The sellout Bloom & Wild tiny Christmas trees are back – with one wearing mittens!

The magical new designs arrive straight through the letterbox, for a fuss-free arrangement

The sell-out Bloom & Wild tiny trees are back! Posted through the letterbox these mini real Christmas trees arrive ready-to-dress with tiny decorations.

Bloom & Wild's tiny trees have sparked a whole Christmas tree trend. Plenty of other retailers have mimicked the adorable little trees, but the letterbox florist has upped the game with five new fabulously festive designs for 2022.

The tiny trees are a great solution if you're short on space for a larger tree, or simply want to jazz up your Christmas hallway ideas. The little trees aren't just for this year, when the festive season is over they can be planted into the garden or a bigger pot and kept until next year. It’s no surprise they sell out every year is it?

'We know our mini trees are really special. And so do our customers. Between mid-November and mid-December last year, 1 was snapped up every 30 seconds,' reveals Olivia Harvey, Director of Range & Merchandising, Bloom & Wild.

Bloom & Wild tiny Christmas trees

Bloom and wild decorated tiny trees

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The best part about these trees is that you won't need to wrestle them home for the shops or schedule a day to be in. Just like the online florist's year-round bouquets, the mini Christmas trees comes flat-packed in a box that'll fit through the letterbox – a genius idea if ever we've heard one.

The adorable miniature potted trees come complete with diddy decorations, making it just like the full-sized tree only far cuter and taking up far less space.

Bloom and wild tiny Christmas tree

(Image credit: Bloom & Wild)

The tree will arrive with decorations included – fairy lights with batteries included, baubles, garland, and a star topper for the final touch of Christmas magic.

This year the tree comes in five festive designs – The Minimalist tree, The Simple Pleasures tree, The Creative Crafts tree, The Starry Night tree and The Winter Walk tree.

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The Minimalist tree, £27, Bloom & Wild (opens in new tab)

The Minimalist tree is one for those who like a paired back look. The most affordable of the collection it comes in a hessian pot, with a simple strand of fairy lights.

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The Simple Pleasures tree, £31, Bloom & Wild (opens in new tab)

This tree is all about enjoying those little things that make it feel like Christmas - your first whiff of mulled wine or opening your advent calendar. The tree is decked out in a hand-drawn paper garland, lights and gold baubles

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The Creative Crafts tree, £39, Bloom & Wild (opens in new tab)

One of our personal favourites, this tree is all about expressing your artistic side. The tree comes with a pop-up pompom pot, ribbon garland, lights and a mix of white and marbled baubles. This is the perfect accompaniment to handcrafted Christmas.

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The Winter Walk tree, £45, Bloom & Wild (opens in new tab)

This tiny tree is already kitted out for a chilly festive walk. The little tree comes with a knitted bobble hat topper, scarf garland, tiny cone baubles, gold baubles and lights.

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The Starry Night tree, £36, Bloom & Wild (opens in new tab)

For this tiny tree Bloom & Wild has lassoed the moon and the stars. The sparkly treat is filled with all that glitters and shines from confetti baubles to the star and moon garland, mixed with sumptuous navy velvet baubles.

These tiny trees pack a mighty punch as a Christmas table decoration idea centrepiece or as a Christmas mantelpiece ideas.

Once Christmas is over the trees can be potted up outside. One of the Ideal Home team still has theirs growing in the garden from last year.

Which one of the five festive designs will you be ordering this Christmas?

Rebecca Knight
Rebecca Knight

Rebecca Knight has been the Deputy Editor on the Ideal Home Website since 2022. She graduated with a Masters degree in magazine journalism from City, University of London in 2018, before starting her journalism career as a staff writer on women's weekly magazines. She fell into the world of homes and interiors after joining the Ideal Home website team in 2019 as a Digital Writer. In 2020 she moved into position of Homes News Editor working across Homes & Gardens, LivingEtc, Real Homes, Gardeningetc and Ideal Home covering everything from the latest viral cleaning hack to the next big interior trend.