Christmas Trees

Welcome to High Quality Store Christmas Trees Collection

Christmas is for many the best time of the year. As the year draws to a close, one can look back on the past months and spend contemplative hours with the family. Of course, a festively decorated Christmas tree should not be missing.

But not every year in the first days of December you do not always want to deal with the purchase of a new fir tree. Sometimes the place is not there. Artificial Christmas trees in many different sizes can help here and create a festive atmosphere despite lack of space.

The history of the Christmas tree

The first mention of a Christmas tree is dated to the year 1527. However, it was not until the 18th century that the custom became more popular among the people. One of the first mentions in German literature comes from Goethe's "The Sorrows of Young Werther" from 1774. Fir trees, however, were very expensive and therefore could not be paid by anyone, so that only the upper layers could afford a whole Christmas tree. The poorer people came out with twigs and accruing green.

Only with the increased use of coniferous forests in the second half of the 19th century, the Christmas tree was affordable for everyone. When then the Protestant church took over the custom, the triumphal procession began.

In 1832 it was the German-born Harvard Professor Karl Follen, who was the first to set up a Christmas tree in America. With the marriage of Queen Victoria and Albert of Saxe-Coburg and Gotha in 1840, the custom then passed to England. Many other countries in Europe and worldwide quickly followed the tradition of German origin.

Decorate the artificial Christmas tree: that's how it looks real

If the decision has fallen on an artificial Christmas tree, many regret that the experience is not the same as a real tree. But while the replicas are becoming more and more realistic and can no longer be distinguished, especially from a distance, there are still some tools that can be used to make his artificial fir-tree a real eye-catcher.

If you do not want to miss out on the great scent of a fir, you can help yourself with fragrance sprays. These can be bought in the trade or even produce by buying essential fir oil. Since these sprays are very concentrated, it is recommended to spray only a few drops on the tree - the smaller the tree, the less fragrance is needed.

The oil of the mountain pine smells a little more severe, while Siberian fir or the silver fir is milder and gentler. If you buy a fragrance spray, make sure that it is a high quality product of natural ingredients. Incense candles or males are also available with the popular pine scent.

When setting up the artificial Christmas tree is usually a small tree stand included. You can arrange the branches as you like. The tree can then be decorated with balls, figures and tinsel and hung with fairy lights. Some models are also available in different colors as well as in snow optics.

Tips and tricks: How to find the right tree

Now it's up to you to decide what your artificial Christmas tree should look like. Some decision aids can be found here.

• Think carefully about where the tree should go and measure the available space exactly. So you can get an idea if there is enough space.

Whether it's a traditionally green tree, one in snow optics or even pink, depends entirely on your taste. However, consider whether the tree can fit nicely into the rest of the room decoration.

• Especially realistic trees often come with a slightly higher price tag. Be aware of that.

• Also make sure that the assembly and disassembly can be done easily and that the tree can then easily be stowed away.