Halloween trees are a boo-tiful way to get in the holiday spirit amid COVID-19
Look out Christmas trees, Halloween trees are a trend this year.
With health experts warning against traditional trick-or-treating and celebrating Halloween with large groups of people amid the coronavirus pandemic, people are finding new ways to get into the holiday spirit.
Among the hot trends this year are creatively decorated Halloween trees.
The hashtag #Halloweentree on Instagram pulls up more than 35,000 posts.
On Pinterest, searches for "Halloween tree ideas" are up 71% from last year, according to a Pinterest spokeswoman, who noted that searches for home Halloween decorations are up overall this year.
Retailers from Wayfair to Walmart are also now selling ready-to-decorate black, purple and orange artificial trees.
On Wayfair.com, searches for Halloween trees are growing more rapidly than searches for Halloween alone, a spokeswoman told ABC News.
Ready to try the trend? Here are some trees for inspiration.
Happy haunted decorating!