Not so long ago, artificial Christmas trees experienced a big boom. One of the reasons was the emphasis on a gentle approach to nature. But even the most beautiful artificial models could not replace the natural charm of a living tree. The sellers thus found a way to give the owners an “eco” solution. The team has just become a Christmas tree in a pot.
Despite the fact that the Christmas tree in a flowerpot also has certain disadvantages, it offers several advantages compared to classic cut pieces. Its biggest advantage is the possibility to use the tree even after the holidays. However, the list of benefits does not end there. However, due to certain disadvantages, even such an advantageous solution will not be suitable for everyone.
The benefits of Christmas trees in a pot
Use of the tree even after Christmas
Unlike those cut after the holidays, the life of trees in a pot does not end. At the beginning of spring, we can move them to the garden, where we will continue to grow them in a pot until they grow, or we will transplant them and leave them permanently outdoors.
One tree used for several seasons
If we do not plant the relocated tree immediately, but leave it in the garden all year round in a flowerpot, as a Christmas tree will be able to serve us during the next holidays as well. After them, we can move it outside again and repeat this cycle for a few seasons until the tree is large and stops fitting into the interior.
Possibility to grow a tree for a few years
If we do not plan to use more trees as Christmas, we can permanently plant it outside in the garden. He can decorate it for a long time, all he has to do is take care of it properly and give him everything he needs for healthy growth. With proper care, it is highly likely that its lifespan will reach several decades.
Lower burden on nature
The above-mentioned advantages are due to another significant plus, which was significantly reflected in the large return of live Christmas trees for sale. This is an overall kindness to nature. The use of trees in pots reduces the number of used and subsequently discarded conifers, which served only one Christmas season.
Several types of trees to choose from
The list of positives that live Christmas trees in a pot can boast of is also a varied selection of species. It is a bit wider than with cut trees. In addition, customers can also purchase species from abroad that do not normally grow in our region.