How to care for my Real Christmas Tree

It is essential you follow these instructions to get the most out of your tree:

  • When you get your tree home, cut 1cm off the bottom to open up the pores, just like you would trim the stems of a fresh bunch of flowers to make them last. It is important to get the tree straight into cool, clean water after doing so. If you don’t get the tree into water within an hour and it looks like the base has resealed with sap, we would recommend re-cutting the base. Please ask our team if you need help cutting the bottom of your Christmas tree.
  • Keep the water topped up above the base level at all times. It will be very thirsty especially in the first week.
  • Real Christmas trees hate the sun, heat and drafts. A cool, shady spot inside the house is ideal.
  • Do not be afraid to channel your inner green thumb and trim off any dry foliage or branches to freshen it up and achieve that perfect Christmas tree shape.

If you follow these instructions your tree should be at its best for approximately 3 weeks, although we cannot guarantee the longevity of any tree. At the end of the day, real Christmas trees are just that, REAL!

Wreath Care

Preserved flowers are perfect for indoors but can be used outdoors with care. Avoid any area (indoors or outdoors) that will be exposed to direct sunlight, wind or rain.

Sun can discolour the preserved flowers and excessive heat, humidity or moisture may cause mould.

If you take care of your preserved wreath it can last for several years.