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We will deliver your tree to you on your selected delivery date, or you can collect your tree from our Christmas Tree Warehouse.

Your tree will be wrapped in Christmas tree netting. You'll just need to unwrap your tree and place it in your Christmas tree stand.

  1. Not 100% happy with your delivered tree? We offer a NO QUIBBLE exchange. Just contact us and we'll deliver you a new tree.

    Make sure your Christmas tree always has enough water.
    Keep the Christmas tree away from heat sources. Your tree should last up to five weeks.

How long do Christmas trees last?


With proper care, most real Christmas trees should last at least five weeks or more. That means, if you decorate for Christmas in late November, your tree will survive beyond the holiday festivities.
You can read more about Christmas tree care here.


Make sure your Christmas tree
always has enough water.


Don't forget to regularly give your Christmas tree water — too little can cause resin to form, which means the tree won't absorb water and it will dry out quickly. Follow this rule of thumb: For every inch of the trunk's diameter, fill the stand with one quart of water.

Most experts agree that plenty of clean water is all you need to keep a tree fresh. Just remember to check the water level daily — it should always cover the cut end of the trunk. Refill as needed.

If you lower the temperature in the room, it can help slow down the drying process (and therefore result in your tree requiring a bit less water), according to the National Christmas Tree Association.

You can read more about Christmas tree care here.


Disposing of your Christmas tree


If you wait too long, you'll have more dead pine needles to deal with. The easiest way to clean up fallen needles is by using your vacuum's hose. Skip the fancy attachments and just use the end of the hose to draw needles directly into the bag or canister.

When you're officially done with your tree, you have a couple options: You can start a new compost pile with it, recycle it, or turn it into mulch yourself. You can also leave it in your green waste bin for the council to collect.

You can read more about Christmas tree care here.


Potted Trees


  • Your potted tree is not guaranteed to grow but following these instructions may help

  • Before taking from the cold outdoors to warm indoors place in a shed or similar for 24-48hrs

  • When taking indoors, place on a watering tray away from direct sources of heat

  • Water the tree as you would any other indoor plant.

  • Before taking from the warm indoors to cold outdoors place in a shed or similar for 24-48hrs.

  • Plant out when the soil temperature is below 4 degrees centigrade (usually November – March).

  • When selecting a location, remember that the tree can grow over 50ft tall.

  • Ensure soil is tightly packed around the roots so there are no air pockets.
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  • Keep the tree watered through dry spells as it establishes itself

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