradition.
There is a tradition in Northern California that has been going on for generations.
It started around 1892, when two sisters named Mary and Dorothy, a couple from Illinois, started lighting the Christmas trees at their house in the Santa Cruz Mountains.
As the tradition grew, it moved into Northern California, where they grew up and where the trees are now.
The tradition is not as old as the trees, but it is the tradition, said Brown.
It’s also not something that is a one-off thing.
You can do it for a couple of years and it becomes part of your family.
This tradition is growing and you can see it at the Longwood Garden, said Katie Farrow, a curator with the Botanica Gardens.
There are thousands of lights every year that come through the Christmas season, and they all are used in the celebration.
There are about 1,000 trees at this beautiful holiday event.
The lighting ceremony takes place from 6:30 a.m. to 9:30 p.m., which is on a Saturday.
You get to see lights from your own tree and the lights of the other trees that are lighting the tree for the day.
You can also come down and watch the ceremony yourself, said Farrow.
There will be a special lighting ceremony and some people will be able to take photos with the lights.
The event is free, and there are plenty of things to do for everyone to enjoy, Farrow said.
You have plenty of places to hang decorations, like hanging lanterns or candle holders, or you can bring your own decorations.
If you want to learn more about this tradition, read our story on the history of the tree lighting tradition.
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