Christmas Trees will be in stock from the end of November

With its easy-care credentials, it's no wonder the Nordman Fir is Britain's biggest selling Christmas tree.  Boasting quite a symmetrical shape, it has glossy forest-green needles and great needle retention, ensuring it lasts very well. Soft, luxuriant foliage makes it child and pet friendly. 

A few tips to help your tree stay fresh and healthy into the New Year:

1.Stand it in a bucket of water and keep it in a cool place such as a garage or shed until you are ready to take in doors for decorating.

2. Before taking it indoors, cut off at least 1 inch from the bottom of the trunk and gently shake the tree to remove any loose needles.

3. Stand the tree in the coolest part of the room, ideally next to a window and away from radiators and fires. If you've chosen a tree stand that allows the tree to be immersed in water - top the water up daily!

We can deliver Christmas trees within a 35 mile radius of the nursery.

  • Abies fraseri (150cm)

    Medium sized tree with slender, conical crown. Leaves short, 1-2cm long, crowded on the upper side of the twigs. Dark shining leaves with 3-5cm cones that are purple when young. A good bushy non drop Christmas tree.

  • Abies fraseri (160cm)

    Medium sized tree with slender, conical crown. Leaves short, 1-2cm long, crowded on the upper side of the twigs. Dark shining leaves with 3-5cm cones that are purple when young. A good bushy non drop Christmas tree.

  • Abies fraseri (90cm)

    Medium sized tree with slender, conical crown. Leaves short, 1-2cm long, crowded on the upper side of the twigs. Dark shining leaves with 3-5cm cones that are purple when young. A good bushy non drop Christmas tree.

  • Nordman & Block 100-125cm (3' to 4' approx)

    Nordman Fir is one of the most important species grown for Christmas trees, being favoured for its attractive foliage, with needles that are not sharp and do not drop readily when the tree dries out. ('Block' refers to the wooden block on which the tree is secured for free standing).

  • Nordman & Block 125-150cm (4' to 5' approx)

    Nordman Fir is one of the most important species grown for Christmas trees, being favoured for its attractive foliage, with needles that are not sharp and do not drop readily when the tree dries out. ('Block' refers to the wooden block on which the tree is secured for free standing).

  • Nordman & Block 150-175cm (5' to 6' approx)

    Nordman Fir is one of the most important species grown for Christmas trees, being favoured for its attractive foliage, with needles that are not sharp and do not drop readily when the tree dries out. ('Block' refers to the wooden block on which the tree is secured for free standing).

  • Nordman & Block 175-200cm (6' to 6' 6" approx)

    Nordman Fir is one of the most important species grown for Christmas trees, being favoured for its attractive foliage, with needles that are not sharp and do not drop readily when the tree dries out. ('Block' refers to the wooden block on which the tree is secured for free standing).

  • Nordman Cut 175cm (6' approx)

    Nordman Fir is one of the most important species grown for Christmas trees, being favoured for its attractive foliage, with needles that are not sharp and do not drop readily when the tree dries out. ('Cut' refers to the base of the tree without a wooden block stand).

  • Nordman Cut 250-300cms (10' approx)

    Nordman Fir is one of the most important species grown for Christmas trees, being favoured for its attractive foliage, with needles that are not sharp and do not drop readily when the tree dries out. ('Cut' refers to the base of the tree without a wooden block stand).

  • Nordman Cut 250cm (8' approx)

    Nordman Fir is one of the most important species grown for Christmas trees, being favoured for its attractive foliage, with needles that are not sharp and do not drop readily when the tree dries out. ('Cut' refers to the base of the tree without a wooden block stand).

  • Picea abies Potted 220cm (7' approx)

    Norway Spruce. A tall coniferous tree of pyramidal habit forming a cylindrical shape in time, with needle-like, dark green leaves. Height 12m. Spread 2m. Evergreen. Hardy.

  • Picea Glauca var. Albertiana Conica (100cm)

    White Spruce. A neat cone-shaped dwarf conifer. very attractive in later spring when it is covered with bright green shoots. Evergreen. Hardy. If kept in a pot this conifer requires regular feeding and watering.

  • Picea Glauca Var. Albertiana Conica (75cm)

    White Spruce. A neat cone-shaped dwarf conifer. very attractive in later spring when it is covered with bright green shoots. Evergreen. Hardy. If kept in a pot this conifer requires regular feeding and watering.

  • Picea pungens var. Glauca Super Blue (50cm)

    Dense, broad, upright pyramidal shape with closely-spaced, ascending branches and steel blue needle colour. Height: 10 to 15 feet. Spread: 7 to 10 feet. Full sun.

  • Picea pungens var. Glauca Super Blue (80cm)

    Dense, broad, upright pyramidal shape with closely-spaced, ascending branches and steel blue needle colour. Height: 10 to 15 feet. Spread: 7 to 10 feet. Full sun.

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