We stock several types of real trees. The traditional Norway Spruce and Blue Spruce. Also two types of of fir trees which are low needle loss trees, the Nordman Fir and Fraser Fir.

We have a large area to view and select your own tree before we carefully net it for you to ensure a safe journey home! Our trees are available in a range of sizes from 4 to 12 feet.


Come and choose the perfect tree for you!


Blue Spruce

Blue Spruce trees tend to be more open than the other type of spruce trees, but are a more fragrant tree with silvery blue foliage.

5ft and 6ft spruce trees are available this year.

Fraser Fir

Fraser Fir

This year we have some Fraser Fir trees available but numbers are limited. If you know its a Hall Farm Fraser Fir tree you want this year come early to choose it. For a small deposit you can reserve your tree and collect at your convenience.


Norway Spruce

The Norway Spruce Christmas Tree is what most people think of as the traditional tree at Christmas time. This tree has its own unique scent, feel and shape that will remind you of a traditional Christmas. The needles are mid to dark green and a bit prickly to touch, but the strong branches make it an ideal tree to decorate.

These trees are available in sizes between 4ft
& 11ft.


Nordman Fir

Nordman Fir trees are the Christmas Trees that drop fewer (if any)needles. They have longer, softer needles and tend to have more space between the branches. The indoor shop tree is a real Nordman and many customers have commented on how real it looks, that is because it is!

These trees are available in all sizes from 4ft to 10ft.

Tree stands

We stock the very easy to use Cinco 8 advantage stand which holds any tree height up to 8ft. We also have a few Cinco 10 stands for larger trees.

Pot trees

Having been frequently asked for pot grown or rooted trees, we have both Norway Spruce and Nordman Fir for pot grown trees this year. These will be up to 4ft in height.

Don't forget some lights to go with your tree. Visit our lights age by clicking here to see what we have to offer.