I think we are all ready to kick 2020 out and move in with 2021 and some optimism for a change, but before we do that we're all desperately hoping that we can finish off the year with a holiday season that isn't totally garbage. So, what are the 2020 Christmas tree trends?
Every year people spend a little more money on one of their favorite traditions but not everyone has the space for an Evergreen, real or fake. For a long time alternatives have been sought but the small trees and Peanuts trees really just don't hit the same anymore, do they?
That's where Succulent Christmas trees come in. The petite creations are being sold on Etsy, and while they aren't cheaper than buying a big boy from the nursery, these succulents are seriously adorable and perfect for making a small but mighty statement this season.
This one is The Alpine Succulent Tree and it was created “with nearly 50 haworthias and a dozen colorful succulents including echeverias, graptoverias, sedums, and more.”
Featured in the description on Etsy, the shop encourages you how to enjoy your succulents post-holiday craze:
“Once the succulents outgrow the tree or the season is over, just pluck, plant, and enjoy the succulents for many years to come!”
RileysOasis is another Etsy shop selling Succulent Christmas trees!
The description of this stunner reads:
“Wow oh wow! This will be the talk and centrepiece of any space! Great for business, office, or your house. Low maintenance and it will not shed! Filled with over 100 succulent cuttings… And when Christmas is over, you can keep it the way it is or repot them all! No two trees will look alike… they are all different and uniquely beautiful."
“How adorable is this succulent tree?? It’s never too soon to be shopping holiday decor, right?? I’m so in love with this piece, as I’m constantly growing my holiday collection… This unique home decor is perfect for the holidays and will last you Fauxever!! No watering, no maintenance… just forever beautiful Christmas time decor to decorate with year after year,."
Would you consider getting one of these Succulent trees that range anywhere from $135-185?