The 'Christmas Tree' is a group of stars in the blueish area lower left that form a triangle with a 'trunk.' It is oriented the same direction as the Cone Nebula, that is indeed the cone you see. There is a ton of nebulosity in the region and one glowing spot isn't a star, it's a galaxy. This is NGC2264, the Christmas Tree Cluster!
🧭 Where is it? View this image via World Wide Telescope.
|Telescope:||Svbony sv503 70ED|
|Total exposure:||2 h|
|Ra:||6h 39m 27.7s|
|Dec:||+10° 17' 16.493|
|Size:||135.009 x 112.928 arcmin|