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!
Remember that most retailers will supply you with a spruce that has already been cut for 3 or 4 weeks. Ours are always cut on demand, making them the freshest you can possibly get.
Norway spruces are our most reasonably priced trees, because they are the fastest growing. But remember that they do not last as long as non-drop types such as Fraser Fir and Nordmann Fir. I would not recommend displaying a Norway spruce Christmas tree indoors before 5th December.
Outdoors, however, Norway spruces last very well indeed, because they will not get warm and dry out. This makes them ideal for outdoor display.
Sizes range from 4ft (1.2m) to 12ft (3.6m). Click here for visual chart