We have six different species of Christmas Tree to choose from, as well as pot-grown trees that are still growing
and good for planting outside after Christmas (if they are looked after!)

With thousands of trees growing on the farm, there hopefully will be a tree for everyone, from shorties to tall boys, thinnies and fatties, and all sorts in-between. There is a huge range of prices, so the trees are individually labelled, and we are offering some competitive prices on pre-cut trees that you will find priced between £20 and £30.


Nordmann Fir (non-drop)

Our most popular seller, the Nordmann Fir is a tall and stately non-drop tree with a full shape. The branches are arranged in horizontal tiers, and covered with thick and soft, deep green needles.

The Nordmann Fir is considered to be the most pet-friendly Christmas tree of all, since its soft needles will not work their way into the paws of cats and dogs. Iguanas and rabbits also find these trees agreeable, to eat and climb.

You can expect at least 4 weeks’ display time in the house, after cutting. Keeping the tree watered will help to keep the needles glossy and lustrous.

Sizes range from 4ft/1.2m to 12ft/3.6m, priced at £8/ft.
A 6ft/1.8m tree, therefore, would be £48.
Above 12ft, please contact us for a quote.


Norway Spruce

The traditional Christmas Tree, with the classic Christmas scent. Although it has a reputation for dropping its prickly needles all over the place when you take it down in January, we find that a freshly cut Norway Spruce will last for at least three weeks after cutting if kept watered. Some of our customers have reported longer survival times, and they go on to put them in the garden afterwards, continuing to enjoy the tree well into spring!

Sizes range from 4ft/1.2m to 12ft/3.6m, priced at £6/ft.
A 6ft/1.8m tree, therefore, would be £36.
Above 12ft, please contact us for a quote.


Fraser Fir (non-drop)

Probably the best of all our trees, for keeping it’s needles the longest. The tree has a lovely slender shape, making it perfect for smaller living rooms, and a remarkable citrus fragrance. The soft, dark green needles are shorter than the Nordmann Fir, and have a whitish underside, giving the tree a lovely silvery appearance.

Sizes range from 4ft/1.2m to 7ft/2.1m, priced at £30 for a 4ft tree, £35 for a 5ft tree, £40 for a 6ft tree, and £45 for a 7ft tree.
We do not have sizes larger than 7ft.


Douglas Fir

Our fastest-growing tree, and therefore our cheapest, the Douglas Fir makes a superb Christmas Tree if you are looking for something a bit like a traditional Norway Spruce, but without the sharp needles.

The fragrance is totally unique, and the soft, mid-green needles can be used (in small quantities) to favour sugar or gin for Christmas treats.

We have used Douglas Fir to build the shelter in the car park.

Sizes range from 4ft/1.2m to 8ft/2.4m, priced at £20 for a 4ft tree, £35 for a 6ft tree, and £45 for an 8ft tree.


Blue Spruce

With a beautiful, silvery blue-green hue, this very fragrant Christmas tree is unlike any other. Be wary, though, of it’s highly prickly needles. Even our seasoned tree-cutting staff know to handle this tree with gloves.

Sizes range from 4ft/1.2m to 7ft/2.1m, priced at £25 for a 4ft tree, £30 for a 5ft tree, £35 for a 6ft tree, and £40 for a 7ft tree.


Serbian Spruce

Much overlooked, this is a slender and impressive beauty that makes a perfect alternative to the Norway Spruce if space is tight and a much narrower tree is required.

To compare with the Norway Spruce (show to the left, in the photo), the foliage is much darker with a fine silvery blue hue.

Like the Norway Spruce, the sharp needles will drop once the tree has dried out, but a with a freshly cut tree you can expect at least three weeks’ display time, often longer if kept in a coolish spot and watered daily.

Sizes range from 4ft/1.2m to 10ft/3m, priced at £6/ft.
A 6ft/1.8m tree, therefore, would be £36.


Trees in Pots

Yes we have trees in pots! A choice of Nordmann Fir, Fraser Fir, Norway Spruce and Serbian Spruce. They are all grown in their pots, which means you can try growing them out in the garden after you have finished with them in the house. They grow best if replanted in the ground, and require plenty of water in their first spring and summer.

Sizes range between 4ft/1.2m and 6ft/1.8m, and stock is limited, so get yours while you can. Prices start from £30 for a 4ft Norway Spruce, and £35 for a 4ft Nordmann Fir.