Stores like Home Depot, Target, Walmart, Kohls and Bed Bath & Beyond all have upside down Christmas trees for sale. Some of the upside down trees are already sold out.
Upside down trees retail for around $150-$1,000.
Home decorating website 'The Spruce' says the tradition of “hanging a Christmas tree upside down from the ceiling is an old one in Central and Eastern Europe.”
One woman tweeted: “The upside-down Christmas tree is exactly why I don’t bother to keep up with trends – it looks ridiculous.
”Another woman tweeted: “I have a lot of questions. Why is Target selling an upside down Christmas tree? Why is it nearly $1000? Is this a Stranger Things joke that I’m missing? Someone help.”