It looks good enough to eat - but this is one Christmas pudding you certainly wouldn't want to cover in flaming brandy, Mail Online reported.
The 20ft-high creation was the idea of Roger and Valerie Holley. It is made of two 25-year-old conifers which Mr Holley, 60, merged together.
He and his wife, 64, spent five years pruning the trees in front of their home in Yeovil, Somerset to perfect the round shape.
For the Christmas pudding look, they attached toilet ballcocks for berries and 5ft pieces of plywood for leaves, before spraying it with white emulsion paint.
Grandfather-of-two Roger said: 'We're so proud of our Christmas pudding. It's taken a lot of work to make it look this good, but the effort was worth it.
'The tree is a real favourite with the neighbours, and the local schoolchildren just love it.
'It's become something of a local phenomenon among residents, who say it looks good enough to eat.'