In spring, a single oak tree produces both male flowers and small female flowers, which is referred to as monoecious. The fruit is a nut called an acorn or oak nut. Each acorn contains one seed (rarely two or three) and takes 6–18 months to mature, depending on their species. The acorns and leaves contain tannic acid which helps to guard from fungi and insects.
'The best adventures are the ones that end in the shade of our beautiful large oak tree' -- Bumbu Toys
These stunning wooden toy trees are the perfect centrepiece for any play scape and small world set up.
They're sure to become the favourite resting spot for weary animals, the perfect spot for hiding treasure or an educational tool for teaching children about the importance of protecting our forests.
Not just a toy, these huge, magnificent trees truly are a work of art and will create a world of wonder and magic wherever they travel.
Available in Natural, Green, Summer and Autumn.
[This item is handmade and as such, the colours and tones can vary from those pictured.]
Measurements: L: 27cm x H:33cm x W:9cm
Age Guide & Safety: Recommended for 3 years+. We always advise that toys be checked prior to play and recommend adult supervision during playtime. Not suitable for children 3 years and over who still have a tendency to put things in their mouth.
These toys are made of solid lime wood, which is minimally processed to preserve as much of its texture and natural properties. Unlike plastic, wood is a non-uniform natural material that frequently has growth rings or knots, colored spots or rough areas. These are not defects - they are distinctive signs that guarantee the natural origin and give uniqueness to each toy, telling the story of the tree from which it was made.
This oak tree is absolutely stunning! It’s a wonderful size, it’s very sturdy and the workmanship is impeccable. I love the sizeable base which keeps it from getting knocked over during play and the attention to detail is fantastic. Love it!
Absolutely stunned by the quality and beauty of this tree. I’d seen photos of the Bumbu trees here and there on Facebook groups and finally decided to take the plunge and get one, and I am so so happy with it. I need more now!