Artificial Christmas tree Bavarian Fir Premium PU

Elegance and nature – this is the way we can describe the new addition to our 2018 FairyTrees collection: the Bavarian Fir. Lush, dense branches are arranged in a conical shape, which resembles wild fir trees of central and southern Europe.

Artificial Christmas tree Bavarian Fir Premium PU

Bavarian Fir Premium PU

Evergreen Bavarian Fir will delight every Christmas connoisseur with its look. The tree looks great both in classic arrangements and more modern ones.

A conical crown, made of dense and naturally arranged twigs, is placed on a straight slender trunk. Thanks to this construction, the tree looks like a wild fir tree in the Bavarian forest. Individual tips can be arranged according to your preference, in any direction. The Christmas tree can be wide and spread, or more modest and elegant.

Artificial Christmas tree designed with special attention to detail will look beautiful everywhere. Beautiful, shimmering baubles and lights will decorate and complement it in an amazing way. Bavarian fir will bring a truly festive atmosphere to every home.

Artificial Christmas tree premium class is made from PU and PVC

Bavarian Fir is a premium FairyTrees collection model. Needles are created from the combination of high-quality PU and PVC film. Tips made of PVC located near the trunk, give the Christmas tree abundance. PVC needles are thinner but more densely spaced. Those made from PU are at the ends of branches, perfectly reproducing real needles.

FairyTrees tree comes with a wooden stand that provides the Christmas tree with stability. The stand is ecological, foldable and easy to assemble.

The height of the tree is measured with the stand.

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.

HeightDiameterLevelsMaterialConesStandWeightTop heightBase heightTipsGlittery bristleSnowTrunk colour
180 cm125 cm16PVC, PUNoWood stand8.0 kg27 cm26 cm823YesYesGreen
220 cm150 cm18PVC, PUNoWood stand13.0 kg28 cm26 cm1238YesYesGreen
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
120 cm105 x 22 x 22 cm
150 cm110 x 26 x 26 cm
180 cm119 x 27 x 29 cm
220 cm119 x 30 x 30 cm
250 cm119 x 35 x 35 cm
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Fir

Abies nordmanniana

A high (growing up to even 60 m) evergreen coniferous tree occurs in Russian Caucasus and East Asia. Soft and long needles of a dark green colour create a dense crown.

The tree likes warm sunlit places and humid air. It doesn’t tolerate high temperatures, drought and contamination. In Europe, Normann fir is often grown for Christmas trees due to its appearance: conical shape and pointed peak which are a great background for ornaments.

Artificial Christmas tree Bavarian Fir Premium PU

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