A Christmas tree has been spotted in the window of a Scots home a full three months ahead of the big day.
The household is obviously already excited for the arrival of Santa, with the picture being taken a property in the north of Glasgow on Wednesday, September 22.
It was spotted on Maryhill Road by a member of the public with the lights shining out of the window facing the street 91 days before Christmas Day, reports Glasgow Live.
However, it may not be completely merry and bright this coming Christmas, as tree retailers have warned of a potential supply issue as growers battle with staff shortages, sky-high prices and a lack of transport, as previously reported by the Daily Record.
Scottish farmers have stated that the popular festive tradition could be the latest casualty of supply issues caused by Brexit currently plaguing the nation.
Mark Rofe, from ChristmasTrees.co.uk which has farms across Scotland, said: “Our main grower supplies the market with 100,000 Christmas trees each year and employs between 50 and 70 workers during the peak of the season.
“In previous years they were reliant on foresters, mostly from Eastern Europe who would come over for the harvest and then would return to their home country afterwards, but since the Brexit transition they just aren’t able to come over to work now.
“They have found it a real challenge to cover their workforce with local labour.”
Christmas trees are in a long line of goods which are facing shortages as we approach the festive season with people being urged to stock up on products early.
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