Product information and reviews are key in choosing an artificial Christmas tree online. At Balsam Hill, we provide complete tree specifications and high-resolution photos that let you zoom in on details. More than that, we want you to experience the real thing yourself. Easily select your tree by comparing tree foliage samples from our exclusive Balsam Hill .
Learn more from our Founder and CEO, Thomas Harman, in the video below. Scroll down for tips on how to use the Branch Sample Kit in choosing the best artificial Christmas tree.
STEP 1: ORDER THE BRANCH SAMPLE KIT
STEP 2: GROUP THE CHRISTMAS TREE SAMPLE BRANCHES
Upon arrival, open your kit and sort the sample branches by colour, needle type, or realism. This makes it easier for you to narrow down your favourites.
STEP 3: Fluff and Pick Your Favourites
Branches are compressed for shipping, so you need to fluff them into their proper shape. Spread the tips evenly to get a better idea of their unique look. Also, note the colour and style of the needles.
STEP 4: MATCH ARTIFICIAL TREE BRANCHES WITH CHRISTMAS BAUBLES
Aside from doing a side-by-side comparison of the Christmas tree sample branches, you may also want to coordinate them with your existing decorations based on colour and style. Here are some tips to guide you:
STEP 5: CHECK TREE DETAILS ON OUR WEBSITE
Once you've identified your favourite Christmas tree branch samples, look them up on the Balsam Hill website. Each product page shows you the tree heights and light types available, so you can choose the model that best suits your needs.
Click on your preferred height and light type then scroll down the product page to see detailed specs based on your selection. You'll find what's included with your tree as well as its measurements, tip count, and light count.
STEP 6: APPLY THE BALSAM HILL DISCOUNT CODE
Found the artificial Christmas tree that’s right for you? Order it online and enter your discount code upon checkout. This applies the price of your Balsam Hill Branch Sample Kit towards your first Christmas tree order.