Bonsai spirit tree with warm white fairy lights table lamp
"I Have Two Of Them In My Home And Have Gotten Compliments Already. I Think They Look Great And I'm So Glad I Bought Them." -KATHY P.
THAT WILL LEND A MAGICAL GLOW TO ANY CORNER OF YOUR ROOM.
Beautifully crafted in the image of a delicate bonsai tree, covered in marvelous warm lights.This Spirit Tree will bring an elegant design and a dreamy glow into your home. (Perfect for room decor & Photography)
Our Fairy Light Trees can be operated via two ways:Universal USB wall charger or 3X AA Batteries.
The dimension for thr Fairy Light Tree are as follows:Height:1.5ft / 18 inches / 46cmBase Diameter: Approx. 4.7 inches / 12cm
The bulbs are very tiny, and therefore can’t be removed or replaced.However, we make sure we’re using top quality incandescent LED’s that have a long life expectancy, and if for some reason your tree stopped working as expected- we to stick to our 30 day money back guarantee.
We offer 2 options of our Fairy Light Spirit Trees:Spirit Tree (108 bulbs)- Silver metallic finish.Sunshine Pearls (36 bulbs)- Golden metallic finish.
Bonsai need direct sunlight, from which they make their food. A lack of direct sun will damage them, causing weak foliage and other problems. They like to receive 5-6 hours of sunlight daily, whether inside or outside.
Bonsai require bright UV light and benefit most when being kept outdoors in direct sunlight. Artificial grow lights such as LEDs are a great option for keeping bonsai indoors so long as they contain the full light spectrum of red and blue light.
These plants need about 5 hours of direct or indirect sunlight a day. Some species do better in winter if they get their light from indirect sources. Something to keep in mind is that these plants can burn if they’re taken from a shady place to a sunny position.
Bonsai trees can be grown under CFL bulbs or under T5 or T8 fluorescent lighting. Fluorescent lights need to be kept ON for 16 – 18 hours a day as a major source of light. … Fluorescent lights should be placed close to the canopy, at approximately 8 – 10 inches away.
Yes, you can. One of the most common bonsai species you can grow indoors is Ficus. It has a high tolerance to low humidity, and it can survive the indoor environment quite well. This bonsai tree species is also perfect for novice growers.
A bonsai plant requires frequent watering. You should plan to water it every two to three days. Never allow the soil to dry out completely. Usually you can tell when it needs watering by the color and feel of the soil surface.
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Love this- adds warmth to the room and pretty to look at
I have 2! One as a gift, had to get another for bedroom. Love them. Just bought one for a gift. Now that I have discount to use, I’ll get another!
This mini lit tree looks really good. The brightness is perfect and the size is just right for our small room.
I have two of them in my home and have gotten compliments already. I think they look great and I’m so glad I bought them.
I wasn’t so sure when I first took it out of the box, but once I assembled it it is very pretty. I’m so glad I bought it!
I love this tree! It’s so magical and worth every penny!! I think it makes my place feel magical!!!
I bought one and when my good friends saw it I ordered one for them all!
These are so fun. I bought for Christmas decor, but will be leaving them up. Love the glow!
I absolutely love this sparkly piece of happiness!
This little tree giving me peace & comfort!