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Traditional Christmas Tree

Traditional Christmas Tree

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Nordmann fir is one of the best varieties for christmas trees as these evergreen trees have a neat shape, fragrant needles and ability to cope well with central heating. These potted trees are already nearly 2 and half foot tall but can be moved outdoors at the end of the season and will grow on well for many more Christmas's to come.
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SEASONAL PRICE REDUCTION! These living Christmas trees make a great gift for a smaller space or for someone who can't get out and about. Delivered either as plain trees or for instant impact you can choose to add battery-operated fairy lights or decorations, alternatively both. Keep it well watered outside during the rest of the year and it can be used for many festive seasons to come. A popular non-drop variety called Nordmann Fir variety that will arrive in a bright festive outer pot, do be aware these have drainage holes.
60-80cm tall in a 10L pot
Care Instrictions

These instructions are sent with the plant gift

Looking after your Christmas Tree

This small spruce has a lovely a neat shape even when small. Young trees are quite happy indoors in winter and are very easy to care for.

If inside make sure your plant gets plenty of daylight, by putting it near a window. A cool room or a light porch is best, and it will be happiest away from any radiators. If you have a garden or a patio then your tree will prefer to be outside after the festive season and will be fine outside in winter in all but the very coldest (-10C) temperatures.

When in a small pot, young trees will need some watering, especially if your room is centrally heated.

This variety of spruce is not as fast growing as some and can be kept to a manageable size by restricting the size of the pot. To encourage lots of growth repot your spruce into a much larger pot in or plant out your tree in the spring time. To keep it smaller repot your tree into just a slightly bigger pot in the spring.

Problem Solving: Spruce trees are tough trees that require little maintenance.

New shoots are a different colour – 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.

New shoots are drooping – new shoots are more tender than established branches and may droop if exposed to hot or cold temperatures, ensure they are fully watered and try to keep in an even frost free temperature until the young leaves have matured and changed colour.

Dropping needles are almost always due to underwatering, make sure the soil is really wet.

After the festive Season, you may want to take off the fruit decorations. These are made from real dried fruits and once the wires and ribbons have been removed can be composted. Alternatively, you can store them in a cool, dry and airtight container they will look great on your tree next year.