Definition of Artificial Landscape Trees & Types of Artificial Trees

Definition of Artificial Landscape Trees & Types of Artificial Trees
What is an artificial landscape tree?

Artificial landscape trees, as the name suggests, are landscapes that mimic natural trees. It is made from natural trees with modern artificial technology. The cement is used as raw material. Today, we can see them on many occasions. Shopping malls, hotels, and private clubs are the preferred choices for indoor large-scale landscape design.

Although artificial landscape trees are not real plants, they have too many advantages. Landscape trees do not require excessive care in the later stages. The above prices are too high for natural trees, and maintenance in the later stage is also very troublesome and risky. Artificial landscape trees can be freely designed according to needs and they have strong plasticity. The artificial tree is evergreen all year round with flowers, plants, and trees.

What is an artificial landscape tree?

There are many types of artificial trees on the market. However, making exquisite artificial trees is not that simple!

Firstly, the skeleton of the tree needs to be welded out, just like laying a foundation. If the skeleton is well made, the shape of the tree is the best. Then surround the welded steel frame with wire mesh. Add cement to shape the overall effect. When it comes to the styling, it's time to test the craftsman's skills. Then, color it with coordinate colors. Finally, we weld the leaves and flowers to create an overall level.

The main and lateral branches of artificial landscape trees are too natural, with clear and natural textures, moderate flower density, natural colors, and extremely high simulation accuracy.

What is an artificial fake tree?

Types of artificial fake trees

Artificial trees are made by imitating real natural trees. It is made of steel bars to create a skeleton. It's shaped with cement, and finally painted. There are various classifications of artificial trees. It can generally be divided into three categories.

1. Directly imitate natural trees for production. The skilled craftsmen can make the artificial tree highly realistic, achieving a realistic effect. It's usually placed indoors. Due to the physiological characteristics of natural trees, large trees are not suitable for indoor planting. Furthermore, even if natural trees are transplanted indoors, it is difficult for them to survive despite the complexity of later maintenance. The indoor environment is not conducive to the growth of trees. Therefore, indoor landscape trees are all artificial trees.

2. Enhance the design sense on the basis of natural trees and enrich the shape of artificial trees. For example, the Fantai Landscape in the above picture is a artificial tree designed and produced for an ecological hotel. The part of the tree trunk is enlarged into the form of a door, which has a very unique shape and also serves as a door. At present, almost all ecological parks also use artificial tree landscape gates when making landscape gates, with unique shapes and a strong sense of ecology.

3. There is also a type of artificial trees that almost abandons the branches and leaves. It uses the main trunk of the tree as the object of imitation. It feels like towering ancient trees in nature. Many ecological hotels and parks like this kind of landscape packaging. Create a dining environment with a tree hole theme or a wooden private room. This is difficult to see elsewhere, greatly satisfying people's curiosity.