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Zac Efron Gives Vanessa Hudgens A 'Treehugging' Christmas Present

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GLA-004938“On the first day of Christmas, my true love gave to me…three citrus trees.”

We’re assuming that’s what Vanessa Hudgens was singing when she came home to find a triology of citrus planted in her backyard.

Starpulse.com is reporting that Zac Efron gave Hudgens a trio of fruit trees for Christmas and hired a gardener to plant the lemon, orange and tangerine plants while she was gone.

Kinda cool, but also maybe a little creepy?

A source told the National Enquirer that, “Vanessa was incredibly touched by the gift.”

This whole story sounds a little phony to us, but we sure like the idea of planting more trees! Have you ever given a shrubbery for a holiday gift? Chime in and share with us your favorite arboriculture gifts! Ha!

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  • Steph

    You’re gonna make fun of his gift? I think the gift is extremely romantic, and I don’t care what anybody else thinks. I don’t understand how trees creep you out, but thats kind of ridiculous. You should go to therapy.

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