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Back to Work

Posted by sct on  February 13, 2009

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Category: General News
After a very busy Christmas period and all of us having some holiday time in January to restore our energy levels it is now back to work. Just now we’re busy shearing the sides of the trees to encourage them to grow into what we all imagine a good Christmas Tree shape should be.   We begin doing this on trees once they reach approximately 4ft and will do it every year until the tree is

Sunset over the Christmas Tree Field

Posted by sct on  November 21, 2008

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Category: On the farm
We are starting to get very busy sending out Christmas tree now and after a hard days work it was lovely to see such a nice sunset over the Christmas tree field! Sunset over the Christmas Tree Field was last modified: October 3rd, 2016 by sct
  It’s getting to that time of year when you start to think about choosing your Christmas Tree for the festive season.  We are already sending out cut and container grown Christmas trees to web customers and busineses across the country. Selecting your perfect Christmas Tree was last modified: October 3rd, 2016 by sct

Tree Decorating Competition!

Posted by sct on  October 31, 2008

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Category: General News
We are running a competition this year for the Best Dressed Fresh Christmas Tree! The prize for the winning entrants is a Fraser Fir Tree, the height of their choice up to 7ft for Christmas 2009! This is fun for all the family to enjoy. Everyone needs to get together with their ideas for their perfect Christmas Tree and decorate it in the best way they can. The Best Dressed trees will be posted on

Fully Stocked

Posted by sct on  October 27, 2008

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Category: General News
By the end of this week all our stock should be in, including some really large Christmas baubles that look great.   Someone suggested a great way to make a decoration with them would be to attach a piece of fishing wire to them, then hang them from the ceiling in a group – something different! The first of the pot grown Christmas trees are being netted today and will be despatched tomorrow, and at the