EASTON - In the face of a struggling economy, the hunt for the perfect Christmas tree may take on a new meaning for many Connecticut families.

Many customers at the Maple Row Tree Farm in Easton were worried about the family tradition of picking out the best Christmas tree, as opposed to troubling times on Wall Street. The farm has been selling Christmas trees for nearly half a century.

?There's nothing like it when it starts to get that living room smelling nice,? said one customer.

For those who are looking to save on this year?s selection, the farm is offering a weekday discount on trees.