Christmas tree information 2020

Our Christmas trees will be arriving this Saturday 28th November. Freshly cut from the Welsh/Shropshire border they are British grown and some of the finest trees you will see. Dealing with a family friend for the last 25 years, we have an established relationship for delivering great trees to our loyal customers every year.
We supply a variety of sizes ranging from 4ft up to 12ft with the Nordmann Fir, the most traditional and popular non drop tree.
We also stock the Fraser Fir, a tree which has gained popularity over the years due to its fantastic dense foliage and pine smell and also non drop.
Finally we stock a selection of smaller potted trees should you wish to plant or pot for next year.
Please see below for our price structure:
Nordmann Fir trees:
3-4 ft – £35
4-5 ft – £39.50
6-7 ft – £47.50
7-8 ft – £57.50
Larger trees are available and will be charged at £12 per foot.
Frazer Fir trees:
6-7ft – £45
Potted trees will be vary but start from £35.
Covid 19:
We do not operate time slots for you to purchase your Christmas tree. You are able to come and select your tree at a time that suits you. We are based outside and a queuing system will be in operation at busier times. We just ask for people to be patient and to respect social distancing alongside good common sense.
Please note we do not offer a delivery service.
For any further questions please phone the farm shop on 01622 813080 and we will do our best to help.
Kind regards,
The Farm Shop team

Please phone us for any enquiries.
01622 813080.

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