Mini Xmas Tree
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nice ready to use xmas tree with full decorations and came in a nice festive pail, excited for christmas when i can show off my little tree
Tree was a little smaller than I expected but otherwise as described.
I sent this to my elderly parents & when I saw a photo of it I couldn’t stop laughing. The mini tree looked pathetic. It was a strange shape (thin in the middle) & looked straggly! I was expecting a fuller plant. Oh well, we all had a good laugh!
Quality, value for money, healthy plant, delivered on time and looks like the images advertised. A terrific purchase experience. Second time using and will not hesitate to make more purchases in the future!
These instructions are sent with the plant gift
These little fir trees or picea normally grow outside but they will be quite happy indoors over the festive period.
Your tree will do best in a cool room or a light porch and will be happiest away from any radiators. If you have a garden or a patio then your fir will appreciate going outside once Christmas is over and it can even be planted out in the garden if desired.
When in a small pot, young trees will need plenty of watering, especially if your room is centrally heated.
Fir trees are reasonably quick growers and if re-potted every spring or summer they can put on up to a foot of growth a year. As they already have a neat shape they shouldn’t require any pruning but some kind of feed would be a good idea if you are unable to repot them.
Fir trees are very tough trees that require little maintenance.
In the spring and summer your plant should begin to put on new leaves, don’t worry if they are a lighter colour than the existing leaves, they will colour up over a few weeks.
These little trees still have strong roots, and they shouldn’t drop their needles. If you do see any needle drop it is a sign that your plant is either too hot or dry and so do water straight away and move to a cooler spot.