Artificial Orange Tree
PLEASE NOTE THERE IS A 2 TO 3 WEEK LEAD TIME ON THIS ITEM
- Handbuilt in the UK
- Fitted to small starter pot
- Choose your own planter if you would like a potted tree
- 100% Botanically accurate
Height - 175cm (from bottom of travel pot to top leaf)
Width - 80-90cm
Foliage starts at 1m high
Travel pot height - 20cm
Artificial Orange Tree Description
Our artificial Orange tree is a handbuilt product, so its widths and appearance vary according to the height you select. The tree comes fitted to a small black starter pot as standard. If you would like a potted tree please select one of our stunning planters from the drop down menu. The foliage is a mixture of mid-green and dark green with a few lighter shades to replicate the new growth. The leaf structure is 100% botanically accurate. The artificial oranges are also made from a plastic that looks and feels real even to the touch.
Our faux Orange tree foliage is made from latex folaigeand is realistic to touch as well as being aesthetically pleasing. The stems are made from replica wood which gives a very realistic overall display.
Where can I use a Synthetic Orange tree?
Our fake orange tree is ideal for adding a touch of greenery to your home or office. This style of tree is both contemporary and traditional, complimenting both styles with equal measure. Please note, this tree is not UV stable, so we would advise you to use indoors only.
Our artificial orange tree as standard comes fitted to a small black starter pot. If you would like your tree potted into a more decorative planter, then please select one from the drop down menu. We will send you some pre-glued stones if you choose this option. Simply place the stones on the planter - they will set to a hard crust within 2-3 hours, giving a lovely overall display. If you purchase this tree as standard we will send you some potting instructions, should you wish to pot the tree into your own pot.
Interesting fact about Ficus Trees
Oranges were known as the fruits of the Gods. They were often referred as the ‘golden apples’ that Hercules stole.