- Police search for missing child of man who jumped off bridge
- Last Grateful Dead show breaks Chicago stadium ticket record
- PRESS DIGEST-Canada-July 6
- Ukraine launches Western-style police force to set a marker for reform
- Dijsselbloem: Keeping Greece in euro zone still the aim
- Final News of the World journalist sentenced over hacking
- Hall of Famer Steve Austin graces 'WWE 2K16' videogame cover
- Burundi coup general says force only way to oust president
- Bombs at mosque, restaurant in central Nigerian city kill 44
- Fitness apps data reveals American workout habits, most active states
O Lego tree, o Lego tree: The 30ft Christmas 'evergreen' with 108 branches and 450 baubles made from 350,000 toy bricks
More from News
- Austerity Christmas? Last year's Lego tree in London featured 600,000 bricks and more than 1,000 baubles
- Tree in Manchester's Trafford Centre also features Harry Potter model
By Amy Oliver
PUBLISHED: 11:16 EST, 19 November 2012 | UPDATED: 06:27 EST, 20 November 2012
It won't turn brown or shed its needles and you don't have to water it.
But at nearly 30-foot, there are few people who could house this Christmas tree made entirely from Lego.
The plastic evergreen, which contains 350,000 Lego bricks, sprung up in Manchester's Trafford Centre at the beginning of the month.
Scroll down for video
And you thought your tree was big! A Christmas tree made entirely from Lego bricks has sprouted in Manchester's Trafford Centre
Hard work: Around 350,000 Lego bricks went into the tree's construction
Its 108 branches are adorned with 450 Lego baubles and twinkling fairy lights. Visitors could also view to a Lego Harry Potter figure, who appeared to be guarding the tree.
While this tree seems impressive, it pails in comparison to Lego's offering last Christmas.
In 2011, the toy company constructed a 40ft-high Christmas tree made from 600,000 Lego bricks at St Pancras International in London. It had 172 branches and more than 1,000 baubles.
Decorating headache: The impressive tree features 450 Lego baubles hanging from its 108 branches
Impracticable: At nearly 30 foot, there are few people who could actually house the Christmas tree - they may have to make do with a Lego bauble
Bonus brick: Visitors to the Trafford Centre could also see a Lego Harry Potter (bottom right) who appeared to be guarding the tree
VIDEO: Last year's tree at St Pancras station in London was a hit with commuters