Tesco Mini small real xmas tree with baby roots tesco £3 or the bigger 1s about 2ft for £10 with lights and a pot like this 1 but bigger
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Tesco Mini small real xmas tree with baby roots tesco £3 or the bigger 1s about 2ft for £10 with lights and a pot like this 1 but bigger

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Found 30th Nov 2013
tesco mini real xmas tree only £3 but they sell the bigger 1s for £10 with battery operated lights on and a pot like this but bigger with handles and in different colours hubby reckons they are around 1hlf -2ft :-)
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Original Poster

just took it out the pot and its got baby roots on so mabey I cud grow it to get it bigger for next yeat lol but how ?

Perfect for my sons grave x thank you

ideal thanks

saw these today. They are really pretty.

My mum bought a £10 one last year and after xmas she put it in the garden in the pot and it still looks great so she will be using it again this year. I bought the £3 one yesterday and put some small baubles and thin tinsel on it and it looks so cute hope i will also be able to re-use it next year.

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sharonfrankie

My mum bought a £10 one last year and after xmas she put it in the garden … My mum bought a £10 one last year and after xmas she put it in the garden in the pot and it still looks great so she will be using it again this year. I bought the £3 one yesterday and put some small baubles and thin tinsel on it and it looks so cute hope i will also be able to re-use it next year.

ive just brought the bigger 1 it is around 1ft hlf im hoping it grows for next year lol

What sort of trees are they?

How do you look after it?!..like watering and things? I have one but have lost the instructions

Keep away from draughts and heat, Keep moist but avoid overwatering, water sparingly during winter and do not allow to dry out. Hope this helps.

These were reduced to £1 yesterday so we brought a couple. How did people get on with growing it over the last 12 months? Really want to give it a go but not sure how to proceed. Keep indoors until spring?
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