Asda Christmas Trees Guide for 2021

Does Asda sell Christmas trees?

Yes, Asda has a large range of artificial Christmas trees. All of the Christmas trees sold are of varying sizes and colours, so therefore come in a range of prices to fit everyone’s budget too. We recommend choosing your tree early and purchasing it as soon as possible so that you can get your favourite one guaranteed for December.

If you LOVE Christmas then chances are one of your favourite parts of the festive season is getting your Christmas tree. Well with Asda you make this part of the holidays extra special, with their range of trees.

There are varying sizes and prices to fit everyone’s individual needs. You can even have a different colour of tree with their artificial range. Which sometimes have the lights already sorted on the tree too, making your job much easier and definitely more stress free!

Asda Christmas Trees FAQs and Help

How can I make my Asda Christmas tree look fuller?

To make your Christmas tree look fuller you’ll want to have a range of decorations for the tree, so the gaps and spaces can be filled in more. Using ribbon or tinsel is a great place to start as these tend to do a lot of the initial work. You can also strategically place bows and baubles to fill any bigger gaps with some colour. We suggest buying big and small baubles to give your tree more dimension.

Another way to add fullness to your tree would be to buy garlands to match the colour of your tree. These garlands can then be draped around the tree to add more real or fake pines to your tree. This means you don’t have to buy a completely new tree and can just fill out the one you already have.

What is the correct way to string lights on an Asda Christmas tree?

Of course stringing your tree lights is an important part of the decorating process. You can do it whichever way you’d like, but there is surprisingly a correct way you should be doing it!

Many people make the mistake of just simply wrapping their lights around the tree in a logical spiral fashion. However to get the best distribution, it is recommended that you start from the bottom of the tree. From here you want to slowly work your way around and up the tree, using zig zag motions. Remember to space some lights deeper into the tree and some on the outer branches to achieve the perfect depth.

How many lights should I put on my Christmas tree?

The amount of lights you decorate your tree with is down to personal preference at the end of the day.

A rough guide can be about 100 bulbs per 1.5ft of a tree. So, if you have a standard 6ft tree then around 400 bulbs should be around the amount you’d want. You may want less than this, or maybe you like even more lights than normal. In which case you can add or subtract lights where necessary.

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