How To Keep Your Christmas Tree Healthy: 5 Top Tips

How To Keep Your Christmas Tree Healthy: 5 Top Tips


If you want to become a Christmas tree
expert in two minutes. I’ve pulled together all my favorite tips that will
make sure that your tree not only looks good but stays looking good throughout
the Christmas holidays. Once you’ve bought your tree, and you’ve got it netted up, if you’re not going to take it into the house quite yet and you want to
effectively leave it in the garden until you’re ready. Do take it out of the net
otherwise the branches get all tight up and it takes a little while for it to be
able to get back to its normal shape when it’s in the lounge. When you get your Christmas tree home you’re going to notice that the stump at the end is already sealed over. It’s been a while since it was cut. The best thing for you to do is to cut a section off the bottom of the stump, and then put it into your
container or Christmas tree stand preferably one that can hold water.
Because this tree will still be drinking water and keeping fresher for longer
just in the same way as cut flowers work on a windowsill. So take a section of the
stump off to expose some fresh tissue and the tree will drink and be fresher for longer. Now if you bought a Christmas tree in a pot it’s best to go and buy a cheap bucket. Because you can then put the pot into the bucket, because you will
need to water this tree if you’ve got it inside throughout the Christmas period.
If you don’t put it in the bucket, water is just gonna go all over the carpet. Now
to make that bucket a little bit more festive you can spray it gold you can
use wrapping paper or even tinsel so it’s not only looking good, but it’s
functional to, to enable you the water and keep your tree alive. When you’re removing lower branches of the tree, to be able to fit in the stand don’t throw them away. With a little bit of spray paint or even tinsel and baubles, you can create these lower branches into Christmas decorations. Keeping them looking fresher for longer is easy. All you’ve got to do is remember where they come from. It comes from outside, it’s freezing out here. Then suddenly it’s brought into a hot lounge so don’t put it by a radiator
don’t put it by the fire. Keeping it away from immediate heat sources will keep
them fresher for longer. Well I hope you found those tips worthwhile the
Christmas tree is the heart of the home at Christmas,
you’ve gotta love it. I hope yours stays fresh throughout the Christmas holidays
Merry Christmas.

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