National Tree Company Ridgedale Infinity luxury artificial Christmas tree
Angela Slater
Daughter of a farmer and market gardener so have always had a connection with the outdoors, whether it was keeping animals or producing fruit, vegetables and cut flowers. Along with my work at Hayes Garden World I also have a smallholding, mainly breeding rare breed pigs. I gained an HND and BSc in Conservation and Environmental Land Management, as a result I am an ardent environmentalist and have a keen interest in environmentally friendly gardening. In my time at Hayes I worked for several years in the Outdoor Plant and Houseplant areas

Best Luxury Artificial Christmas Trees - The Ridgedale Infinity

Luxury 100% PE artificial Christmas tree with thousands of minute LED lights

The Ridgedale Infinity artificial Christmas tree is definitely at the very peak of Christmas trees and so exclusive that Hayes Garden World are the only stockists in the UK, it’s not even available in the USA until 2018, and you know how enthusiastic the Americans are about their Christmas trees.

The revolutionary new design, warm white LED lights are absolutely minute with wires so thin they cannot be seen on the tree. The bulbs are not replaceable but will just start to go out one by one after about 50,000 hours of use. If you run the tree for 5 hours a day for 30 days over Christmas that equates to 150 hours per year making the lights last an average of 333 years so plenty of time to enjoy your tree! Even if you run the lights 24 hours a day for 30 days they will still last for 69 years. The warm white will complement any colour scheme and the thousands of lights will illuminate every facet of your decorations. LED’s cost next to nothing to run and are the safest form of lighting, especially if you have children in the house as they are completely cold to touch so no chance of burning little fingers or setting the tree on fire.

The Ridgedale Infinity tree is available in 3 sizes; 7’, 7.5’ and 8’. The 7’ tree has 3,700 lights, is 152cm (60”) in diameter across the widest part of the tree and has 3,819 tips. The more tips the tree has the thicker it will be, so when comparing which tree to buy don’t forget to check the number of branches as a cheaper tree will almost certainly not be very thick. This compares to one of our best sellers, the Bayberry Spruce which is a dense tree with a lot of branches, but has less than half the number of branches with 1,539 tips and 600 lights.  

National Tree Company Ridgedale Infinity luxury artificial Christmas tree with Golden Retriever

Pictured above the 7.5ft Ridgedale Infinity Tree and a special appearance of Archie the Golden Retriever

The Weeping Spruce has been a best seller since it was first introduced by The National Tree Company several years ago; the 7.5’ version has 600 lights, 2,670 tips and has a diameter of 150cm (60”) at the widest point. In contrast the Ridgedale Infinity 7.5’ has 4,200 lights, 4,363 branch tips and is 155cm (62”) in diameter. The 8’ Ridgedale has a whopping 4,907 tips, 4,750 lights and a diameter of 168cm (66”) making it an absolutely stunning showpiece which won’t look lost in a large room.

The branches are 100% PE (polyethylene) ‘Feel Real’ which is as realistic as you can get. They have a lovely soft feel to them and are strong enough to take any weight of bauble. We are so confident in the quality of our artificial Christmas trees that we offer a 15 year guarantee; click here to view the full terms and conditions of the Hayes Christmas Tree Warranty. If you already have your own lights and don't mind all the frustration of lighting your own tree then these trees are available unlit. They are made to exactly the same high specifications as the lighted versions.

If you want to have a spectacular tree this Christmas and for many more Christmas’ to come then the Ridgedale is definitely the one for you.