How to Buy
Freshly cut trees
Come and view our freshly cut Christmas trees in our brand new display area. We will have a vast array of trees for you to choose from in all types, shapes and sizes. We are cutting trees on a daily basis from our plantations, so we know you will be spoilt for choice. All our tree prices can be found here on our Pricing Page.
ANNOUNCEMENT: After a record breaking weekend of tree tagging our Nordman plantation next to the Tipi is now closed for tagging. But we are bringing thousands of freshly cut Nordmans in from our other plantation which is the other side of the farm for you to choose from on display in our yard. There are still plenty of Blue Spruces, Norways and Frazer Firs in the field for you to choose from.
We sell four main varieties of trees
NORDMAN FIR: The most popular variety, these are generally very bushy, have thick needles and very good needle holding qualities. They are one of the slowest-growing varieties taking up to 9 year to reach 6’.
FRAZER FIR: Very good at holding its needles but are quite narrow which is perfect if you are limited on space. They have strong upward branches ideal for hanging heavy decorations. Frazers have quirky irregular shapes so no 2 are ever the same.
NORWAY SPRUCE: The traditional Christmas Tree which many people associate with Christmas. This variety have tiny thin needles that used to have a bad reputation for dropping its needles but if kept watered and away from direct heat this tree will hold its needles very well.
BLUE SPRUCE: Apart from its distinctive silvery blue colour this variety produces an amazing citrus aroma and is also good at holding its needles. The only draw back is that the needles tend to be more spiky than other varieties.
Pot Grown Trees
We also offer a selection of Pot Grown Christmas Trees with roots, these trees are ideal for both indoor and outdoor use. Being planted in their own pot allows you to water them often and you can also then plant them on in your garden after Christmas or keep them until next year. As your tree grows you will need to transfer them into a larger pot each year to allow for the roots to spread and the tree to continue to grow.
Pot Grown Trees are limited to only smaller sizes, this is because the pot restricts the size of the rootball and therefore growth beyond a certain height. Their smaller sizes allow them to be displaying on tables, for gifts or around small children. All our prices can be found here.
Choose from our plantations*
If you can’t find your perfect tree in our display area, you can wander around our plantations, choose a tree and have it cut down then and there by one of our lovely staff members.
The plantation is closed when it is dark for the safety of our customers and staff.
Alternatively, if you are not wanting a tree straight away you can tag a tree in our plantations for a later date. Please note: all tagged trees must be paid for at the time of tagging.*
*Please see our announcement at the top of this page about our plantations
Order over the phone
If you cannot visit the farm we also offer delivery within a 30 mile radius. Order by calling 01858 657008 and we will choose the best tree for you based on your requirements and deliver it direct to your door for a fee. See our postcode calculator for pricing.
We provide trees for businesses, councils and schools. Visit our dedicated Corporate Tree Page here.
How to get your tree to your home
You can either take your tree away with you then and there or have it delivered on a date suited to you (48 hours notice required). Alternatively you can come back and collect it during the week at a time to suit. Weekend collection by prior arrangement only.
Please visit our Tree Delivery Page to find out delivery charges to your postcode.