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Order by 6pm on weekdays, 4pm on Saturday and 2pm on Sunday for next day delivery
We offer different tree size and style options in order for you to make the best use of the space in your home.
This 6ft tree is a classic Christmas tree choice, just perfect for filling that big bay window. Comes with or without a stand for whatever best suits your space
A 3-4ft tree ideal for smaller spaces such as a hallway or bedroom, this Nordmann fir grown on the Black Isle in Inverness comes ready-potted in a festive red planter
Our luxury holly tree is pre-lit with soft LED lights and perfect for creating a traditional Christmas look to help decorate your doorstep or conservatory
Make sure your tree is suitably dressed and adorned this festive season by following this four-step plan:
Before you pop that first bauble on a branch, take a little time to decide on the colour scheme or theme for your Christmas tree decorations, whether it's traditional red and gold, modern metallics or a kaleidoscope of jewelled colour
Christmas tree lights are perfect for adding a welcoming festive glow to your tree, from LED, fairy, bubble or globe style. Make sure the lights go on first to create a decorative base layer
Christmas garlands create soft layers of texture and colour to decorate your tree from top to toe. Start at the top and gently wind your garland carefully around the tree, avoiding heavily-laden branches
For the finishing touch, pop your favourite baubles on the tree in prime positions. Then add the remaining tree decorations in order of size, ensuring even positioning throughout the branches to add depth and interest
In order to get the best out of your tree this Christmas, follow these three golden rules:
If properly cared for, your tree should last 4-6 weeks so arrange your delivery in time for the full festive period.
Position your tree in a good viewing spot away from heat sources and natural pathways in your home to reduce needle drop.
Christmas trees are very thirsty and need daily watering, around a cup a day.