Christmas Tree Farm


Make your Christmas special with a real Christmas tree grown with care in Wales.  Choose from Nordman, Frasier & Norway Spruce, available in a variety of sizes, also available in pots with roots.

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Every year our illustrious leader dons his ears and stripy tights and heads out to the deep depths of the Welsh countryside (our suppliers) to fetch hundreds of wonderful quality Christmas trees just in time for the holiday season. We stock a range of sizes from 3-4 ft up to 18ft. Smaller sizes are also available in pots with roots. (Larger sizes need to be ordered beforehand). These come in Nordman, Frasier and Norway Spruce all raised and grown with care in Wales. 

Delivery available for all Christmas trees.

Wooden bases also available at £7 each

Call us now to order your Christmas Tree today Tel: 01341 241 888

Types of Christmas Tree



Considered to be the most popular and bestselling tree in America, the Fraser Fir has also been making it's mark in the UK. Many people choose this tree for it's gorgeous silvery-green, dense and bushy foliage as well as the softness of the needles, which help to avoid scratches and other injuries. Another reason why this tree is so popular is due to the sweet citrus aroma given off by the tree, this scent fills your home and can last for as long as the tree is indoors. The branches of the tree are thick, strong and are angled upward to allow easy decoration and it can take on heavier ornaments with no trouble. Already blessed with excellent needle retention, this tree will hold on to it's needles for as long as it is kept well watered.

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Currently the best selling Christmas tree in the UK, Nordmann Firs are much loved for their symmetrical shape, hardiness and their glossy dark green foliage which is slightly scented. The Nordmann Fir is blessed with excellent needle retention, unlike some varieties it will hold on to it's needles as long as possible, they will start to slightly curl inward rather than completely fall off at first. This means less hoovering and more time admiring the beautiful foliage of this tree. The tree itself requires very little training or pruning, while it is outside a slight trim once or twice a year to help keep it's shape is usually all that is required

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The quintessential original Christmas tree, the Norway Spruce has been grown on UK shores since Victorian times and is the variety people mostly associate with christmas. It's classic shape, look and fresh scent all contribute to that traditional and nostalgic christmas feeling. Sporting dark green foliage all year round and featuring a good symmetrical conical shape, with thin prickly needles that sit sharply rigid, perfect for hanging up those decorations. Needle retention on this particular variety can be poor if it is not properly looked after, but given plenty of water and care then needle loss should be minimal.