Do you live in a small space, but still want a Christmas tree to enjoy the holidays? There are plenty of desktop trees to choose from. Check out these real Christmas trees for small spaces in a collaborative post with PlantingTree.
What is PlantingTree?
PlantingTree is an online garden store based out of North Carolina. They have a variety of trees and shrubs, ready to ship to you, no matter where you are located!
You will get your plants safely transported to you, fitted snugly in a box. The potted plants are ready to plant when you get them.
Desktop Christmas Trees
These potted Christmas trees make the perfect decor for a table or small space, where a live tree just won’t fit. These also make great gifts to give.
Have a larger pot for your tree to grow in if you plan on keeping it in your garden after the holidays. If there is no hole in the bottom, drill one for the water to drain out.
Make sure to give your tree plenty of water when you first bring it home. If you plan on keeping your Christmas tree indoors, get a saucer or purchase a houseplant pot with a saucer so that water does not spill onto the table or floor when you water your miniature real Christmas tree.
A popular trend over the past few years is to fashion certain herb plants into trees. This rosemary Christmas tree is a beautiful example. You get to enjoy a miniature Christmas tree that smells great!
Read about other herbs you can grow in your garden by checking my article about how to grow herbs.
Christmas cactus is a succulent that blooms beautiful flowers in red, pink, and other colors. This is a great choice for a small Christmas tree for those who want to enjoy something that requires little work.
Want to enjoy succulents all year long? Then read about some rare succulents you can add to your garden.
A camellia can also make a great tabletop Christmas tree. This October Magic Camellia has been trimmed in the shape of a tree. At the right time, it will bloom beautiful flowers for you to enjoy.
A camellia is one of many shrubs you can enjoy in your garden. Here are more popular shrubs that are easy to grow and enjoy in your garden.
A pine tree is a common type of tree used to display ornaments in your home during the holidays. This Norfolk Island Pine tree is a great example of a Christmas tree in miniature form.
The Cypress tree comes complete with a huge, red bow, ready to display at your holiday dinner. Add holiday ornaments or display as shown. It looks just like its larger counterpart too!
Another tree that is decorated and displayed around Christmas is the juniper. This Bluepoint juniper tree is just a few feet tall and will look great on your patio or kitchen table.
Another type of Christmas that is popular during the holidays is the spruce tree. The miniature Colorado Spruce tree is small enough to fit on a table and is just like the larger kind, but smaller and great for small spaces.
Real Christmas Trees for Small Spaces
As you can see, there are plenty of plants and trees to choose from to fit a small apartment or space in your home. These plants will also make great additions to your outdoor garden.
Which real Christmas trees do you want to display in your home? Let me know in the comments section below!