Christmas Tree is a must-have plant during the festive season of Joy. Cook Pine plants are some of the most common varieties to be used as a non-traditional Christmas decor as the centrepiece Christmas trees. Due to their shape, durability and miniature size, they are perfect choices if you want a tiny plant to spread the festive spirit. Because of their size, they look and grow perfectly in containers, making them good options for limited space decor. Furthermore, with the occasional pruning, you can bring it to a shape resembling a traditional Christmas tree. They are hardy plants and are sure to enhance the decor of your house at this year-end festival.
About Christmas Tree Plant
- The plant has horizontal branches in whorls with leaves resembling needles, around the trunk. The branches have pointed tips and they grow slender as they taper up, giving the shape of a Christmas Tree.
- This miniature tree usually does not grow taller than 2 to 2.5 feet, making it perfect for indoor containers.
- It is a non-flowering plant.
- It is a low maintenance indoor plant and doesn’t require much effort.
- You cut & prune the branches well, and can shape them like a Christmas tree.
- The plant serves as an excellent decor option as a statement Christmas Tree during the festive season
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- Healthy & robust Christmas Tree plant of up to 1.8ft in height. Mentioned height is including the pot height.
- 10 Inch of Round Black or Brown Pot, or 9 Inch White Pot (as shown in image)
- PlantCare planner prepared by Botanist (will be shared over WhatsApp on the day of delivery).
- The mentioned specifications are indicative only. Actual dimensions may vary by +-10%
How to care for Christmas Tree Plant?Light Tips for Christmas Tree Plant:
- They do best with cool temperatures with proper exposure to the morning sun. They prefer temperatures between 15 to 23 degrees Celsius.
- The plant cannot survive complete shade, so you’ll need to plant your outdoor tree in a sunny spot. It requires a minimum of 4 hours of sunlight, providing which it reduces its chances of browning.
- If kept inside, select a window that provides good sunlight and turn the container regularly to give each side a uniform growth.
- Watering is the most essential part of the survival of these trees. They require proper hydration and misting to avoid getting brown needles.
- Water whenever the soil is dry to touch.
- Maintain moderate moisture of the soil, if the soil gets too wet, it gets difficult to make the plant survive.
- The trees require well-draining soil but are not picky about whether it is loamy, sandy or chalky. They also accept acidic, neutral or alkaline soil.
- In spring, it’s time to feed the tree. Apply a standard, slow-release fertilizer before new growth appears in the spring.