Its mid October already and here at Scottish Christmas Trees we are gearing up for another busy harvest season. Our Christmas Trees have never looked better and whether the choice is a freshly cut tree for the festive, something longer lasting from our pot grown selection or one of our handmade Christmas Wreaths, we are ‘keeping it real’ for Christmas!
This year we have got lots of great new wreath designs all handmade and designed by Kim Young here at the chirstmas tree farm. Order yours today and have it delivered on a date of your choosing. There is no better way that to make your front door look festive, with lots of colour choices and designs there is something to suit everyone. They can also make a great pre-Christmas present.
When the weather starts to get cold before the festive period you might be thinking about putting on warmer clothing and keeping your self nice and warm. Christmas Trees on the other hand love a nice cold spell in the build up to Christmas. Our Xmas trees benefit from cold weather as it helps to close down their system. So, when the tree is cut down with a closed down system it means that they retain their needles for longer over the Christmas period.
Competition Time at Scottish Christmas Trees
Over the next couple of months Scottish Christmas Trees are going to be running lots of great competitions on our Facebook page:
As the nights are drawing in there is always that feeling that Christmas isn’t that far away. For some of us it might give us a warm cosy feeling inside. But, for some others (the ones who do the organising and work!) it gives us a bit of a sinking feeling. There is so much to do to make sure that Christmas will be a special event that runs with out a hitch. Get the first thing done by ordering your Christmas Tree now, you pick the tree you want, the height of it and importantly the date that you want it to arrive. The perfect xmas tree, on the date you want, delivered to your door. If only all parts of organising Christmas was this easy.
As well as our cut Christmas Trees we also have pot grown trees too. This is a great option for people who might want to plant their Christmas Tree in the garden after its been the centre of attention over the festive period. This can be a great way to save some money as once you have invested in to a pot grown xmas tree you can use it the following year as well. We are able to send out pot grown xmas trees from the middle of October.
Our Christmas Tree business is a year round operation, and through out the year we are doing various things to the trees to make sure that they are looking their best in your home. In October we measure the Xmas Trees as by this point in the trees life we have a good idea of how tall it will be when it is cut down and ready to go off to its new home for Christmas. So, if you go out into one of our Christmas Tree fields in October you will see lots of beautiful trees with their own label on them with their height.
If you want to win one of our Christmas Wreaths all you need to do is get creative and think of a name for one of our new designs. Hand made and designed by Kim Young these Christmas Wreaths are a must have for your front door. Go over to our facebook page called Scottish Christmas Trees and find the competition post. All you need to do is think of a name for the wreath and post it in the comment box below to be in with a chance of winning it.
The battery LED Lights are perfect for adding a little bit of sparkle anywhere in your home. You could place them in a vase with a selection of baubles. Or even wind them around some decorative twigs.
Each year the farm takes on more staff to make sure that all the Christmas Trees arrive to you in the best condition. We have people out in the fields cutting down the trees, and others on tractors bringing the trees to the farm buildings. We have people in the office answering phones and taking orders and then others who pack the trees into the vans ready for their journey to you. We also have our own florist who works hard on each and every wreath. But, what do all these people have in common? Other than Christmas Trees?
That’s right we all like cake!