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Frenchay Christmas Tree Farm in the news

Frenchay Christmas Tree Farm is often in the news…! In December, we sometimes appear on BBC Radio Bristol, who like to phone us for a chat about all things Christmas tree related. Sometimes, the local tv news come to present the weather forecast from our farm! Here are some of press articles we have featured in:

“Trees for Christmas” from RHS magazine The Garden

In December 2019, the Royal Horticultural Society (RHS) asked Simon to write an article about Christmas trees, published in their magazine The Garden. There is a lovely plate illustration of branch samples taken from our own trees. Click here to view the pdf. It will give you a different insight into Christmas trees growing, and the options available for Christmas tree afficionados. Since writing that article, we have been trialling a new species of Christmas tree: Abies bornmuellieriana (Turkish Fir) and so far the results are encouraging although in appearance it is not that different to the Nordmann Fir.

Simon’s Christmas tree story

An article published in RHS The Garden magazine December 2021 giving some background to Frenchay Christmas Tree Farm owner Simon Maughan. Click here to view.

Editorials in tHe Voice Newspapers

For quite a few years now we have been publishing an article in Bristol’s’ Voice newspapers.
Read about Frenchay Christmas Tree Farm news over the years here:

December 2023
December 2022
December 2021
December 2020
December 2019
December 2018
December 2017
December 2016

Huge rush to buy Christmas trees before second lockdown

Wednesday 4 November 2020

Read the article here >


Frenchay Christmas Tree Farm in the news

In December 2018, a seasonal treasure hunt led BBC Radio Bristol to our farm on a seasonal treasure hunt.
Click here to find out what happened (presenter Sacha Bigwood got put through the netting machine, and tied with a bow!)