Did you know it takes 30 to 40 years for a real Christmas Tree to grow to 12 metres? And with a demand for approximately 8 million natural Christmas trees annually in the UK, there is a large amount of tree felling each year, at home and abroad. That’s why Blachere has developed the Nordika tree. By using our alternative artificial tree solution, the natural 40-year-old trees no longer need to be felled. In addition, by choosing Nordika, you are not compromising on the quality.
Artificial doesn’t mean necessarily mean unbelievable. Despite being synthetic, our trees are designed to be perfect replicas of their real cousins. Their design is intended to be an imitation of the perfect real Christmas tree which avoids any unwanted imperfections that may be found on natural ones. Great care is taken to ensure the Christmas tree branches are realistic and natural-looking, whilst the trunk has a convincing wood effect.
It takes 40 years to grow a real tree and once it is cut down, it only lasts for the season. Whether that is on display or left abandoned at the local garden centre, the tree is no longer usable. A Nordika pre-lit tree is manufactured when required and is able to be reused every year, whether you have the same decorations or not.
The benefit of an artificial tree is that it can be designed with particular features in mind. Not only is the Nordika tree designed as a sustainable option, but we developed it with practicality in mind. It is modular in design, allowing it to be easily assembled, disassembled, stored and transported, with suitability for indoor or outdoor display.
Due to its design and assembly, the Nordika treetop can also be customised to your preference and even changed year on year. There are 5 different treetop options to choose from, keeping your decoration fresh and impressive. The tree is available with a wood effect stand if desired alongside a choice of optional decoration kits, to help you craft the perfect aesthetic for your festive display.
Our best selling, eco-friendly Christmas tree is not the only way in which we are doing this.