It's no doubt that a Christmas tree creates the heart of any holiday home. Of course, not everyone has the space for a large Christmas tree. Which is why Floralista is offering these beautiful, living, potted, mini Christmas trees!
Size: Ranging from 3ft to 5ft tall.
Choose from short + bushy in a galvanized metal bucket or tall + sparse in a simple terracotta pot! We can even include little twinkle lights so all you have to do is add batteries and voila!
Whether or not you’re keen on going green, getting a potted Christmas tree can make a lot of sense. You only need to purchase a tree once and you’ll be set with a tree to bring in for the holidays for years. Plus, once the fella gets too big, you have a great addition to your garden that can bring back memories of Christmases past.
Caring for a living tree is relatively easy but there are a few factors you should consider.
Limit time indoors
Living trees are happiest with cool temperatures and bright, outdoor light. Bring your tree indoors for no longer than 10 day stretches and choose a sunny spot away from any heat vents. You can also place your tree outside your doorstep for a few days to give it a break from the heat and limited light indoors.
Potted trees indoors will dry out more quickly than those in your garden. Water the living tree regularly (some recommend watering it a little bit every day), and be prepared for dampness or water overflow under the pot by either placing a large saucer underneath it or bring it outside and let it drain out. One easy way to water your tree is to empty several trays of ice cubes on top of the soil. The ice will melt slowly so that roots can absorb the water before it puddles.
Take it outside
After the holidays, take your tree outside and place it, once again, in a sheltered location. Water it well, soaking the root ball. After a week, move the tree in it’s container to a sunny spot in your garden where it can live for the rest of the year. When you see signs of new growth in spring, give the tree a dose of fertilizer according to the box instructions.
When to repot
If you’ve had your tree for multiple seasons or you start seeing signs of distress (yellowing needles, stunted growth, or sparsely-needled branches), it’s time to repot your tree in a larger container. For particularly root bound trees, you may want to cut 2-3 inches off the bottom and sides of the rootball using pruning shears or an old knife. When repotting, mix in a handful of controlled-release organic fertilizer with your potting soil to promote new growth.
Apartment Size Christmas Tree
Delivery is available Tuesday - Saturday, between shop hours.
Our shop is closed on Sunday and Monday (no orders available on these days).
Please place your order online or call in advance to ensure timely delivery.
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