A few trees in North Yorkshire in United Kingdom have become hot; of course, those aren’t common trees, the trunks of which are innumerably covered with coins.
Local residents are also very puzzling with these "money trees" , a local said that these trees may be wishing trees, in the 18th century England, people believed that if the patient drove a coin into the tree, his illness would be able to be taken away by this tree.
It’s reported that several centuries ago, many passers-by drove the coins with stone into the trunk for his good fortune, or lovers for their perfect love. A few hundred years later, the tree grew thicker and the coins driven into the trunk emerged again. Traditionally, trees have spirituality in believe, so many people on holidays will ornament trees with ribbon, candy and gifts – this might be the origin of the Christmas tree now.