Choosing The Right Type Of Christmas Tree

Looking for the beautiful 'no-drop real Christmas tree,' but don't know which variety is best for you?

This guide will help you decide which Christmas Tree species is right for you

In general, the Nordman Fir gives a lower needle drop and the Norway Spruce (the traditional tree) loses needles more quickly than the other varieties in a hot room. Providing that appropriate care is taken, trees should survive for four weeks or longer. To guarantee your complete satisfaction, we recommend that trees should not be purchased earlier than December 1st.

Buying your real Christmas tree!

Nothing beats the smell of a real Christmas tree. Choose yours with family or friends direct from our farm. Our knowledgeable and friendly staff will help you choose the right tree for you.

   

 

Christmas Tree

Needle Holding (without water)

Needle Holding (with water) Fragrance Firmness of Branches Needle Softness
Norway Spruce
Serbian Spruce
Nordman Fir
Fraser Fir

Buying your real Christmas tree!

Nothing beats the smell of a real Christmas tree. Choose yours with family or friends direct from our farm. Our knowledgeable and friendly staff will help you choose the right tree for you.

British Christmas Tree Growers’ Association

Friezeland Christmas Tree Farm is a member of the British Christmas Tree Growers’ Association. We aim to supply the customer with the perfect centre-piece for their Christmas celebrations.

All Friezeland Farm Christmas Trees are grown in accordance with the BCTGA environmental Code of Practice and are guaranteed fresh.

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