Artificial Wild Rose Tree

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Categories: Plants, Office Plants, Trees, Flowering Trees

Reviews & Questions

Here's Everything You Need To Know

What options are there?

The artificial wild rose tree measures 160cm tall and ranges from 55cm – 80cm wide depending on how you arrange the foliage. Each tree holds 33 soft peach coloured roses and comes pre-potted in a small black starter pot measuring 28cm (Ø) x 23cm (h).

Will you be able to tell it’s not real?

This stunning faux rose tree features a mix of large peach roses and buds made from top quality silk for a super realistic look. It has several long branches which ‘grow’ from a thick trunk pre-potted to hold the tree together.

Where should you put it?

The wild rose tree would suit a large space in your home. It’s designed for indoor use only, therefore we don’t recommend using it in your garden. Re-pot it in a large decorative planter and put it in your living area, bathroom or hallway for a beautiful display nobody will be able to take their eyes off.

When the wild rose tree arrives, this is what you need to do:

  1. Unpack
  2. This faux tree will arrive in a strong cardboard box. The pot and foliage will be wrapped in additional protection to keep them safe during transit, this should be recycled as much as possible. When your wild rose tree arrives, open the box and remove your tree.

    In the unlikely event that your order arrives damaged, please let us know as soon as possible.

  3. Arrange
  4. Once you’ve taken your tree out of the packaging, you may notice that the foliage is slightly bunched together. This is a result of it being packed tightly in its box to ensure its safety. To correct this, simply bend out each frond into a more natural position until you are happy with its appearance. Run your fingers through the leaves to straighten out any creases and any remaining ones will drop out over the next few days. You can use our images above as a guide.

    For further guidance on how to arrange your wild rose tree, watch our step by step video guide here.

  5. Finishing touches
  6. The wild rose tree will arrive pre-potted into a small black starter pot. This keeps it stable and holds the tree together. The trunk is cemented into this so we wouldn’t suggest trying to remove it. After arranging the foliage we strongly recommend that you re-pot your artificial tree into something larger and more attractive. This will help it to blend into your existing interior décor and provide it with further support. To do this, place the tree and its starter pot into your new planter, fill in any gaps with earth, soil or sand and top with decorative stones.

    For more information on how to re-pot your faux tree, watch our video guide here.

What about ongoing maintenance?

Natural rose plants are among the most vulnerable to diseases and pests. Often they are plagued by powdery mildew, rose canker, rose mosaic virus and rose rosette which is extremely fatal. There isn’t much that can be done to stop these diseases other than removing the affected branches and hoping it doesn’t return.

The main advantage of artificial plants is that they’re incredibly easy to care for and require only very minimal care. You won’t need to water, prune, feed or treat your wild rose tree for pests and disease. Instead, you only need to give it a dust from time to time to prevent any build-up of dirt or debris. This only takes a minute or two and keeps your rose tree in top condition.

Did you know?

The world’s largest rose bush was planted in Arizona in 1885. Its canopy measures 790 square meters and its trunk has a circumference of around 3.6 meters.

Looking for something else?

If the wild rose tree isn’t what you’re looking for, view our full range of artificial flowering trees here.

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