Christmas Trees Are Here

by | 23 Nov 2021 | Christmas, Seasonal

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Christmas Trees

Our full range of Christmas trees will be available in our festive  ‘Winter Wonderland’ setting from next week, commencing 29th November, both potted and cut trees.

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The Nordman Fir

A firm favourate with one of the best needle retension charachteristics of any Christmas tree. The short, dark green needles are soft and flattened on the branch, with a waxy cuticle that gives the tree its shiny appearance and helps prevent drying.

With a fresh piney smell once in your home, it’s strong branches are perfect for holding large or heavy ornaments.

Nordman Fir Tree
    • Available either cut or pot grown
    • Potted trees from 60cm to 175cm and from £35.99
    • Cut trees from 100cm to 300cm and from £25
    • Stands to support and to keep your cut tree hydrated
    • Tip: Pick the right height for you but don’t forget the stand can add an extra 15 cm to the overall height.
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The Frazer Fir

The Fraser Fir is a slim but dense, non-dropping Christmas tree with a distinctive orangey/citrus aromour. The leaves are dark green needle-like, arranged spirally on the branch and with a silvery/bluey, appearance on the underside of the fir

Nordman Fir Tree
    • Available as pot grown only
    • Potted trees from 80cm to 180cm and from £40
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The Norway Spruce

The Norway Spruce is the traditional Christmas tree and is still popular today. With dark green prickly pines and symmetrical shape, we have superb Spruces available

Nordman Fir Tree
    • Available either cut or pot grown
    • Potted trees from 80cm to 150cm and from £30
    • Cut trees from 120cm to 200cm and from £25
    • Stands to support and to keep your cut tree hydrated
    • Tip: Pick the right height for you but don’t forget the stand can add an extra 15 cm to the overall height.
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Tree Care

Keep your Tree outside till it’s required. Take it out of it’s netting as soon as you get home to prevent mould and fungus from growing on damp branches. If you’re not setting it up straight away, place it in a bucket of water in the garden away from wind and direct sunlight.

Trim the Tree trunk (cut trees). Before you place your tree it’s always best to give it some water to avoid it becoming dry and dehydrated. We recommend you cut about 2.5cm of the trunk so the base is fresh.

The best place for your Tree? Place your tree in a suitable location away from heat sources like fires or radiators to prevent it from drying out and losing it’s needles faster. Allow your tree to settle for 24 hours before decorating.

Water your Christmas Tree regularly! It’s best to keep our tree watered to keep it looking fresh and full. A dehydrated tree can wilt and droop quickly. If your tree is pot grown, make sure you water the roots, if it’s kept outside it might need more water to keep it from drying out depending on its location.

How to recycle your Christmas Tree? Once the new year comes around it’s time to think how to recycle your tree. If your tree is cut we provide a FREE facility, and encourage you to use it. The trees are ground up to form wood chip which we use around The Nursery. This is a FREE service, but we do request that you make a generous donation to Dorothy House Hospice Care, the charity that we raise funds for throughout the year.

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Christmas Wreaths

We have been creating our own wreaths for quite a few years and put a lot of imagination and creativity into making something very special. So whether its for your front door or to remember your nearest & dearest, we can produce a unique wreath for you.

 

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