Christmas Trees 


To ensure your Christmas tree stays fresh and healthy throughout the festive period it will need water. So firstly, you will need to find an appropriate sized stand that holds water. Your next step is to saw off the bottom 3cm (1in) of the trunk just before you install your Christmas tree in it’s stand. This creates a fresh cut and opens up the pores in the bark which otherwise block up with sap and dirt within a few hours of being cut. The tree is then able to drink water through these pores via capillary action.


Place your tree away from any heat sources such as radiators and fireplaces. Heat dries out your tree faster, so the further from the heat source the better.


A 1.8m (6ft) Christmas tree may drink half a litre (1 pint) of water a day depending on the temperature in the room. Keeping an empty bottle of wine under your tree is a good way of to remind you to give your tree a Christmas drink!

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