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Christmas Trees

We will have samples of Christmas Trees for you to see at our Christmas Fayre and pre order if you would like to.

Christmas trees - Nordman firs - potted trees all from £28.00

Tree stands - logs

Order your Christmas tree from 3rd November 2019 - Click here to download our order form

For collection from the farm

How to look after your Christmas Tree...

Prepare the Trunk of your tree
Just before you install your tree, saw off the bottom 1" (3cm) of the trunk. This creates a fresh cut and opens up the pores in the bark, which otherwise block up with sap within a few hours of being cut. The tree is then able to drink water through these pores via capillary action.

  1. They need routine.
  2. Do not expose your tree to sudden changes in temperature.
  3. Keep it away from heat sources.
  4. Position your Christmas tree away from any heat sources such as radiators and fireplaces.
  5. Heat dries out your tree faster, so the further from its source the better.

Water your tree!
Place your tree in plain water – not soil or sand which would block the pores in the bark. This is best achieved by using a specially designed Christmas Tree Stand. Many precious hours can be wasted trying to make a Christmas Tree stand up straight in an ordinary bucket, using just bricks or stones! Then keep on watering it!

Keep the Christmas tree stand topped up with water. Your Christmas tree may drink 2-3 pints (1-2 litres) of water per day, depending on its size and your central heating settings.

This is very important as once the water level drops below the tree's trunk, sap will re-seal the bark within a few hours, preventing the tree from drinking any further water - even if you then re-fill the Christmas tree stand.


You won't have to saw off the bottom inch of the trunk again!  An empty bottle of wine is ideal for topping up the stand with water–and a good way of remembering to give your tree a Christmas drink!

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