Some excerpts of the article:
"Many Christians married to Jews want a Christmas tree. What’s Christmas without one?
But for some Jewish partners, it’s just too much of a symbol of a Christian holiday to have in the house ... [The Menorah Tree was] the solution for him and his wife, Jenny, who is also Jewish but grew up with a Jewish parent, a Catholic parent and a Christmas tree she loved.
"A Menorah Tree, said Patchen, is “really just a big menorah,” an essentially Jewish object. He notes that the original menorah of ancient Judaism may well have been inspired by another Jewish symbol — the branched tree known as the “Tree of Life.”