Christmas trees are an essential part of seasonal celebrations. We have made a policy decision this year for environmental reasons, to only supply Living Christmas Trees! We think a tree should be for life not just for Christmas 😉
Our fabulous fir trees are potted with a full root system and we have 3 varieties that will make fabulous Christmas trees and can then be planted in the ground after the holidays.
Each variety has a range of sizes to fit your space (and budget)
White Pine or White Fir Trees
Nordmann Fir Trees
Colorado Blue Spruce
Have you considered having a living Christmas Tree in your home instead of a cut Christmas Tree? We have some lovely potted pines that are fully rooted and highly suited for using as Living Christmas Trees. Once Christmas is over, pop them outside where they can be planted in the garden whenever you are ready.
Picea Pungens Blue Diamond ( Colorado Blue Spruce ‘Blue Diamond’)
With pretty silvery blue foliage and originating from the Rocky Mountains, these little beauties will look very festive in your home over Christmas. At circa 140 cm tall (excluding pot), Blue Diamond is possibly the best fit to use as a small living Christmas tree with a very large cute factor.
Abies Concolor (White Pine or White Fir)
If you are looking for something taller to use as a living Christmas tree, Abies Concolor is a striking conifer tree, with silver blue pine needles. It naturally grows in a superb Christmas tree shape. Native to North America, it makes a lovely living Christmas tree and will look wonderful in the garden afterwards. You will need space for these though, as they are already quite tall at 2 to 2.5 metres.
For something more traditional, our Nordmann Fir Christmas trees (Latin name Abies Nordmanniana) make a picture perfect Christmas tree! These Nordmanns are available in sizes ranging from 1.7 metres tall to 3 metres.
You can buy these living Christmas Trees online and have them delivered to your door. Please note the last date for placing your order for delivery in time for Christmas is Sunday 18th December 2016.
Make sure to keep your living Christmas trees well watered while they are insider and try not to have them too near a strong heat source such as a fire or a radiator.