Make sure your Christmas tree is freshly cut so buy from a local grower
Planning to get your Christmas tree early then go for one of the Firs which give excellent needle retention, the Nordmann Fir is now our most popular Christmas tree.
Always short on time then remember you can always “reserve a growing Christmas tree” at Festive Farm Weekends in late November and pick it up nearer Christmas
Short on space why not try a Fraser Fir which is a very slender tree, or why not a Pot-grown Christmas tree.
Curious pets then maybe a Blue Spruce is for you, very prickly so your playful pet will soon learn!
A very warm room then go for a Fir which will cope with it best and remember to keep your Christmas tree as far as you can from a heat source
Want to try something different? then maybe the Scots Pine, Rocky Mountain Fir or Meyer Spruce
Love the scent of a real Christmas tree a Noble Fir, Fraser Fir or the traditional Norway Spruce have a wonderful aroma
What ever you choose, make sure you look after your Christmas tree like a “cut flower” – see our Tree care page for details
And enjoy your real Christmas tree …..!