Cedar Croft Nurseries Open now for Wonderful Christmas trees!
Cedar Croft Nurseries will open their Christmas tree winter wonderland and shop on 20th October. Each year Cornwall’s Christmas specialist has something different but the trees are fantastic and Mark is one of the very few in Cornwall in growing his trees in Cornwall.
The Nursery will be open from 20th October 2018 from 10am to 4pm.
Located at Hengar Lane on the B3266 near St Tudy, you can be sure you can find something to suit your home and it is easy to find and to park.
The Christmas shop has been expanded and is now over 100m2.
Mark and his team are stocking a great range of decorations, lights, tinsel and novelties. Mark attends the Christmas exhibition in Yorkshire in February to make sure everyone a great choice of wonderful decorations, lights and collectables. This year unicorns, pigs, Christmas gonks, mischievous elves and British-made blue tinsel will be stocked.
Mark Orchard, owner and grower said:
“My trees are my pride and joy. Grown with love you can wander round my winter wonderland and find your perfect tree. You can reserve it now and then have it cut on a date to suit you so it is perfectly fresh and the perfect size. We have a fabulous range of decorations with a great range of styles.
We have specifically made parts of our area wheelchair and mobility scooter accessible. We have lots of parking and welcome well-behaved dogs on leads.”
Cedar Croft Nurseries are chosen by hotels and businesses due to their high quality trees, from the National Trust to Tregony, from St Moritz to Fifteen there is something for every home and business.
Cedar Croft Nurseries are open daily from 10am – 4pm from the 20th October until noon on Christmas Eve. Come and choose your perfect Christmas tree from our fantastic range of firs and spruces.
For more information contact Sue Handford: 07785 593690 email@example.com
Notes to Editors
1. Cedar Croft Nurseries are a family run business based in St Tudy. The proprietor is Mark Orchard, a Cornishman, born and brought up in St Austell.
2. Located on the B3266 just outside the lovely village of St Tudy over 20 acres are planted with a number of conifers species
3. For more information http://www.cedarcroft.co.uk or email firstname.lastname@example.org