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Living Christmas Tree 1-1.2M tall £14.99 (Prime) @ Amazon Deal of the Day £19.74

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£14.99 for Amazon Prime customers. Pot Grown Norway Spruce Living Christmas Tree 1-1.2M tall The lovely fragrance of a real Christmas tree, but one which grows in it's pot from year to year. Th… Read More
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£14.99 for Amazon Prime customers.

Pot Grown Norway Spruce Living Christmas Tree 1-1.2M tall

The lovely fragrance of a real Christmas tree, but one which grows in it's pot from year to year.
The Norway Spruce is the classic Christmas tree - this one is 5 years old and trimmed for fantastic shape.
Grown in a pot for most of it's life - but not to be confused with 'fresh potted' trees, which are dug up and dropped in this year.
Easy to care for outside year to year, it makes a nice evergreen feature.
Supplied at a total height inc pot of 100-120cm, delivered netted for easier handling.
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6m, 2w agoFound 6 months, 2 weeks ago
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#1
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#2
Nice one
#3
Brilliant deal! Pity they don't deliver ti IE=(
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AJ`
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Looks a bit sad.
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That tree doesn't look very happy.
#6
1-1.2m trig once it's been bounced around inside courier van :p
#7
looks tiny and there are a lot of bad reviews, sounds quite hit or miss
#8
I was thinking that b&q are selling a similar size tree for £15, however then realised that the 'pot' bit is probably the key aspect here.
Have never bought a potted Xmas tree before.
Does this live outside for 11 months of the year? What would I need to know?
1 Like #9
Bought one of these last year and it has been outside in the garden since last Christmas. We repotted it and it has grown really well. We will be bringing it inside again in the next week or so, just got to check it for spiders first!
#10
Thanks OP

Taken a chance on one 8)
The majority of the bad reviews are for those sent out last so fingers crossed the trees they send out this year are a little better. Like the idea of being able to grow it on too :)
#11
Msic
I was thinking that b&q are selling a similar size tree for £15, however then realised that the 'pot' bit is probably the key aspect here.
Have never bought a potted Xmas tree before.
Does this live outside for 11 months of the year? What would I need to know?


keep waiting they tend to sell them off for 99p.
1 Like #12
No longer available :-(
1 Like #13
Just ordered one for my Mum @ £14.99. With a £1 credit for using the prime no rush delivery. She will be well chuffed. Thanks OP
#14
SALLIE1ST
No longer available :-(
Yes it is, for me at least.
1 Like #15
SALLIE1ST
No longer available :-(

Try again...back in stock now..
1 Like #16
just ordered, you cannot beat the smell of a real Christmas tree and if it looks a bit sparse then its Tinsel Overload .
#17
OOS
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AJ`
SALLIE1ST
No longer available :-(
Try again...back in stock now..
I did, thanks, managed to get one, being delivered Tuesday. :-) All my children (now grown) have allergies so this will be perfect to keep them away (yep I am a Grinch lol)
#19
Tree-mendous.

I remember when Christmas trees were always just £1 a foot
Come to that when they were measured in feet!
#20
Ours turned up yesterday and I have to say I'm really pleased with it for the money. It's at least 1.5m high, including pot, rather than the 1-1.2m stated, and nicely bushy. A couple of the smaller lower branches broke but that may have been due to my struggle to remove the netting - it's quite a hefty awkward object. I'm going to keep it outside by the door with fairy lights on. Then in the new year plant it, pot and all, in the garden with the plan to dig it up again for next Christmas.

So thanks OP, I've been avoiding browsing Amazon deals this year and would have missed this if you hadn't posted - Merry Christmas!

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