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Christmas tree € 0,93 that never loses its needles

Unread Messageby Hic » 07/12/10, 14:25

The incredible invention natural Christmas tree
that never loses its needles

"The Potted Christmas Tree (€ 0,93 in the piece)"

After a few years of use,
when its size is too large to fit in a pot,
you can plant the définivement in a forest.

finally a really econological economy!


Merry Christmas ! ! !


I add the right methodology.
1. Buy a Nordmann fir balled in 0,93 €
2. plant it in a pot diameter 50cm
3. Wait for it to the right size,
4.L'utiliser when 50cm between and a little more high 1m
5. If it exceeds the meter check and think replant if necessary
or change to a larger pot.

The maximum size to which you can converver your potted tree will directly depend on the size of the pot. :-)

That's the really econological method! !
Ie "towards replanting land!"
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Unread Messageby Christophe » 07/12/10, 16:40

If the plastic does not not lose its needles ...
: Mrgreen: : Mrgreen:

Some are even pre-decorated and snowy ... 100% made in China, full phthalates cf https://www.econologie.com/forums/le-plastiq ... 10117.html

ps: Balgue without my parents had tried, there has 15 years, the potted tree, well it held 2 years. He has not supported the inner T °, ​​thermal shock or the soil in the pot ... I'm not even he did 2 Christmas ...
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Unread Messageby Cuicui » 07/12/10, 17:09

Christophe wrote: my parents had tried, there has 15 years, the potted tree, well it held 2 years.

Friends have become used to purchase annually a potted tree. After the holidays they plant it in a corner of their property. Now they have a pretty forest area of ​​about thirty conifers. But hey, you have to have instead.
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Unread Messageby Hic » 07/12/10, 17:43

Cuicui wrote:
Christophe wrote: my parents had tried, there has 15 years, the potted tree, well it held 2 years.

Friends have become used to purchase annually a potted tree. After the holidays they plant it in a corner of their property. Now they have a pretty forest area of ​​about thirty conifers. But hey, you have to have instead.

hi Cuicui
Yes!
a Nordmann fir balled,
not worth more than Euro 0.93.

So a forest of fir Christmas is to 30 40 €
(At this price the father christmas is not a junk :-))
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Unread Messageby dedeleco » 07/12/10, 21:52

It hurts the heart to see vigorous cut fir just for Christmas !!
This brings back memories of 40 years ago with a potted fir anniversary of the first child to 3ans planted in earth after our little 20m2 garden apartment at the time, but 25 years later, it was huge for this little garden to the point of disturbing the neighbors on the floors above and risking falling in high winds on the building !!
We had to shoot him.
Fortunately, because the storm Noel 1999 would have struck the building !!
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Unread Messageby Christophe » 08/12/10, 10:02

A 2 page dossier in the last "60 million consumers" nuance ecological benefit potted pines, for them it is kif kif, extracts:

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Unread Messageby Did67 » 08/12/10, 11:20

dedeleco wrote:It hurts the heart to see vigorous cut fir just for Christmas !!!!


Nope!

Yet such a good idea. These trees are cultivated high density, such as artichokes or gooseberry ...

If we did nothing, the great majority would die anyway on site, choked (light) by the strongest. At the end of a few tens of thousands of shrubs per ha, there would be only a few hundred, anyway ... a cultivated area would have given the place a forest (which already extends to France, while it is under-exploited in both lumber that firewood).

Even our beautiful forests are "gardened" cloudy to eliminate less attractive to eexu or Trosi times (all 10 or 15 years) ...

So the argument to book some extreme diminishing, living and hunting mushrooms, at a density of one inhabitant every 10 km² within a kind "original" in balance, preserved ...
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Unread Messageby Did67 » 08/12/10, 11:22

I propose the bonsai tree!
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Unread Messageby Christophe » 08/12/10, 11:33

Bonsai tree, not bad, but then also need mini gifts!

: Cheesy:

In terms of culture, we potted norman (the pot is semi Entere in the field) a few hundred meters from us ... If you are interested in the world, I can make a photo report (but after melting snow please :D).
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Unread Messageby Did67 » 08/12/10, 12:10

Christophe wrote:Bonsai tree, not bad, but then also need mini gifts!



I campaign for a Zen Christmas! No big balls, no big gifts, much serenity in the mind and hearts ... And all the time ... sustainability ...

You have understood everything.

Well, it's better when kids are great!
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