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Tree & Greenery

Tree & Greenery

Guide

Everything you need to know about the world’s most beautiful trees and greenery all in one place.

Striking Realism

Our trees and greenery are impressively realistic... down to new-growth needles and nuanced color. We’re the first to create foliage molds using branches and tips found in nature, and we continue to do it best.

Warranty

All our holiday trees – including lights – come with a three-year limited warranty, so they'll remain bright and beautiful, season after season.

Brilliant Lights

Strategically hand-strung for maximum brightness, long-lasting LED lights mean our pre-lit trees shine all season long.

Spotlight

Impressively Realistic

Expertly cast from actual branches and tips – including new-growth needles – with realistically nuanced colors.

Frasier Fir

Soft, silvery-green needles and stiff, spaced branches perfect for hanging ornaments.

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Noble Fir

A rare variety and deep-green needles with sturdy, tiered branches great for decorating.

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Balsam

A traditional style tree with dark-green needles and airy branches ready for decorations.

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Videos

The World’s Most Beautiful Trees from Frontgate

Learn what puts our faux trees in a class of their own – and why your Frontgate tree will be a centerpiece of your holiday for years to come.

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How-Tos & Inspiration

How To Choose The Perfect Tree

All the tips you’ll need for finding the Christmas tree that’s right for you.

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Decorating with Garlands

Find easy and unexpected ways to use garland in your holiday decor.

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Frequently
Asked Questions

  • What is the difference between the tree varieties available at Frontgate?

    Each tree we offer has a distinct, realistic look that varies by size, needle length, texture, color, branch shape and density. We offer a greater tip density so that every tree looks fuller and more alive than other trees on the market. And every tree is ready for your decorations.

    Fraser Fir: This popular tree has soft, silvery-green needles and stiff, spaced branches perfect for hanging ornaments.

    Balsam Fir: A traditional Christmas tree, it features beautiful dark-green needles with airy branches.

    Noble Fir: This tree has deep green needles with sturdy, tiered branches. Noble Firs are a rare variety unique to the West Coast.

    Stafford Pine: A lifelike, stately pine tree, it has a broad profile and densely layered branches.

    Flocked: "Flocking" is artificial snow that is added to the tree to give it a more wintery look

    Northern Ridge: A perky tree with upswept branches and a shapely silhouette, it looks as if it were plucked directly from an Alpine slope.

    Douglas Fir: Native to the West Coast, these have soft, dark-blue-green needles with soft, 1- to 1-1/2-inch -long needles that spread in every direction from the branches..

    Freshly Fallen Snowcrest: This features a realistic dusting of artificial snow on its lush foliage.

    Alpine Spruce: We call this one our “decorator’s delight” due to the open branches and natural pockets that make this an ideal tree for showcasing larger, more elaborate ornaments.

    Glacier Fir: Crafted to resemble natural snowfall, it has heavier flocking on the outer tips than on the inside. This is also an ornament-friendly tree thanks to the natural pockets.

    Learn more about each tree we offer in our convenient Tree Gallery

  • I bought a tree/greenery over a year ago and the lights don’t work this year. What should I do?

    Every tree purchased on or after August 20, 2019, comes with a limited three-year warranty on foliage, frame, tips and factory-installed lights. For trees purchased prior to August 20, 2019, please contact Customer Service at 888-263-9850 for warranty information.

    First, try to troubleshoot the issue using the troubleshooting guide that came with your tree or using our online guide

    If, after troubleshooting, you still cannot get the factory-installed lights to work, contact Customer Service at 888-263-9850 to file a warranty claim. If the lights are still under warranty and are not damaged because of misuse, neglect or intentional alteration, we may send a new strand of lights to weave into the area where the lights aren’t working.

    We do not have sections of trees to send, and we do not replace trees with malfunctioning lights if they are within the 3-year warranty period for the lights.

  • What is the difference between molded PE tips and PVC needles?

    PVC is shorthand for Polyvinyl Chloride. Traditional artificial Christmas tree needles have been made from PVC since they were first introduced to the market. The material is pressed into thin, rectangular needle-like strips and affixed by wire.

    PE is shorthand for Polyethylene. This material is used in the creation of realistic, state-of-the-art trees that are modeled to replicated the appearance of real evergreens. Branch specimens are gathered from the forest, molded and then infused with the PE polymer to create the most lifelike trees on the market.

  • What types of lights are on Frontgate trees and greenery, and how long should they be left on?

    Most of our artificial trees and greenery are pre-lit with hand-strung lights that are ready to use when properly assembled.

    All of our 7-1/2-foot and larger trees have energy-efficient, long-lasting LEDs (light emitting diodes). You should not leave your tree on all day when using any type of light. Either set a timer, or manually turn your tree lights on when you are home and awake to enjoy them, and turn off if you are away or sleeping.

    Although LED bulbs remain cool to the touch, they should be left off for extended periods of time to give the wire and power box time to cool.

    Much of our greenery – including garlands and wreaths – comes with built-in, in-line timers (unless otherwise noted in the product’s Overview).

  • What does it mean that my lights will last for 3 seasons or 3,000 hours? Do trees have timers?

    We describe the holiday season as November 1 through January 15, or approximately 10 weeks. If your tree is lit for 12 hours a day, it will last approximately 250 days, which is about three 10-week seasons.

    Many of our trees and greenery – including garlands and wreaths – do come with built-in, in-line timers (as noted in each product’s Overview).

  • What is the difference between a "full" and a "slim" tree? "Full" trees are wider in girth, while "slim" trees have a narrow profile. Slim trees are excellent for small or narrow spaces, while full trees become the focal point of grand rooms.
  • How should my tree and greenery be stored? There are several ways to store your tree and greenery. Do not store them in their shipping boxes. We offer a variety of quality solutions from standing tree bags to rolling boxes. It is important that all branches are folded gently with limited pressure to prevent damage. View the assortment here.
  • Am I able to purchase replacement bulbs?

    We offer free replacement strands for trees under warranty.

    We do not offer single replacement bulbs, but your tree will come with several extra bulbs in the accessories kit. To replace a single bulb:

    Step 1: Find the burnt-out bulb. A burnt-out bulb is usually pretty easy to spot because it has a black spot in the center or all over. Even if the bulb is colored, the burnt-out bulb will be black inside.

    Step 2: Remove the burnt-out bulb. Pull upward to get the burnt-out bulb out of the socket of the string of lights.

    Step 3: Insert a new bulb. Take a good replacement bulb from the accessories kit that came with your tree, and insert it in the socket.

  • How many ornaments are recommended for each size tree?

    To achieve the fully decorated look you see in our catalogs and on our website, we have different recommendations for each size tree:

    6-ft. Tree: 125 ornaments, 1 tree topper, 1 tree skirt, 6–7 feet of garland, 8 picks/floral stems and 10 yards of ribbon

    7-1/2-ft. Tree: 150 ornaments, 1 tree topper, 1 tree skirt, 8–9 feet of garland, 10 picks/floral stems and 12 yards of ribbon

    9-ft. Tree: 175 ornaments, 1 tree topper, 1 tree skirt, 10–11 feet of garland, 12 picks/floral stems and 14 yards of ribbon

    10-ft. Tree: 200 ornaments, 1 tree topper, 1 tree skirt, 12–13 feet of garland, 14 picks/floral stems and 16 yards of ribbon

    12-ft. Tree: 225 ornaments, 1 tree topper, 1 tree skirt, 14–15 feet of garland, 16 picks/floral stems and 18 yards of ribbon

  • My tree is crooked. What went wrong? Incorrect installation or a loose bolt can cause a tree to tilt. Check the eyebolts that came with your tree, and make certain they are properly installed.
  • How do I troubleshoot my tree if the lights do not work? Each tree section has a small connector box that needs to be tightly secured together, or the entire section will not light. If you have a section out, it is usually because it has one or more of the connector boxes is not snugly connected. These connector boxes are green, approximately 1" long and are located at the bottom of each section close to the center pole. Depending on how large the section of the tree is, there may be multiple boxes to check.
  • How do I change a fuse?

    View video for changing a fuse.

    Spare fuses are provided in the accessories kit that came with your tree. To change a fuse:

    Step 1: Unplug the tree.

    Step 2: Slide up the cover on the plug as indicated by the direction arrow.

    Step 3: Remove the blown fuse by wedging a small screwdriver or Allen wrench underneath to pry it up.

    Step 4: Replace with the spare fuse provided in the accessories kit that came with your tree.

  • How do I attach garlands to mantels and banisters?

    View our hanging ties and accessories

    We offer a variety of implements that make hanging garlands a snap, eliminating any harm to your home. We recommend using zip ties or a beautiful ribbon. Fishing wire is also a go-to, as are removable hooks.

  • How do I attach wreaths to windows?

    View our hanging ties and accessories

    We offer a variety of implements that make hanging a wreath a snap, eliminating any harm to your home. Magnetic wreath hangers are perfect for any metal surface, while traditional wreath hangers can hook over most doors.

  • What’s the difference between "indoor," "outdoor" and "covered outdoor" greenery?

    "Indoor" greenery features exquisite details like glass baubles and plush velvet ribbons that are not designed to be used outside.

    "Outdoor" greenery (which can be used indoors) is crafted to withstand the elements and features durable ornaments, ribbons and lights that won’t malfunction due to moisture.

    "Covered Outdoor" greenery can be used indoors or outside under a covered area to reduce the effects of direct exposure to the elements. It should be moved indoors during extremely hot or below-freezing weather.

  • How do I change the batteries on battery-operated greenery? How long will the batteries last? Our battery packs are accessible and easy to use. Simply locate the pack, press the clip to pop it open, and change the batteries. Lithium batteries will typically last for about 180 hours.
  • How long should you expect to keep an artificial Christmas tree? The benefit of a high-quality artificial tree is that – with proper storage and use – it is a long-term investment that can be enjoyed for many years. Tree branches, needles, hardware and LED lights should last at least 10 years.
  • Can artificial trees be used outside? We do not recommend using an artificial tree outdoors unless it is designed and described specifically as being "for outdoor use."
  • You have a lot of cordless greenery, but do you have any that are corded? Are any of your trees cordless?

    Most of our greenery is cordless to offer greater flexibility in placement and use. These require batteries (usually sold separately), and have a battery box that can be easily hidden.

    We do offer select greenery with corded lights. These typically have larger, brighter lights and a power cord that plugs into a standard (US) wall outlet.

    All of our trees have a single power cord that plugs into a standard (US) wall outlet.

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