Real Christmas Trees

Fraser Fir

Abies fraseri

It has good needle-retention with dense branches and soft green needles with a silver underside. This is the most heavily scented of all Christmas trees and the scent will fill the room throughout the festive season. The Fraser fir is widely used as a Christmas tree in America, and has been used more times than any other as the official White House Christmas tree.

Available as a cut tree

Nordman Fir

Abies nordmanniana

By far the most popular Christmas tree variety in the UK, the Nordman fir is best known for its excellent needle retention.

It has soft, deep green, glossy foliage on tiered branches that are perfect for displaying large baubles.

Available as both a cut or container grown tree

Norway Spruce

Picea abies

For a traditional Christmas, the Norway spruce is the perfect choice.

It is a bushy well-shaped tree with a classic spruce fragrance. Whilst it does not have excellent needle retention, if you keep it well watered and away from heat, it will look great throughout the festive period. It offers great value for money and is ideal for outdoor use.

Available as both a cut or container grown tree

Picea Pungens Super Blue

This attractive evergreen conifer is slow growing, forming a pyramid shape as it matures. Its silver to bright blue needles make quite a striking feature in your garden and also make it an ideal Christmas tree for those who want to move away from the traditional green of Norway Spruce and Nordmans. The blue intensifies as the tree ages, bringing colour and interest to your garden all year round.

Available as container grown tree

Korean Fir

Abies koreana

It has soft, deep green, glossy foliage on tiered branches that are perfect for displaying large baubles. Certain years they will have beautiful large cones growing from the branches.

Available as a cut tree

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