6 Million Christmas Trees Sold Each Year

Between 100-150 million families in Europe put up a real Christmas tree in their home.

Its believed more than 90 percent of UK families put up a Christmas tree to celibrate the festive holidays.

Christmas Tree Harvesting

When our Christams trees  are cut they are typically between 5 - 10 years old and more trees are planted every year than are harvested.

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

 

We sell four main species of tree:

Norway Spruce - The Norway Spruce is still regarded as the traditional Christmas tree and continues to be a popular choice.

Serbian Spruce - The Serbian Spruce is a close relative of the Norway Spruce, although similar in appearance it has the added attraction of a blue underside to its needles.

Nordman Fir - The Nordman Fir has a classic Christmas tree shape and a dark green glossy needle.

Fraser Fir -  The Fraser Fir shares similarities with the traditional Spruce tree. Its excellent needle holding and strong scent make it a popular choice for indoor use.

 

How long should a real Christmas tree last inside?

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.

 

All our trees are home grown and supplied 'farm fresh' so they last longer!