Our Pot Grown Christmas Tree Range In Centres Now
The traditional Christmas tree choice is usually a cut tree, but in recent years pot grown Christmas trees have experienced a surge in popularity.
Pot grown trees have the convenience of coming sat in their pot, plus the benefit of being a living tree that can last for many years. After Christmas, they can either be re-potted and used again for subsequent Christmases or planted out in the garden. Pot grown trees are frequently chosen as a second Christmas tree, given a prominent spot by the front door or around the home.
Our Christmas tree forests include a range of pot-grown trees for continued or outdoor use at heights starting from 40cm up to above 150cm.
Nordmann Fir is the most popular variety of real Christmas tree in the UK. Rich and dark-green in colour, it has soft needles that are renowned for not dropping.
Norway Spruce is a traditional, compact Christmas tree. It has an excellent green colour of foliage and reddish bark. To ensure good needle retention, it must be well-watered at home.
Renowned for its lovely silvery blue-green colour. Like the Norway Spruce, must be well-watered at home.
40-60cm and 80-100cm
A small and great value Christmas tree. A delightful, decorative tree with dense green branches. Ideal for positioning in smaller spots around the home.
A narrow, attractively-scented and bushy Christmas tree variety with a slim shape, making it a good choice for smaller spaces. Fraser Firs have good needle retention and pretty, soft green-silver needles.
Caring for Pot Grown Christmas Trees
As pot grown trees are designed to be planted outside after use, they have slightly different care requirements from cut trees.
• As with a cut tree, once you get your pot grown Christmas tree home, keep it outside in a sheltered area until you are ready to bring it inside to decorate
• Pot grown trees are still in their original growing pots, wrapped in a special Climate Bag. Water the tree, then open the climate bag and water. There are drainage holes in the bottom so the water can drain freely
• When you bring the tree indoors, remove the climate bag and place the tree into the decorative cover pot
• Position the tree on a protective cloth or mat to help protect surfaces from any scratching or water damage
• Water frequently, but be careful not to overwater