Our Christmas Trees
Frasier Fir Tree
These trees have great fragrance with dark green needles that are silvery underneath. Good needle retention and a pyramid-shaped, strong branches which turn upward.
Norway Spruce Tree
Keep them well watered for good needle retention and enjoy this traditional Christmas tree which is dark green and has a strong fragrance along with a great conical shape.
Scottish Pine Tree
It is probably the most commonly used species as a Christmas Tree in North America and Great Britain. The needles are variable in length, ranging from 1" to 3", and colour is likewise variable with rich tones of fresh bright and lush deep greens.
Lodgepole Pine Tree
A low needle-drop tree with beautiful tapering branches that rarely lose their needles if well hydrated. The needles are green/yellow in colour. The traditionalists Christmas tree.
Douglas Fir Tree
Probably the strongest scent of all Christmas trees, very popular in the USA. A true fir with great shape but a little harder to decorate with baubles as usually much denser.
This is the most popular Christmas Tree in the UK as it has excellent needle retention with lush dark green needles. They are symmetrical trees with strong branches, great for displaying ornaments.
Blue Spruce Tree
Beautiful, unique blue colouring, needs watering well and has good stiff branches, great for hanging heavy decorations. An ideal small or second tree.