The photos show three different sets of trees, total 35 sets.
Ten sets of light green clumps of scrub are imitations of plants sold as additions to artificial bouquets. They may not look the best, but they are practically indestructible and can be moved around the battlefield without fear and packed without any special care after the game is over.
Ten sets of coniferous trees are simple imitations used in railway modelling.
Leafy trees are made from a multi-colored ground sponge, mounted on a plastic trunk, bought for pennies on a Chinese trade portal. The original trees were covered with an additional portion of finely ground sponge with PVA glue. Despite the fact that the whole thing has been additionally varnished, small pieces of the sponge can detach and these losses will have to be replaced in some time.
I made the models of bases for tree sets myself, and then using them I made silicone moulds. For the casting, I used a two-component polyurethane resin with an easy mixing ratio: 50:50 by weight. After pouring liquid resin into the mold, I threw small metal elements into it to make the stand heavier and the trees to behave stably and not to tip over for any reason.
Painting with acrylic paints, and as an addition, as usual, electrostatic modelling grass.
Modelling and painting: Vazhyl the Cruel.