Cor Blimey, They’re
Tall! Mighty Trees for Even More Realism on a Model Landscape
The mighty “Double-Trunk Birch Tree” is ideal for
making a model landscape even more idyllic and true-to-life. Besides spruces,
firs, beeches, larches and many other tree species, birches exist in the great
outdoors. Whether it’s in a field or a dense forest, the “Double-Trunk Birch
Tree” can be used to make a landscape scene very customised. A lovingly
recreated landscape is created.
Did you know that birch trees grow up to 30 metres
high and lime trees even up to 40 metres? In H0 scale, a birch would then be up
to 34 cm tall; a lime even up to 50 cm. Even if that would be a bit too much of
a good thing for a standard model landscape, it’s high time for taller trees!
Because beautiful model scenes can be designed with these particularly
impressive standalone specimens. Four typical solitary trees are at your disposal:
birch, lime, oak and chestnut.
The NOCH PROFI Trees series encompasses a very large
selection of naturalistic model trees.
Particularly imposing solitary trees are now also
available among the large PROFI Trees. All PROFI Trees are elaborately handcrafted
in our factory in Vietnam. For example, the trunks are handpainted and
matte-coloured to avoid an unnatural plastic shine. Thanks to a special
non-woven fabric which is worked into the branches of the tree, the crown of
leaves is given more volume. The PROFI Trees are flocked with high-quality NOCH
Leaves. The specially ground and elaborately coloured material resembles the
foliage of the original trees in shape and colour.