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Christmas Trees

100% Santa Approved Christmas Trees

 

As experts in trees Forestry Commission England provide the best sustainably grown, British Christmas trees. Decorate your home this Christmas, knowing that your tree will be of the highest quality and grown in a sustainable manner in the UK.

Choose your tree in the forest

Our expert staff can help you choose between a Norway Spruce, Nordman Fir, or a Lodgepole Pine, as you mark the start of the festive season. Get a head start with our online 'choosing your tree' quiz

With every purchase you’ll receive a free baby Christmas tree to look after, as a mark of our commitment to celebrate Christmas sustainably. 

Remember to mark the start of the festive season with your family. Many of our sites will have a full range of activities for the kids, and a chance enjoy a festive workshop. There may even be an chance to meet Santa in his grotto!

Christmas tree sales centres

 

 

Pick online and have your tree delivered to your door

We know it can really busy in the run up to Christmas, so for those of you who can't make it out for the Christmas forest experience, we offer spruce delivery straight to your door at a time of your choosing.

Choose your perfect tree online

Don't worry, buy a Norway spruce Christmas tree online and you will still receive a free baby Christmas tree to look after, as a mark of our commitment to celebrate Christmas sustainably.

 

About our trees

Buy one plant one

Did you know, with the purchase of every one of our sustainably grown Christmas trees, you will receive a free tree sapling?

Plant it and watch it grow into a Christmas tree for the future!

100% Santa Approved

Santa has given our Christmas trees his 100% approval. Santa knows that when you pick your perfect tree online, or in our magical woodland settings, it will be of the highest quality and grown in a sustainable manner in the UK.

3 wonderful species

We stock Norway Spruce, Nordman Fir, and Lodgepole Pines. Not sure which is best for you? Check out our handy guide.

Useful sites

England's Woods and Forests are cared for by Forest Enterprise England, an agency of the Forestry Commission.