To make your tree pop you'll want to wrap the tree 4 times per foot. So if your palm has a 2 foot circumference then you will want 8ft of lights per foot of tree (Circumference in feet x 4 x Tree height in feet = Total length of lights in feet).
Subsequently, one may also ask, how do you wrap a palm tree with lights?
Make coiled balls of the light strands to make them easy to handle. You will be able to let them unwind as you go around the tree. Wrap the lights starting at the base of your palm and wind your way up the tree. If the strands of lights are slipping use the light duty staple gun to secure them in place.
Additionally, how many feet of lights do you need for an 8 foot tree?
|Christmas Tree Height||Number of Christmas Lights|
|8 Feet||150 lights per strand / 10 strands|
|9 Feet||150 lights per strand / 11 strands|
|10 Feet||150 lights per strand / 12 strands|
|11 Feet||150 lights per strand / 13 strands|
Beside this, how many feet of lights do you need to wrap a tree trunk?
So we need 60 feet of lighting to wrap the trunk. Now you can select the branches you want to wrap and make the same calculations for the length you want to wrap for each branch. Add it all together and you'll have the total amount of lighting you'll need to wrap the tree.
How do you wrap an outside tree with lights?
How to wrap tree trunks and branches with lights
- Create a ball of lights to make wrapping easier.
- Wrap lights up the trunk, leaving space to wrap down if desired.
- Wrap lights up and down the length of the main branches.
- Wrap lights back down the trunk, securing the plug at the end.
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