The holidays are right around the corner. What’s a celebration without your main decoration? This post has all the answers you need to that burning question: What is the best artificial tree to buy? We put together a Christmas tree buying guide that lists down everything you need to know.

Did you know that a tree is the perfect decoration for any occasion? ‘Tis always the season.

1. Know When and Where to Get a Christmas Tree

The main perk of shopping in stores or Christmas tree outlets is that you get to see and feel the “chosen one.” You can test out any technologies that come with it, too. However, prepare yourself for a potentially crazy crowd and slim pickings.

Surfing the web for choices may not let you see your tree up close and personal. But, know that you have a wide variety at your fingertips.

Tip: Before you click that checkout button, make sure to read up on the online store’s warranties and return policies. These should cover most defects, if any. Except of course for that last-minute decision change.

Whether you choose to buy your artificial Christmas tree at the mall or online, get the best bang for your buck. Quality trees don’t come cheap. Consider that Christmas trees can be used to decorate for any occasion all throughout the year. You need something that’s built to last.

Here are the best times to shop for an artificial Christmas tree:

  • Black Friday
  • Cyber Monday
  • Post-Christmas Sales
  • Christmas in July Sales
  • Clearance Season

Or, cut right to the chase and check out our colorful and green artificial Christmas trees on sale.

2. Choose Your Christmas Tree According to Height

The next thing to consider is the height of your Christmas tree. They come in various sizes to suit the available space you have at home.

Under 5.5 Foot Trees

Christmas tree buying guide height - under 5.5 feet

Short on space and a tabletop tree doesn’t cut it? You might want to consider one that’s 4 feet in height. Trees 5.5 feet and below are ideal for apartments with a low ceiling height.

Image and pencil tree theme by Jennifer Perkins

6 to 6.5 Foot Trees

Christmas tree buying guide height - 6 to 6.5 feet

If you have a little more space to spare, then why not opt for a tree that’s 6 to 6.5 feet? It won’t take up as much space as an average-sized Christmas tree, but it sure looks like one.

Image and Nutcracker decorating theme by Kara of A Kailo Chic Life

7 to 7.5 Foot Trees

Christmas tree buying guide height - 7 - 7.5 feet

Got enough room in your living area? Then go for the most common height: 7 to 7.5 feet.

Image and tropical tree decorating theme by Lizzy of The Connoisseur of Cute

8 to 9 Foot Trees

Christmas tree buying guide height 8-9 feet

If you want things a little extra, try out an 8 to 9-footer. Make sure you have enough ceiling space for this height range.

Image and jewel tones decorating theme by Jennifer Perkins

10 Foot and Up Trees

Christmas tree buying guide height - 10 feet & up

Ready to go all out with a tree that’s fit for a mall display? Try one that measures 10 feet or more. Just make sure you have enough floor space and ceiling height.

Image and gold and green decorating theme by Amy of A Nest for All Seasons

Think about it. What’s the use of having a beautiful Christmas tree if you and your guests don’t have room to party?

3. Pick the Right Christmas Tree Shape for Your Space

Height isn’t the only thing that matters when you’re considering the size of your tree. Christmas tree shapes define the overall width of your holiday centerpiece. There are three basic profiles: pencil, slim, and full Christmas trees. Treetopia has a fourth shape made for tight living spaces: our flatback and corner trees.

Full Christmas Trees

Christmas tree buying guide shapes - full

The most popular shape of them all is the full Christmas tree. The traditional profile reminds you of the real tree you had as a kid. What you need to consider is your floor area and ceiling height. You need to have a lot of space to spare.

Shown here is the Alexander Fir Christmas Tree.

Slim Christmas Trees

Christmas tree buying guide shapes - slim

A slim Christmas tree is an ideal choice for folks who want something that looks like a full one, but lack room.

Shown here is the Snowy Spruce Flocked Tree.

Pencil Christmas Trees

Go Christmas tree shopping for a white pencil tree

The unique profile of a pencil Christmas tree makes it a good option whether you have a huge or small space. It’s a statement piece through and through. In fact, it looks amazing decorated, lit up, or not.

Shown here is the Skim Milk Pencil Christmas Tree.

Flatback & Corner Christmas Trees

Christmas tree buying guide shapes - flatback tree

Finally, we have the space-saving wonders of the Christmas tree universe: flatback and corner trees. As their names suggest, they’re either half a tree or shaped to fit neatly in any corner. These trees work well for dorm rooms and tiny flats. Set one against a wall and enjoy more room to stack your presents.

Shown here is the My Better Half Christmas Tree.

Upside Down Christmas Tree

Christmas tree buying guide shapes - upside down tree

Here’s something that deserves an extra special mention: the upside-down Christmas tree. Say hello to more floor space and fun, fun, fun!

Shown here is the Knocked Upside Down Tree.

SUGGESTED READING:

The Complete Guide to Artificial Christmas Tree Shapes

4. Find What is the Best Christmas Tree, According to Foliage Type

So, you’ve made the decision to go for an artificial Christmas tree this year. This means you have more to choose from in terms of shape and color to express your unique style. Foliage should play a big role in your tree hunt. This Christmas tree buying guide explains what to look for.

  • Realistic PE Needles

PE Needles

Want a tree that looks like it belongs in a Christmas tree farm? Your best bet would be green foliage that’s made from PE (polyethelene) with just a small percentage of PVC (polyvinyl chloride). These will have guests saying, “This tree could have fooled me!” Check out our selection of Realistic Christmas Trees to see what we mean.

PVC Needles

One of the benefits of artificial Christmas trees is you can have one in any shade. Or, even one that has every hue of the rainbow. Colorful foliage is typically made from 100% PVC. It may not look as real as PE foliage but hey, realism isn’t the name of the game here. It’s COLOR. Oh, and did we forget to mention patterns? Go crazy for our colorful and patterned trees!

Tinsel Needles

If you want something that scores a 10 for shine, then cop a Christmas tree with foliage made from tinsel. It’s also a bonus when you’re going for that vintage vibe. Here’s a tip: choose a tinsel tree with needles that are flame-retardant like ours.

5. Decide Based on the Available Lighting Options

Next up on our Christmas tree buying guide is how to choose according to light type. The traditional or incandescent types of Christmas lights are clear, multicolor, and colorful. Then, there are LED lights, which come in clear, multicolor, and color-changing variants.

Traditional Christmas Tree Lights

  • How to choose a christmas tree with clear lights
    Clear Incandescent Lights

If you want an old-fashioned Christmas, then traditional clear lights are the way to go. You can also opt for the multicolor type to take all that green foliage up a notch with lights in different hues. Finally, colorful lights come in the same shade as your tree’s foliage for a consistent look. Some of our pre-lit colorful trees have light strings in the same color as the foliage and the lights. Pretty amazing, right?

LED Christmas Tree Lights

Color-changing LED lights on a green tree

The great thing about LED lighting is that it’s an energy saver. Plus, color-changing variants let you switch from clear lights to multicolored ones. It’s all in the settings.

Treetopia’s Color Blast technology lets you play around with speed and brightness using a nifty remote control. Pressed for time? Choose from any of the pre-set options.

6. Know What is the Best Christmas Tree to Buy, Based on Budget & Features

How different is a $350 tree from one priced at $89 or $600? Aside from the size and light options, various factors set them apart. Look at details like branch tip and light count, foliage quality, and special features.

For instance, if you’re dreaming of a magical tree that “sets itself up,” you might want to consider our Grow & Stow Christmas trees. This feature allows a tree to expand and compress with a remote control or foot pedal. A 7.5-foot Portland Pine with this tech originally costs $1,589.

If you’re decided on going colorful, we’ve got a tree-mendous variety from all colors of the spectrum. To narrow your options, we’ve grouped them into three levels of awesome: Essentials, Premium, and Luxe.

Treetopia Christmas Tree Buying Guide - Product Collections Essentials Premium Luxe

Essentials Collection

Essentials - Lavender Latte Christmas Tree
Essentials – Lavender Latte Tree
Essentials - Sunset Orange Christmas Tree
Essentials – Orange Tree
Essentials - Baby Blue Tree
Essentials – Baby Blue Tree
Essentials - Candy Apple Red Tree
Essentials – Candy Apple Red Tree
Treetopia Essentials - Cranberry Crush Christmas Tree
Essentials – Cranberry Crush Tree
Essentials - Black Tree
Essentials – Black Tree
Treetopia Essentials - Purple Groove
Essentials – Purple Groove Tree
Treetopia's Solid Gold Tree
Essentials – Solid Gold Tree

This wide assortment of slim trees is the perfect starter for your colorful tree journey. We recommend them for apartments with limited spaces and as a secondary tree.

All items from the Essentials line are LED-lit for your convenience. They come in a variety of charming pastels and vibrant shades. Heights from 4 to 8 feet available.

Premium Collection

Rainbow Unicorn Christmas Tree
Rainbow Unicorn Christmas Tree
Light blue Christmas tree
It’s Azure Thing Blue Christmas Tree
Gold Christmas tree with a pencil shape
Struck Gold Pencil Tree
100% Orange Christmas Tree
100% Orange Christmas Tree
Stiletto Black Pencil Christmas Tree
Stiletto Black Pencil Tree
Red Red Pine Christmas Tree
Red Red Pine Tree
Treetopia's Silver Stardust Christmas Tree
Silver Stardust Christmas Tree
Color Carnival Flocked Tree
Color Carnival Flocked Tree

If you’re looking for trees with more unique looks, shop from our Premium trees. These come in full, narrow, or pencil shapes and heights up to 12 feet to suit any space.

Pick unlit for flexibility in decorating or select from various lighting options, including the Color Blast Technology. It lets you switch from traditional steady glow to animated light shows for the holidays.

Luxe Collection

Luxe Pure Platinum Christmas Tree
Luxe Pure Platinum Tree
Luxe Black Beauty Christmas Tree
Luxe Black Beauty Tree
Luxe Mont Blanc Christmas Tree
Luxe Mont Blanc Tree
Luxe La Vie En Rose Pink Christmas Tree
Luxe La Vie En Rose Tree
Treetopia Branded Storage Bag
Treetopia Storage Bag

Pull out all the stops with a holiday centerpiece from our top-of-the-line collection. Luxe Christmas trees come pre-lit with full silhouettes and color-matched metal tree stands.

They’re equipped with Quick Set technology to make set-up a breeze. Tree storage bag included, too. These are trees fit for a holiday queen or king.

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Take our quiz to find the right Christmas tree for you!

7. Color Christmas Your Way

Many of us grew up with a Christmas tree in classic green. Some of us want to keep with decorating tradition, which we think is wonderful. Just so you know, there’s a whole range of tree colors to match the one-of-a-kind decorating theme you have up your sleeve. This Christmas tree buying guide was designed to help you choose according to color.

Green for the Win

Balsam Spruce Tree with colorful LED lights

It’s that tree out of your favorite Christmas story. Or, a life-sized version of the one in your prized snow globe passed down from one generation to the next. Go for a Christmas tree in traditional green.

Pictured here is the Color Blast Balsam Spruce.

Positively Pink

Ombre Christmas tree with different shades of pink

Today, a pink Christmas tree screams more than girl power. It’s a fresh and fun way to decorate for any occasion. Use one to symbolize the good things in life. Most especially harmonious and affectionate relationships that matter. Pump it up with our pink Christmas tree selection.

Shown here is the Strawberry Milkshake Ombre Tree.

Wonderful in White

Moonlight White Christmas Tree

Want to fulfill the ultimate Christmas dream? Look no further than a white Christmas tree. Any color theme you choose in terms of ornaments will pop against this backdrop. It’s also a clean-looking choice for modern homes. Wake up to a white Christmas with one of our trees

Shown here is the Moonlight White Christmas Tree.

Shine in Silver

Treetopia Essentials - Silver Bells Tree

Pick a silver Christmas tree if you’re going for a retro or space-age vibe. Whether you leave it bare or jazz it up with decorations, it’s a stunner. It looks amazing in an area with a white and gray color palette. Add some decorating shimmer with a silver Christmas tree.

Shown here is the Treetopia Essentials – Silver Bells Tree.

Gold for Glam

Treetopia's Gold Rush Christmas Tree

The real party starts with a gold Christmas tree. Use it as a centerpiece for Christmas, New Year’s Eve, or any event that calls for a whole lotta glam. Bring on the glitz with a gold Christmas tree.

Shown here is the Gold Rush Christmas Tree.

Yes, to Yellow or Orange

Treetopia's Little Miss Sunshine Yellow Tree

A sight for sore eyes, yellow and orange Christmas trees let the sunshine into any room. If you’re decorating for summer or fall, these are good options. Keep things bright and fun with a yellow or orange Christmas tree.

Shown here is the Essentials – Little Miss Sunshine Yellow tree.

Ring it In with Red

Lipstick Red Christmas Tree

A red Christmas tree is a strong design statement. Use one if you think your living area needs a burst of color. It adds instant pizzazz just like your favorite shade of red lipstick. Rev up your holidays with a red Christmas tree.

Shown here is the Lipstick Red Tree.

Dreamy in Blue or Purple

Essentials - True Blue Tree

Purple and blue Christmas trees are unusual and unique like you. These are brave color choices you won’t regret as they set a calm and cool mood to any room. Polish your decorating theme with blue and purple Christmas trees.

Shown here is the Essentials – True Blue Tree.

Back in Black

Luxe Black Beauty Christmas Tree

The opposite of white but similar in effect is the black Christmas tree—it’s every bit as striking and versatile. It’s a Halloween crowd pleaser, too. Make a bold statement with a black Christmas tree.

Shown here is the Luxe Black Beauty Tree.

Play with Patterns

The Original Rainbow Tree by Treetopia

Not satisfied with one color? Go for two or more with a patterned tree. Dress your tree like a candy cane, celebrate the 4th of July with a bang, or stand proud for Pride Month. You can’t go wrong with a patterned tree. Shake things up with a patterned Christmas tree.

Shown here is the The Original Rainbow Tree™.

8. Make Christmas Tree Care a Priority

No Christmas tree buying guide would be complete without tips on how to care for your holiday centerpiece. You bought the tree and decorated it for the holidays, now you need to keep it in tip-top shape for years to come.

How to clean an artificial Christmas tree with Colorful Megan
Image by Colorful Megan

We’re including a list of tree care how-tos in our Christmas tree buying guide to help you out. Click on each to learn more:

We hope our Christmas Tree Buying Guide makes choosing the right artificial tree so much easier. Share this post with people you think need a hand this holiday season. Have a happy and stress-free one ahead!

540 Comments

  1. MDee_Treetopia Reply

    Hi Kathy,

    The width of our trees is measured across the bottom of the tree (at its widest part), from side to side or front to back (the diameter of the widest branch). Widths can vary between 1-3 inches, depending on how you shape your tree. These measurements are taken when the tree us fully fluffed and the branches have all be shaped and extended out.

    We hope this helps.

    Best,
    Maxine

    • I need a slim tree. I keep it up all year and decorate for different holidays throughout the year.

    • Catherine B Reply

      Thinking about different color schemes was helpful. I’ve always wanted a fun pink tree but white could also achieve the style I’m looking for!

    • Melody belonga Reply

      The cleaning tips were very useful. I had no idea how to clean one. We live on a dirt road next to a railroad track now, so lots of dust. Thank you for the information.

      • All of these trees are so beautiful. Love the rainbow colored trees the most ♡

    • james dunphy Reply

      I love the tips for storing my tree. A tree never goes back in the box it came in.

    • Alexa Spath Reply

      Very important tip for Christmas tree care, you want to get the most out of your tree each year!

    • Thanks for the tip on when to buy and some unconventional ideas for a second tree.

    • Elizabeth Tunstall Reply

      I have 7 foot ceilings what height of tree do I need and have little space but have 5 grandchildren

      • Charity Lynn Moore Reply

        I appreciate being able to color Christmas my way. There’s so much pressure to keep it red or green but I like being open to color

    • The best tip is number 7. It’s something that most people don’t know about.

    • Joyetta Perry Reply

      Coloring Christmas your way gives people a variety ofstyles according to each ones style. That is awesome!!!

    • Becky Marstella Reply

      Love the tips on cleaning my artificial tree! I never thought to use a vacuum. I guess because I figured I would damage it. Thanks for the advice.

    • I never thought to look up how to Clean and fluff an Artificial Christmas Tree. I never thought to clean the tree I just take it down and put it away. Glad I read this.

    • I love the variety of colors sizes and shapes. I’m always excited about creating Christmas out of colors that are not typically green and red.

    • Dee Johnson Reply

      Love the info on this: Know What is the Best Christmas Tree to Buy, Based on Budget & Features 🙂

    • Kris Heimburger Reply

      Loved the points about trees for small spaces, as a 4ft. Tree. Really beautiful colors to brighten up a college dorm room.

    • Not124getul8r Reply

      I think the best tip is how to pick the right tree for your space. Thank you for all of the wonderful tips you gave us in this article.

    • Jordan Boyer Reply

      I think it’s so helpful to the names of the types of needles and shapes and styles laid out like this! Definitely helps knowing what you’re looking for a lot easier.

    • Would love some tips on how to have a tree in an RV 😬 full time RVer

    • Deedee Brown Reply

      Wow I love all the tips but the one about the lighting is most helpful

    • Courtney Sheyko Reply

      I didn’t realize tree shape would make a difference. Thank you!

    • I found the tip on height the most valuable for me. Every year I tend to get a tree to short for my living room and it doesnt look great!

    • Munira Morris Reply

      I like the tip on shape, it made me reconsider how to choose a tree for our space.

    • Susan LeGalley Reply

      THE TREE HAS TO BE JUST RIGHT . NOT TOO TALL BUT ALSO NICE & FULL LOTS OF CANDY CANES .

    • Susan LeGalley Reply

      TIP # 2

      THE TREE HAS TO BE JUST RIGHT . NOT TOO TALL BUT ALSO NICE & FULL LOTS OF CANDY CANES .

  2. Susan Kelleher Reply

    Which is your fullest tree – the kind with the fewest gaps between the branches?

    • MDee_Treetopia Reply

      Hi Susan,

      Thank you for your interest in a Treetopia Christmas tree! We recommend the Alexander Fir Tree – one of our fullest and best selling trees, which you can find here: http://bit.ly/2iCNszu. Please always remember that the first time you assemble and shape your tree will require the most shaping to give the tree its full lush appearance.

      All of our trees come in sections and not individual branches. If you’re still curious about what we have to offer, you can view our trees at http://bit.ly/1G2uMRg

      We wish you the best of luck in your hunt for the perfect tree!

      If there is anything else we can help you with, please contact us by sending an email to online@treetopia.com

      • Kandie Davies Reply

        Thank you for the reminder when choosing a tree maker sure it fits your spaces and allows you to have room to party. Something I forget that when seeing a gorgeous full tree.

  3. I found this blog super helpful as far as picking the right tree for our space. We transitioned from an apartment to buying a house so now we have much more space to decorate! Very helpful!

  4. Vanessa Herrera Reply

    I currently have a 7.5 red tree that I absolutely love. Does the ombré black/ gold combo come in the full tree or just the skinnier ones?

    • loved all your information but mine was when and where plus size I’m not to good at naming what kind of tree it is thanks for the information

  5. Hattie Everett Reply

    I appreciate the section on when to buy a Christmas tree. Very informative. I also love all your different types of trees.

  6. Great tips! I never thought to venture outside of a normal tree shape/height and color!

  7. Like the tips you gave ! Things I haven’t thought about. I need to replace our 20 year old tree so these tips helped.

  8. Loved the tips but especially the one about finding the right foliage. I knew I always loved the real Christmas tree look but never knew the names of the different foliage.

  9. Kimmee Schenck Reply

    Christmas Tree Care! We’ve never owned a fake tree and would definitely need to know how to care for one for years to come! I love the Winter White trees since it doesn’t snow where we live.

  10. Leianna Kirkland Reply

    Thanks for the tips on how to get an out shape tree looking good again

    • Barbara Tryon Reply

      My favorite tip is when to buy an artificial tree and know your budget.

  11. Renell Fulton Reply

    The tips on how to choose the right type of tree by the needles was helpful I didn’t know that

  12. JEANETTE H SHEETS Reply

    love allof these beautiful trees!7. Make Christmas Tree Care a Priority
    i found to be very helpfulthanks

  13. B.J. Bernal Reply

    It’s very important to pick the right height and size for the area you are working with.

    • I loved the tip on choosing the right Christmas tree according to height – so useful!

    • Betty Duncan Reply

      Thanks for the tips! ESPECIALLY how to fluff! 🎄🎄🎄🎄🎄🎄🎄

    • Courtney Carroll Reply

      I think the most helpful is knowing the right shape of tree for your space

  14. Athena Graeme Reply

    I love the storage tips. We try to keep our trees a long time. We used to just put them back in the box.

  15. Thomas Ticknor Reply

    Picking the right tree heigjt is always important. Thanks for the great tips.

  16. Kylene Leon Reply

    A room that gets extremely hot in the summer (like the attic) isn’t a wise choice. Your tree’s foliage may lose it’s bright color.  Never knew this tip.

  17. Sherazad Kurwa Reply

    “First, set a realistic budget according to price range. Then, check your options. It’s the smart way to shop whether it’s online or not.” This is a very useful tip! Thank you!

  18. Kristy Wolfgang Reply

    Know when and where to buy tree is the best tip, because I like to save when I can.

    • Love all the different blogs from. Finding the right folage to the lighting options so cool!

  19. Linda C Moore Reply

    I found that the information on the warenty and guaranty was the most significant .

  20. I found the article enlightening – taking care of your tree was especially informative. We have been considering an upside down tree to help guide our cats away from the pretty ornaments.

  21. Gerald Dillon Reply

    Christmas is the most special time of year and quite frankly any of the Treetoia trees would look wonderful in our house

  22. Jaqueline Sanchez Reply

    I find the find the right size tree. I can’t tell you how many times I have had to modify a tree to fit.

    • Make Christmas tree care a priority! Many fires are started because the tree becomes too dry and brittle and the lights can start it.

  23. Learning that clear lights are used to make my tree the classic old fashioned Christmas Tree.

  24. Donna Evans Reply

    Thanks for all the info especially where and when to buy and tiips of tree care

  25. Tammy Catterton Reply

    So many awesome trees take care of branches keep clean from dust so on by wiping them so gentle

  26. Diane Warstler Reply

    The tip I found most helpful was: Make sure to read up on the online store’s warranties and return policies.

  27. I appreciated the tip on choosing the tree with the right lights. The color blast remote is perfect for someone like me who likes to change her mind a lot! lol I like that it creates options for multi-year and multi-season use.

  28. I enjoyed all the wonderful tips, but especially enjoyed the tips on how to care for an artificial tree, including cleaning and storage.

  29. Kimberly Newcomb Reply

    picking the right tree for the space and i love the upside down tree…with a new kitten this year it might be a must have!

  30. Darla Peduzzi Reply

    I find the How to pick the right foliage tip very helpful. Thanks,

  31. Melissa Mazzur Reply

    My favorite tip is First, set a realistic budget according to price range. Then, check your options. It’s the smart way to shop whether it’s online or not.

  32. I appreciate the storage tips I always just try to get the tree back into the box but it never quite goes as plan.

  33. Michele Pineda Reply

    may of these tips are helpful, but finding the right shaped tree for your space definitely is helpful.

  34. Luanne Lawler Reply

    The tip on picking one for the correct space. I always wanted the fullest tree but after years of breaking ornaments because you brushed by it trying to get around, I figured it out.

  35. Jerry Lafferty Reply

    I never even knew a flat or corner tree existed, I will most certainly be looking into this option more thoroughly. Thanks for all the wonderful insight.

  36. Roberta Barragan Reply

    I had never seen so much information about Christmas trees all neatly summarized in one awesome article! But an upside down tree seems to come directly from magic…❤️

    • Melinda Gaines Reply

      I founnd the section on foliage the most helpful. I like a realistic tree so I’d want a PE tree

  37. Janet Fletcher Reply

    Love your trees! I found the How to maintain an artificial tree part to be very helpful.

  38. “Pick the Right Christmas Tree Shape for Your Space” is one I wish I had thought about before I bought my tree!

  39. Penny Branson LeBaron Reply

    he storage and care tips were so helpful, thank you!

  40. I love the tips on picking the right shape of tree to fit your space!

  41. Dana Matthews Reply

    Hard to decide, but I pick lighting, simply because, I get so much enjoyment out of lights. The Color Blast technology sounds awesome!

  42. Marilyn Holt Reply

    I have the Pencil Tree when we lived in a small space but now that we have moved I would love a bigger tree. This was awesome to read and now I know what to look for and narrowed down to a few of which one I want to buy.

  43. 6. Pick the Tree Color That’s Right for You-was very helpful, because I need to know my options!

  44. Sabrina Williams Reply

    You have some really great tips here! My favorite tip is choosing the right size for your home, picking a tree for the space that you have avaliable! Your trees are so beautiful!

  45. Tamra Phelps Reply

    The tip on when to buy is the most helpful one for me. Knowing when I’m most likely to get a good price is always nice.

  46. I am looking for a new tree this year so I appreciate the tip on the best time to buy a tree online. None of the trees in store are what I am looking for so I also needed to know to check out the return policy of an online store.

  47. kelly light Reply

    the tips on choosing size was very helpful. I just moved into a small cabin. I need to think about these things.

  48. Tenley Erickson Reply

    This was great information and really helpful. I really appreciated the tips on finding the right foliage type. It really does make a difference in the appearance of the tree! Thank you for the tips:)

  49. Sue Brandes Reply

    I live in a smaller space so the right size tree was very helpful.

  50. I lIke the article on how to pick the right shape of Christmas tree.

  51. Linda Meranda Reply

    Choosing according to height has always been an issue. Thanks for the tips.

  52. Timothy Helmer Reply

    we’ve always bought real trees but were done! stick a fork in me! All the needles to pick up blah,blah,blah! Please make our HOLIDAY TREETOPIA!

  53. Best advice is to choose based on height! Amazing how many times we messed that up with real trees and had to lop off the top. Wouldn’t want that with an artifical tree that lasts a lifetime.

  54. Tashia Gilbert Reply

    Even though; it is artificial, I still want to know how to care for an artificial tree.

  55. Lynn Wittner- Chaidez Reply

    How to choose the correct size of the tree was very helpful. We live in a ranch-style home and in the past, the tree either took up way too much room or was too small for the amount of space.

  56. Melinda Berlin Reply

    They are all so beautiful, that’s the hardest part in choosing.

  57. Kathleen Carpenter Reply

    Thank you for all the great ideas and tips! Your trees are so real looking and really pretty

  58. Nancy Schneider Reply

    Pick the Right Christmas Tree Shape for Your Space included helpful information as I plan this year’s decorations.

  59. Tina Mitchell Reply

    You have a lot of good tips, but the most helpful for me is to make your christmas tree care a top priority as that is great advice. I have invested in an artificial tree and I want to preserve it for as long as possible.

  60. Gal Colleen Reply

    I think choosing a tree by shape was helpful, usually I just do it by height.

  61. Rhonda Hall Reply

    The information on the different types of trees is very helpful and the selection is amazing.

  62. Patricia Cucina Reply

    i enjoyed reading all the tips…it’s like a refresher course, even for us oldsters who never got a course (we just kinda learned through “osmosis”). I especially like the tips on foliage types.

  63. Monica Kirkham Reply

    Choosing your Christmas Tree according to height is very helpful to me, and advice I needed to hear! I gravitate towards large, magnificent trees, but I currently simply don’t have the space for that.

  64. Paula Davis Reply

    Thanks for all the great information on how to choose a tree. It was extremely helpful,

    • Clifford Plummer Reply

      Choosing the right tree for your space had a lot of great tips and things I hadnt tnought of

  65. Patricia Mormile Reply

    Thank you for the information! I really like the tip about the different types of foliage.

  66. Timothy Mormile Reply

    I never knew there were flat back trees available but that would work perfect in our living room

  67. Crystal Walker Reply

    I love the how to pick the right size tree, not all families can have a big tree and this helps them decide whats best for them, thank you

  68. Thanks for sharing the maintaining tips. I want to be able to keep my tree for a long time.

    • The tips on care and cleaning were great. I had never thought of vacuuming my tree!

  69. Susan Simon Reply

    Artificial trees are brand new to me. I already know how to pick a tree for my space, and I know about lights. Find the Right Foliage Type was the most useful for me.

  70. Julie Flora Reply

    Thank you for the tips on how to get my out of shape tree back into shape!

  71. Elizabeth Elrod Reply

    I appreciate the how to maintain your tree. It will help me so much this year.

  72. Estella Osorio Reply

    I love all the tips you gave us. I love decorating my Christmas Tree every year.

  73. diane sabatini Reply

    Picking the right size for your room is a good tip; never really thought about it. I usually just made the space.

  74. sarra wheeler Reply

    First, set a realistic budget according to price range. Then, check your options. It’s the smart way to shop whether it’s online or not.

  75. I found the storage tips the most helpful, especially since living in an apartment.

  76. nathan wheeler Reply

    Tip: Before you click that checkout button, make sure to read up on the online store’s warranties and return policies. These should cover most defects, if any. Except of course for that last-minute decision change.

  77. Kelly Stokes Reply

    Thanks so much for all the helpful tips. I did not realize there were so many different types of artificial needles. I will keep this in mind when I buy my tree.

  78. Rachel Edmunson Reply

    This was kind of a refresher course but I really loved all the tips you gave this year! I really enjoyed the tips for picking the right tree for your space!

  79. Marlene Cantu Reply

    How to pick the perfect tree for the space it will go. Thanks

  80. Sara Alvaro Reply

    I love the video on how to clean an artificial tree. I was always afraid to do it/

  81. Jacqueline Smith Reply

    Choose Your Christmas Tree According to Height, is an awesome tip, because I definitely don’t want to buy a tree to short or too tall.

  82. Mare Rozzelle Reply

    The care and storage tips were really helpful. Some day I may think outside the box and get myself a purple tree!

  83. Leisa Humble Reply

    Thanks! I did not realize there were so many differences! This really helps!

  84. Cristy Ridey Reply

    I like the tip Know When and Where to Buy Your Artificial Christmas

  85. Anita Corrow Reply

    How to Maintain an Artificial Tree is the most helpful and best tip. RIP to my prior trees that I didn’t maintain

  86. Brittany Deaver Reply

    Lots of great info here! I found the information on caring for an artificial tree especially informative.

  87. Brenda Williamson Reply

    All the tips were good. I loved the tips in Find the Right Foliage Type. I prefer a green tree because it is the best choice for a limited budget. Your tip on chooing the PE foliage will definitely help me choose a beautiful tree.

  88. The information on deciding how to pick the right height tree is very helpful..

  89. All the information on the different trees is important to select the perfect tree for my home. Thank you!

    • Linnzie Pieper Reply

      Love the Wonderful in White tree ! The cleaning tips for an artificial tree are super helpful,thank you!

  90. Rochelle Hamby Reply

    favorite tip: choose a tinsel tree with needles that are flame-retardant like ours.

  91. Jennie Grayson Reply

    I really appreciate all of the very helpful information. My husband and I are looking to buy a new tree because we are finally able to decorate the way we want. We have lived for 5 years with others and haven’t had a place to decorate and call our own. So the information contained here helps us to see which tree is best for our apartment. Thank you!

  92. AK Sullivan Reply

    Love the tip about picking a silver Christmas tree if you’re going for a retro or space-age vibe. Silver trees are my favorite!

  93. Dawn Harris Reply

    Thank you for describing the difference in the needles of artificial trees. Also, love the care tips!

  94. Milly Voskanyan Reply

    I feel that less is more. I don’t like smothering my tree with tons of ornaments.

  95. Allison Gilbert Reply

    Great tips about branching out to other heights and colors.

  96. Marian Simmons Reply

    I liked learning about the different types of trees, and picking the right shape!

  97. Jenny Stafford Reply

    Finding the right Foliage type is the most Helpful tip for me!!! Thank You!!!

  98. Lisa Lawton Reply

    I love every tree pictured!! So many great designs and colors!

  99. I really like #6 Pick the Tree Color That’s Right for You! Great information and advice!

  100. i love the frosty flocked christmas tree .i look so so pretty,real looking to me

  101. It’s always good to know how to keep an artificial tree looking good over the years.

  102. Jonathan Post Reply

    I didn’t know they had upside down trees! That was the best tip for me.

  103. Choose Your Christmas Tree According to Height was the most helpful tip for me.

  104. Shawn Stover Reply

    Love the tips on picking the right shape of tree to fit your space

  105. Elizabeth Wiggs Reply

    All these tips are very useful especially on choosing the right foliage type and hoe to store and maintain my tree!

  106. Maureen Blatz Reply

    To me the shape of the tree is very important a full tree all over

  107. Stacy Bennett Reply

    I found reading about how to choose the right tree for the space helpful!

  108. Kathy Robbins Reply

    I love the section about picking the right shape tree for your space; I had no idea that there are “corner” trees!! What a game changer for people with small spaces but love a fuller looking tree! Awesome!

  109. I liked tip #3. I had no idea there were so many different types of trees – a flat back corner tree? Who knew!

  110. Wendy Browne Reply

    I like the tip of selecting tree shape. I’m in a small apartment.

    • Really like the yellow, pink and blue trees. My favorite is the Balsam Spruce.

  111. KATHRYN TEEL Reply

    To choose according to height, you won’t believe the mistakes I’ve made in the past when I didn’t measure things and just because they look small or like they’d fit in the store doesn’t mean it will!

  112. Sarah Lanum Reply

    The corner tree is a fantastic idea! I’m usually a traditionalist but the blue/purple tree is magical!

  113. Very good idea to check on the warranty and return policies. Most people do not check this out!!

  114. Mary Freburger Reply

    My favorite tip is Pick the Right Christmas Tree Shape for Your Space
    I never thought of that before but it makes complete sense. I use to just buy whatever tree I liked. Picking a tree that goes with the space will definitely tie everything together.

  115. Evelyn Frierson Reply

    I love that Christmas trees can be used to decorate for any occasion.

  116. Julie M. Feldermann Reply

    Wow! So many tips, so little time!! Thank you for all of them.

  117. Rajee Pandi Reply

    Love t his tip : Before you click that checkout button, make sure to read up on the online store’s warranties and return policies. These should cover most defects, if any. Except of course for that last-minute decision change.

  118. Susan LeFever Reply

    I loved the tip about getting a corner tree! That would be great in my space!

  119. Roberta Thompson Reply

    I appreciate the tips on choosing the right height. We have very low ceilings.

  120. Melanie Johnson Reply

    I like the tip about choosing the right Christmas tree shape.

  121. Wendy Bloink Reply

    Great tips on selecting the right size and shape for your space

  122. Susan Piaggio Reply

    All these tips are so welcome this year. Real trees are in short supply so we’re in the market for a lifetime-lasting artificial tree. Thanks, Treetopia!!

  123. Amanda Whitley Reply

    i found the tip for cleaning your tree to be helpful..mine always gets dirty during storage.

  124. Michelle Dennis Reply

    I found many of the tips helpful, lots of great information.

  125. I really appreciate the tips on how to fluff an artificial tree as well as how to clean & store it.

  126. 2. Choose Your Christmas Tree According to Height. We purchased a tree last year at a great price but never looked at the height. 9 ft with 8ft ceilings

  127. Absolutely love the different colors and styles of trees you have to offer! I’d personally do a white one and decorate for all the holidays throughout the year 🙂

  128. i bought my most recent xmas tree on clearance it was suggested by my mother n a best gf so u got that one definately right it worked for me found the bargain i was looking for wound up getting a expensive tree that has the snow trim on it and gave bout a third of the price so thanks

  129. Good tips on how to maintain an artificial tree. I would like to keep my tree for a long time to be environmentally friendly and save money. Thank you.

  130. Monica Rivera Reply

    How to Choose According to Height is the perfect tip for my home. Thank you for going into details so I am able to pick out the perfect tree!

  131. bonnie newman Reply

    What you need to consider is your floor area and ceiling height was a great tip

  132. nejordan5555 Reply

    4. Find the Right Foliage Type is the best tip for me because I love the realistic look and with some evergreen scent, it’s perfect for the holidays.

  133. Johnna Toran Reply

    I love the advice about how to maintain your artificial tree.

  134. So many magical colors and styles of trees. I love the pink metallic trees the most!

  135. Theresa Jenkins Reply

    thanks for all the tips …the one I use the most is #3. Pick the Right Christmas Tree Shape for Your Space

  136. How many years can you use an artificial tree? These are very beautiful!!

    • Hi Tammy! An Artificial Christmas Tree lasts a very long time with proper care and storage. Treetopia trees are backed by a 5-year foliage and 2-year light warranty, so you’re sure to enjoy your tree for many years! Check out how to take care of your Artificial Christmas tree here: https://bit.ly/3qQW8FD

  137. Yasmin Leon Reply

    I found the tips on the different foliage types very useful. Is good to know you can have a real-looking artificial tree.

  138. Vladimir Galasa Reply

    3. Pick the Right Christmas Tree Shape for Your Space
    def good idea for smaller apartment like mine

  139. The Alexander Fir Christmas Tree is perfect. When I was a child, all Christmas trees were green and fresh. This one looks like the trees from my childhood but appears to be much less trouble.

  140. These are some awesome tips for picking the right tree for your home.

  141. Amanda Lantz Reply

    These trees give me great inspiration on how Christmas can look. Thanks!

  142. Jennifer D. Reply

    The picking the right shape section was the most helpful to me. I never knew there were so many options. I’ve also seen a couple of them mentioned on other sites and had no idea what they meant.

  143. Jennylyn Gross Reply

    Pick the Right Christmas Tree Shape for Your Space was interesting

  144. Jasmine Martin Reply

    I love buying Christmas trees during a sale like Black Friday or Cyber Monday. You can definitely save some money.

  145. Tracy Suzanne D Reply

    I really appreciated the tip on how to clean an artificial tree. I’m ashamed to say that I’d never thought about cleaning them before. I’ll be using this tip for sure this year and many others as well.

  146. Thank you! This is such helpful information, especially when to buy a tree and what kind of trees there are.

  147. Jo Alice Mospan Reply

    like the information about choosing the height of your tree

  148. Choosing the right Christmas Tree for your space! I have made that mistake more than once and learned from the experience!

  149. Sharon LeCompte Reply

    Storage of my tree is so helpful. Love the variety of trees you have, so many colors and designs.

  150. Autumn Sirmeyer Reply

    All these trees are so beautiful and so fun! I am so happy these exist!

  151. Using pencil trees for decorating make a beautiful statement without taking up the entire room. This is a tip I have started using and I am able to put 2 pencil trees in my living room, one in each window and it is beautiful

  152. Rachel Karolyi Reply

    I found the tip on lighting availability the most helpful. I always seems to think of lighting as a second thought. Very helpful! I love love your unique tree and color offerings! I’d love to create a vintage theme in my front room with the blue colored ones!

    • Jenna Frost