It may not be Thanksgiving yet, but the holiday season is already in full swing! That means it’s time to start thinking about home decor. Luckily, The Home Depot always comes out with the most extravagant yard and home decor for holidays, and Christmas is no exception.
This year, The Home Depot has launched the Grand Duchess Balsam Fir as part of their Home Decorators Collection. It’s a massive artificial tree featuring a whopping 3,000 branch tips and over 2,000 color-changing LED lights That’s eye-catching, we can see why its going viral! Before you buy, activate our cash back offer to get 2% cash back on your purchase of this rather pricey tree (through Nov. 30).
Why This Tree is So Popular?
If you follow the hashtag #grandduchessbalsamfir on TikTok, you can find over 12.5 million views! You can also search for “christmas tree from home depot” to find hits. These videos show the Grand Duchess Fir in action with all its glistening lights, as well as how easy it is to assemble. Check out some of our favorites!
Looks so glamorous!
Since the fir tree is going so viral on TikTok we know it’s going to go fast. And there are so many reason to love it! From the gorgeous lights to easy assembly, the tree is very customizable for your space. You can choose between a 7.5-ft. tree (available for $349), 9-ft. tree (available for $499) or a 12-ft. tree (available for $899). It also comes in full or slim options. So many options!
We have to warn you, like Skelly, The Home Depot’s 12-ft. tall skeleton and Lewis, the giant pumpkin-headed ghoul from Target that became TikTok-famous this Halloween, we expect the Grand Duchess Balsam Fir to sell out, so buy it now while it’s in stock.
In fact, we noticed it was unavailable for delivery OR pickup near us the other day:
It’s important to note that not all versions of the Grand Duchess Balsam Fir tree will be available at every The Home Depot location, and may be out of stock online off-and-on leading up until Dec. 25.
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