Artificial Christmas Tree
Flocked Natural Spruce In A Burlap Sack

A Christmas tree that has a look of being straight from the forest. Artificial snow-flocked spruce tree is a unique decoration with a distinctive look. If you want to avoid exuberance in the interiors for the holidays, this tree will be perfect for you.

Artificial Christmas Tree Flocked Natural Spruce In A Burlap Sack FairyTrees

Flocked Natural Spruce In A Burlap Sack

Its presence is enough to create festive atmosphere, and a large space provided under the Christmas tree will hold the biggest gifts.

Artificial Christmas tree is covered with imitation of real, fluffy snow. The abundant layers of artificial down coat adhere perfectly to long needles. Flocked Natural Spruce In A Burlap Sack is a universal decoration that fits into small and large interiors. It can also be an adornment of an entry way into a home, restaurant, hotel or office.

Artificial Christmas tree with a natural tree trunk

This FairyTrees Christmas tree has a natural tree trunk about 6 cm in diameter. There may be traces of resin and twigs on the surface. The Christmas tree’s trunk is placed in a mineral pot that is discreetly hidden underneath a jute cover.

After unpacking, the Christmas tree is ready to be placed at its destination. Just combine the elements, spread the twigs apart and decorate with lights and Christmas ornaments (see FairyTrees Christmas decorations). Final look of the Christmas tree is up to you.

In order to ensure proper security make sure that this Christmas tree is attached to the ground, façade, bench, etc.

Height of Christmas tree includes the base.

We care about you and the environment

In order to emphasize care for the environment, we produce our Christmas trees from recycled, self-extinguishing PVC foil. It does not contain harmful plasticizes. Artificial Christmas tree from FairyTrees is a great way to protect nature – it protects the living tree from being cut. It’s also made from recyclable materials.

Storing an artificial Christmas tree

Condition of the Christmas tree depends on proper storage. For an artificial Christmas tree from FairyTrees to keep its aesthetic appearance, it should be stored in a special bag or carton and in a room with an ambient temperature of up to 25°C (77°F), such as is in a basement or a garage.

HeightDiameterMaterialConesBaseWeightBase heightTipsGlittery bristleSnowTrunk
150 cm70 cmPVC, WoodNoConcrete12.5 kg80 cm146NoYesNatural
180 cm80 cmPVC, WoodNoConcrete13.5 kg90 cm190NoYesNatural
Every Christmas tree is handmade. The data can differ.

Fast and safe delivery

Artificial Christmat trees from FairyTrees are packed into five-layered cardboard (870 gsm, BC flute) equipped with an insert forming a second bottom and walls. The box is stitched in five places and additionaly secured with a FairyTrees tape. Staples prevent cardboard from moving during transportation so it’s less susceptible to damage than its standard counterpart.

All the elements of a Christmas tree are secured with Velcro straps. This innovative solution allows you to unpack the tree quickly and to pack it to the cardboard smoothly when the Christmas season ends. The cardboard has the FairyTrees logo so it will be easy to find in the store.

Christmas treeBox dimensions
150 cm119 x 27 x 29 cm
180 cm119 x 27 x 29 cm
Technical
data sheet

Spruce

Picea abies L.

Tall evergreen conifer with wide spreading branches. Compared to pine needles, spruce needles are not too long (the average length of the needle is 2 cm, about 0.78 in). Spruce is a very sensitive tree. It does not resist droughts, heat waves and gusty winds. It is very fond of shady areas. It can serve as a great shelter from the sun and downpours.

Not everyone knows, that the pulp under the bark can be used as a temporary source of food, and the needles can prepare herbal tea rich in vitamin C. Artificial FairyTrees Christmas tree was modeled on a real spruce, thereby protecting it from unnecessary logging.

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