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Artificial Trees Advantages

from: M. Phican




Choosing an artificial tree gives you a lot of advantages when
compared with real trees:



First of all, an artificial tree is a lot easier to maintain. It
doesn't need any water, fertilizer or sunlight - all it need is
to be cleaned once in a while.



An artificial tree does not need to be cut down as it will
always stay the same size. We all know how normal trees can
overgrow your home and create undesired shadows. Something like
that will not happen with an artificial tree.



Artificial trees can be planted everywhere. The climate doesn't
matter, you can have palm trees in Alaska if you want it
(although it might look a bit out of this world).



There will be no problem with insects and other animals. You
really have to be unlucky before your artificial tree becomes
the nest of a disgusting bug colony.



Finally, you can easily move your tree around if its not to big
or even pack it away for a few months. People bringing their
trees with them when they move are not unheard of.



Most artificial tree look very life like, but for the ultimate
experience it might be desirable to go for a preserved tree.
While artificial trees are normally made of plastic, a preserved
tree is made of natural materials around an empty trunk. The
natural materials will even make the artificial tree smell the
right way.



About the author:


M. Phican is very excited about artificial gardening and have
created a website dedicated to artificial trees and palm trees.
href="www.artificialtreeinfo.com">www.artificialtreeinfo.com">www.artificialtreeinfo.com






 



 

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