Welcome to Frenchay Christmas Tree Farm in Bristol. Pick your tree while it’s still growing or get a Christmas Tree delivery in & around Bristol

Welcome to Frenchay Christmas Tree Farm in Bristol. Pick your tree while it’s still growing or get a Christmas Tree delivery in & around Bristol

Early-bird Tree Reservation Weekend! For three days only – Friday 4th to Sunday 6th November 2022

Open every day 9am – 5pm from …

19th Nov to 23rd December 2022

Old Gloucester Rd, Frenchay
Bristol BS16 1QW


No booking required.    Dogs on leads welcome.

Shop in person at the farm or get a Christmas tree delivery in Bristol & surrounding areas

Walk among our Christmas trees – we grow six different varieties – and we will cut the one you choose. Or browse from our freshly pre-cut and living, pot-grown trees. 

More about choosing & cutting your tree

Visit us and reserve your tree.
Choose your tree, decorate it, and come back at a later date to collect it. Or arrange for us to deliver it. You can’t get fresher than that !

More about reserving your tree

Order your tree, wreath and stand online, and get it all delivered to your door in the week of your choice. Alternatively, buy online and visit us to collect.

Shop online now

Many of our customers like to come and reserve a tree, returning at a later date to cut it and take it home.

Before you visit, pack some weather resistant decorations so you can decorate your tree at the farm. Once at the farm, come to the sales area to pick up a tree tag and write your name on it.

Once you have chosen your tree, attach your labels and decorations to it. The more things you bring to make it unique, the easier it is to find later!

Frenchay Christmas Trees are the most environmentally friendly trees you can buy. We plant new trees every year, to replace the ones that have been cut down.

Locally grown, buying from us means almost zero road miles.

Plus you are lending your support to an 18-acre greenfield site that has made a home for many mammals such as deer and badgers, thousands of insects and spiders, as well as plants, fungi and microscopic organisms that underpin the whole food chain.