Holiday shoppers are scratching their heads over ads for upside-down Christmas trees.
Stores including Target and Walmart are offering artificial Christmas trees designed to look like they’re upside down.
The cost? Nearly one-thousand dollars!
A lot of people have gone online to express their confusion, wondering if it’s a holiday joke.
Actually, upside-down Christmas trees have existed for centuries in Slavic countries like Poland, where a tree hanging upside down from the ceiling is considered a religious symbol.