Some models even come pre-dressed with twinkly LED lights, their connecting wires cleverly concealed within the branches; something that is very difficult to achieve with a real tree. So which artificial tree tops our wish list? The amazingly life-like Hayes Garden World Ridgedale Infinity Fir comes a close second and is actually even more pricey, per foot. But, you get what you pay for when it comes to festive evergreens made of poly ethylene.
If you lack space for your spruce, and demand a bit of Scandinavian style, the White Company Spruce is also undeniably a thing of beauty, and somewhat cheaper. According to Balsam Hill, the needles on this tree have been created from moulds of live tree cuttings so that they accurately exhibit the gently curved characteristics of the classic conical Nordman fir. As is the case with so many artificial trees, its branches might be considered a little too perfectly tailored for some but this will be less noticeable once it has been dressed. When it comes to Christmas decorations, Scandinavians tend to eschew kitsch tinsel and coloured fairy lights in favour of tasteful minimalism, something the White Company excels at.
Whether from a distance or up close, this elegant faux 6ft Crimbo conifer looks just like a genuine spruce. All of its branches are hand painted for added authenticity, sparsely arranged and realistically asymmetrical. The needles, too, are extremely lifelike. This is a room-filling, luxury whopper of a plastic tree.
The 7. The outer fronds of each branch are also quite sparsely composed — just as nature intended. It also comes as an 8ft model if 7. Hayes Garden World does a frankly insanely huge variety of artificial trees, including one that is 18 god damn feet tall. This lifelike emerald beauty stands 5-feet tall and comes adorned with mains-powered, multi-function LEDs that emit a soft white Christmassy glow.
As with all faux firs, at the end of the festive season, simply bend the branches upwards, put the whole shebang in a protective bag and store it away until next year. I hope this list of the best artificial Christmas trees was helpful.
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