still good looking branches to freshen up outside containers. It’s simple ! It’s cost effective! This one is at a front entrance door. See the before/after below and ask yourself: Which one should greet you and your friends?
Buying clipped spruce branches at the nursery can get expensive since containers always require a lot of material to make them look lust and beautiful.
Here is a fun and easy to do project……Step I: Photograph your outside containers. It illustrates just how weather worn they are at this point in the winter season:
Step II: If you already go rid off your Christmas tree, simply go to your Town’s tree drop off. You will find even really fresh and beautiful trees. Warning: It is a bit depressing to see all of these discarded spruce trees. One tip: Get more branches than you think you will need – it always takes more to fully fill containers!
Step III: Empty it all out . Give yourself a fresh start:
And there you have it – from old and tattered to fresh & beautiful – Recylce your Christmas Tree….Extend it’s life in three simple and fun to-do steps: