OUR TREESOpen Saturday 23rd to 31st October 2021 for Halloween and Christmas Tree Reservations 10am to 4pm
Sustainable Christmas Trees from Cedar Croft
Did you know…one acre Christmas trees produces the daily oxygen requirement for 18 people
We have a great range of tree grown here at Cedar Croft. Wander round our winter tree wonderland and select the tree that will suit you and the space available.
We have trees of all shapes and sizes and do our best to please so please wander round and select the tree that will suit your home. Grown on site, our trees vary in height, width and shape so please come and see what we have to offer.
We are open 23rd October to 31st October for Halloween and Christmas tree reservations
Reopen 26th November 2021 until noon on Christmas eve.
10am to 4pm
You can reserve your perfect tree – tie on your personalized ribbon and come back when you would like your tree cut.
Alternatively chose your tree and have it cut on the day. We hand trim them and wrap ready for you to take away.
I take pride in giving you and your family the very best. We have a great range to available that I have planted and grown from seedlings myself.
Cedar Croft Nordmann
Low Drop Fir
- UK’s Most Poplar Christmas Tree
- Very Pretty Tree
- Naturally Symmetrical
- Large Dark Green Glossy Needles, soft to touch so perfect for young children
- Available From 3 feet to 16 feet tall
Cedar Croft Noble Low Drop Fir
- What a beauty!
- Very distinctive fragrance
- Soft Blue Green Needles
- Lovely spaced, stiff Branches and thick stem
- Available from 3 feet to 16 feet
Cedar Croft Norway Spruce
- The traditional Christmas tree
- Slightly prickly to touch
- Availabile from 3 feet to 18 feet
Please water your Christmas Tree
Koreana beautifully tight and compact with white undersides to the leaves, at times there are beautiful upstanding purple cones
Pot Grown Trees
Norway spruce, Nordmann fir, Fraser fir, Blue spruce
Available between 2 feet and 5 feet
Please water your Christmas Tree
Caring for your CedarCroft Christmas tree
Christmas trees are a living thing and my trees have been planted and grown for your pleasure. As such our trees grow at different rates. With over 20,000 trees to choose from we hope you will find your perfect tree.
When the trees are cut and brought into your centrally heated homes care is needed to make sure you get the best from your tree. Keep the base of a tree in water – we sell a great range of tree stands that will hold your tree in place.
Take your tree into your home, place in your tree stand and water. Once watered you can cut the wrapping and start to decorate.
The way to get the best out of your tree is to treat it like a cut flower, water your new tree until water uptake stops. Hot water every time you water!
Hot water helps prevent the sap build up on the fresh cut tree and assists in dissolving sap .The tree drinks for a longer period of time using hot water every time, and as a result your tree will stay fresher.
When we say hot water – we mean the hottest water out of the tap you can get. Never use anything hotter or boiling water.
Please try to keep your tree away from direct heat, radiators and fires.
The cooler you can keep it, the longer it will last.
For easier watering, buy a funnel and a 3 to 4 foot tube. Slip the tube over the funnel outlet, extend tubing down into the tree stand and water without bending over or disturbing the tree skirt. Hide this system in an out-of-the-way part of the tree.