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Christmas Tree Care

tree-care.jpgAll of our Christmas trees are cut as late in to the season as possible so you can be assured that your Real Christmas tree is as fresh as it should be. As Real Christmas trees are a natural product they will all behave very differently. Even though you have your tree in water, some Christmas trees will shut down more quickly than others and this can lead to premature needle loss. If this happens you need to call us straightway and we will be happy to replace your Christmas tree free of charge. 

We have been asked by customers how early our Real Christmas trees are cut because some retailers claim to cut their trees on the day of dispatch. This is actually the worst treatment a cut Christmas tree can be subjected to. When a tree is felled it goes in to shock and if it is moved straight away it is a sure way for it to loose its needles. Any professional and caring grower is aware of this. 

Our Real Christmas trees are cut and then left in the field for a few days to recover. Then they are collected and delivered to us. This process usually takes up to 5 days but as the conditions are cold and the Christmas trees are outside, it does not have any detrimental effects to the Christmas tree whatsoever. Roses are treated in exactly the same way. 

Unless stated our Real Christmas trees are sold as cut trees and will require a Christmas tree stand  or bucket. Please follow our care tips to help you keep your Christmas trees perky throughout the Festive season.

Cut Christmas Tree Care

Visit our dedicated page for full information on Cut Christmas Trees and Cut Christmas Tree Care
or alternatively browse our selection of Real Christmas Trees

Pot Grown Christmas Tree Care

Visit our dedicated page for full information on Pot Grown Christmas Trees and Pot Grown Christmas Tree Care
or alternatively browse our selection of Pot Grown Christmas Trees

Please do not hesitate to call us on 01577 865500 if your are unsure how to care for your Christmas tree.