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Spooky Halloween Willow Tree 4.2 5 58 58
Eh...they're okay. I just can't get excited about these - truth be told they were disappointing. A friend of mine has an older model of this tree and hers is much bigger and more tree-like which is why I got these two thinking they were the same - they're not. First these trees require a lot of grooming - the streamers were all tangled and you have to comb them out but hope you don't pull the streamers out of the tree then arrange the limbs - unfortunately the limbs aren't very durable and I was afraid the steel would eventually snap with too much arranging and bending - I also have one limb that won't do anything because it's messed up where it connects with the tree. They're also top heavy so after blowing over several times we buried our bases in the ground and covered with pine straw to hide what plastic you could see. In the end they look cool in my graveyard but for what you get I definitely think they are WAY over priced. I wouldn't purchase them again. September 29, 2014
A Nightmare to Setup but Impressive Once Finished! I just received this within the last 2 hours or so, and it has taken me all that time to set this up. It's a Zen activity...just relax...pretty soon you'll figure out what you are doing as you comb the "willows" and try to understand how to make it look like a tree rather than a flat silhouette. Once it is together...no small feat...it looks good. I am happy to say the lights worked, too. One should probably have tried that first, but I forged ahead, setting it up first. (You will have to untie a cord in order to attach the top of the tree to the trunk so that you don't pinch the lights.) In addition to the stakes, I had to put some cement stepping stones on top of the stand legs because where I placed it, the dirt is really loose. I don't want this to topple over. Sand bags would work, too, but I didn't have any. I look forward to nighttime to see how it looks in the dark, lit up. I am sure it will be worth all the trouble. September 30, 2014
Seriously spooky! I set this up in the kitchen when I first got it, my son rounded the corner and it scared the day lights out of him, it is big, looks great, and very spooky! The lights cast a warm glow that is still low enough light to keep your graveyard effect authentic. I have had this in a display indoors and will be putting it outdoors next year, hopefully with a few more. The thing comes out of the box a total mess. Just know you need to use your Decorating skills to set it up to appear more three dimensional, as obviously they cannot ship a real tree to you, so it is a little flat. Once you bend the wire branches out and rake the plastic black swamp grass or whatever it is supposed to be out with your fingers, it comes to life. The Trunk has a curve to it that makes it a nice effect when it is set in your themed area. A really nice tree! Ours seems a bit taller than five feet, I am very happy with the height, and the quality of grandinroad's products! I'm excited for the next decorating adventure! November 3, 2012
Killer Halloween Tree First tree for Halloween I've ever purchased. This tree is the bomb. I'm using it indoors but it comes with stakes to plant it outside. Fresh out of the box you have to spend a little bit with the branches and fluffing up the dead leaves, but when finished...WOW. It probably will not fit back in the original box (at least not easily) so just buy a large box to make it easy on yourself. Even without the lights on, it looks amazing. Trow on a strobe and maybe some fog in there...oooooohhhhh baby now we're cooking with gas. Please make this again next year so I can complete the process of turning my dining room into a graveyard. Two thumbs up for Grandinroad!! Pair a couple of these with a couple of the 3'5" versions, maybe stagger the heights a little more by propping them on wood blocks or something, and cover the bases with moss or dirt, to get that real topographical feel, if you know what i'm saying. Some bring the indoors out, I like bringing the outdoors in. November 17, 2013
Spooky Halloween Tree Super Halloween Tree even better then I expected. So glad I purchased for our party!! September 17, 2014
This is OK, I guess One of the major problems with this tree is storage. Not for the size, but the streamers that come off of the branches get tangled up no matter how carefully we store this each year. It usually takes me upwards of two hours of "combing" out the streamers with my fingers to get it to look like the photo again. In addition, this tree tends to blow over even if it's the least bit windy, and we have it sitting relatively close to our house, not out in the middle of the yard............ September 9, 2011
Great tree! This tree is great. I purchased it last year late in the year so I don't think it went outside, but I put it up this past weekend and it lights beautifully. Very spooky looking and nice looking in appearance during the day, and at night it really lights nicely. A great addition to my haunted graveyard. And I love that (finally) there is something I can just leave outside without fear of it shorting out, etc. One of the better outdoor decorations I've purchased overall, for any holiday. October 21, 2013
Spooky willow tree This tree is nice when lite up. I have mine set up in doors and it really makes Halloween come alive. I feel the price was a little steep for this product. The stand that comes with it will show if you don,t cover it with black cloth. If you set it in a corner without the stand then the tree is shorter also. It does not look like it would stand up to a Windy City. I feel it was worth around half of what I paid for it. September 14, 2013
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I read in the catalog that the trees can be placed in the yard however will they stand up to rain?
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The Spooky Halloween Willow Tree is made of powdercoated steel and black wire, so it can be used outdoors. We do recommend bring the tree indoors when not in use.
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