Remember your Real Christmas Tree will need a stand that will allow you to give it a drink of water to keep it happy and healthy.
Congratulations to the latest winners in our Facebook Giveaway! Scottish Christmas Trees are delighted to announce that the winners of our Facebook competition are David McIver and Tracey Brown. They will be receiving a Fraser Fir Christmas Tree and a Purple Extravaganza Christmas Wreath respectively. Entries are now open for our final prize of an Xbox 360. Check out our Facebook page for details!
Scottish Christmas Trees are offering a 10% discount on selected heights of our freshly cut low needle drop Fraser Fir and our freshly cut low needle drop Nordman Fir. For a fresh christmas tree with great needle retention the Nordman Fir and Fraser Fir can’t be beaten so grab yourself a bargain and have the finest premium grade Christmas Tree delivered to your door this Christmas.
It’s never too early to get your Christmas Tree ordered. We’re taking orders now for christmas trees and you can choose when you would like it delivered. By ordering early you get the greatest choice of tree sizes. As the Festive Season approaches we generally find that the larger christmas trees become ‘sold out’.
Just now we have a great selection of heights in 3 different varieties – Nordman Fir and Fraser Fir, both of which are low drop christmas trees, and the more traditional Norway Spruce, which is better for outside or colder areas in the house. We will begin to despatch cut Christmas trees from the end of November till the 20th December, delivering to homes throughout the UK. We often get asked if we deliver trees to London and the South of England. Yes, in fact, most of our trees are delivered to London and the surrounding areas.
This is an ideal time of year to purchase your pot grown christmas tree if you’re intending to plant it out in the garden. While there’s still a little warmth in the ground it will give the tree time to get established before the colder weather arrives.
Pot grown christmas trees have so many uses – especially for children. Buying a smaller pot grown tree can give children a small christmas tree to decorate in their own way, and call their own – they can even make their own decorations, which will keep them busy in the run up to the Festive Season.
Pot grown christmas trees are also ideal to use as table decorations, in offices and are great for the small houses, where space is limited.
This year we have a wonderful selection of Fraser Fir and Norway Spruce christmas trees that have been grown in pots all their lives. The Fraser Fir has a lovely soft needle and even most of them have a perfume, making that little bit special.