Christmas Trees

Freshly Cut Christmas Trees

We have been growing our own Christmas trees for the last 28 years here at Church Farm. Because they are growing right here where we sell them, they are cut at the last minute, for ultimate freshness.

The whole barn comes alive with their newly cut smell, and you can see they are still perky and strong, meaning that they still look perfect when they arrive at your home.

We grow two varieties: the Nordmann Fir and the Norway Spruce.

Nordmann Fir

This tree has thicker needles that it retains really well. This is the tree for you if you want to start Christmas as soon as possible!

Norway Spruce

This is the traditional Christmas tree that smells beautiful and has finer needles. The needles drop more easily in the warm so don’t bring it in too early. Perfect for those of you who enjoy Christmas packed into those special few days.


Keeping Your Tree Fresh

A Christmas tree takes up water in the same way as cut flowers. Just like a lovely bouquet needs to be in a jug of water, your tree needs the same care. It is essential to put your tree in water and keep it topped up every day throughout the Christmas period.

To start with they will drink about a pint of water a day.

For more information on our trees and how to care for them, please contact us or ask when you come to the shop. We would love to help and after 28 years of growing them we can tell you everything you need to know!