How much is a flocked real Christmas tree?

How much is a flocked real Christmas tree?

Pricing $10/foot, plus cost of tree stand if not provided.

Tree Size Price
4 foot $40
5 foot $50
6 foot $60
7 foot $70

Are flocked Christmas trees still popular?

Flocked Christmas trees are growing in popularity each year because they look instead natural and non-traditional. Flocked trees are artificial Christmas trees with a generous dusting of artificial snow for those unfamiliar with a flocked tree.

Does a flocked tree last longer?

Fresh flocked trees have longer lifespans as the flocking locks in the moisture and preserves the needles. Although flocked trees do not require a water source, water will further preserve your tree.

How do you flock a real Christmas tree at home?

Here’s everything you need to know about how to flock a real or fake Christmas tree.

  1. Buy bagged flocking. Professionals use machines to spray on flocking, but you’ll be doing it by hand.
  2. Wet down the entire tree.
  3. Apply the flocking material.
  4. Wet the tree again.
  5. Let the tree dry.
  6. Bring your tree indoors to decorate.

Why is it called flocking?

Flocking is the process of depositing many small fiber particles (called flock) onto a surface. It can also refer to the texture produced by the process, or to any material used primarily for its flocked surface.

Are flocked trees more expensive?

How Much Do Flocked Christmas Trees Cost? Flocked Christmas trees can cost anywhere from $50 (really!) to upwards of $2000, depending on the size, brand, number of tips, and whether they are pre-lit or unlit. In general, they are a bit more expensive than the same tree without flocking, as you might expect.

Are flocked Christmas trees messy?

Store bought flocked Christmas trees are not too messy. You will notice some messiness when you take them out each year, and likely you’ll have some shedding as you put the lights on them, too. There is a process you can undergo to flock your own artificial tree, and let me tell you, that is messy!

Are flocked trees messy?

The process of flocking the tree is quite messy and I would definitely recommend doing it outside or in a basement or garage where a bit of mess isn’t such a problem. It can be done inside though if that is your only option; just be sure to cover your floor with a drop cloth first.

Whats the white stuff they put on Christmas trees?

If you notice white “flocking” on needles, twigs, or bark, it probably has adelgids. Adelgids are tiny, aphid-like insects that feed on plant sap and secrete cottony wax filaments around their bodies.

Can you spray flocking on a real tree?

You can start anywhere you want on the tree; it makes no difference. You basically spray a good amount of water onto a branch then sift the SnoFlock through the sifter on top of the branch. A good amount of it will catch and will look like snow on the brand.