Grown in Wales Xmas Fir Trees 5

Xmas Fir Trees





  • Christmas Trees
  • Fraiser Fir (Abies fraseri)
  • Lodgepole Pine (Pinus contorta)
  • Nobel Fir (Abies procera)
  • Norway Spruce (Picea abies)



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About us

 Xmasfirtrees is a family run business situated in Ceredigion, South West Wales – an area as renowned for its fertile farmland as it is for its exceptionally high rainfall.

Our aim is to deliver a high quality Christmas tree straight from our plantation to your door at very competitive all inclusive prices. All our prices include VAT and delivery. Take the hassle out of purchasing your tree this Christmas!

We have a wide variety of species and sizes. From the traditional style of a Norway Spruce to the non needle-dropping varieties such as Fraser Fir, Noble Fir and Lodgepole Pine.

All our trees have:

good needle retention

pleasant scent

good shape and colour

and come fresh from our farm


We are a small business that has been growing trees with care since 1990, when we planted our first plantation. We pride ourselves on our thorough approach to growing and caring for our crop – each year the young trees are meticulously hand shaped and pruned in order to encourage the tree to branch and gradually achieve the full appearance of a perfectly proportioned Christmas tree.

Growing takes years of investment and constant skill and care over several years to produce a quality Christmas tree – taking between 6 and 8 years to grow the average 6ft tree.


We can ensure the freshness of our cut trees because they will only be handpicked and cut when you have ordered it. Many trees purchased from large retail outlets are trees that may have been cut as far back as early November and can suffer sever needle-drop and dryness. Our trees should last well into the 12th day of Christmas.


Ecological benefits of buying a real Christmas tree

The trees at our farm are from a renewable resource. When a tree if harvested, another is planted in its place, ensuring the production of our trees is entirely sustainable.

Christmas tree plantations benefit the environment by helping to remove carbon dioxide from the atmosphere. They are also are a haven for a wide variety of wild life.

Making artificial trees uses large quantities of liquid fossil fuels and they are often made in countries where there are very few environmental controls on emissions of noxious gases.

Unlike their artificial non bio-degradable counterparts, real Christmas trees can be recycled and turned into useful mulch or compost. Contact your local authority to check if it has a scheme for chipping and composting trees to produce wood chips to use in gardens or parks.


Free standard UK delivery – have a real xmas tree delivered to your door this year.

Order your Christmas tree online with no fuss – all major credit and debit cards accepted.

Quality hand selected Christmas trees – all our trees are freshly cut, quality controlled and packed before being delivered by courier.

If you live locally, you are more than welcome to visit our plantation to choose your own tree.

A very merry Christmas to you and all the best for the year ahead – Nadolig llawen!



Caring for your tree

Follow these tips to ensure your tree stays fresher for longer.

  • Do not place the tree near a fire or radiator as that will dry the tree out, and could cause needles to drop.
  • When receive your tree, if possible place the stem in a bucket of water outside, in a garage or some other cool place until you are ready to deal with it.
  • Before taking the tree into your house, tap the base of the tree on to the floor so that any loose needles drop to the ground. If possible, saw off the last inch or so from the bottom of the stem, when indoors the tree needs to be stood in a little water.
  • We have available for sale special tree stands (you may add one to order when purchasing) which will both give support to the tree and hold water. The water will be transpired by the tree and help keep it as fresh as possible under the circumstances.
  • Place the tree indoors in as cool a place as possible (try to avoid placing the tree close to a radiator). Every day or so top up the water level in the container as you will be surprised how much water can be used by the tree.
  • If you follow the above instructions you will have a fresh looking decorative tree with a minimum amount of dropped needles to contend with when you remove it.

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