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We bought trees from the Christmas Forest and used them to create an indoor forest for a special event. We were delighted with the quality of the trees and friendly service and would absolutely recommend them!

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With London's population at nearly 9 million people, it's not surprisingly that it makes good hunting grounds for Christmas tree retailers who try to charge a hefty premium for trees that are often sub-par compared to what's available online and from nurseries elsewhere in the UK. By ordering online from Jackson's Nurseries you can buy direct from the grower and secure a healthy, fresh tree nurtured in the Staffordshire Moorlands on the edge of the beautiful peak district. Save yourself the trouble of venturing out in the traffic to find your nearest Christmas tree market (or embarrassment of trying to haul a 6ft tree onto the tube to the frustration of your fellow passengers!) by ordering through our secure website for delivery to any London address by Fedex courier on a day of your choosing. We've been growing Christmas trees for three generations and sending our trees to all parts of the UK for over 15 years. Our tried and tested packaging technique will ensure your tree arrives looking as fresh and healthy as when it was when dug and shipped from our nursery.

1) We plant new saplings and young trees in our Christmas tree fields every year to replace the stock sold each festive season. The growing fields support a large ecology of wildlife by offering a fantastic, safe haven for birds, insects and small mammals that seek shelter and food amongst the growth.

2) Our trees are cut or dug fresh on a regular basis each year to ensure the tree you receive is fresh and healthy. Our trees are grown at 750ft above sea level which delivers hardy specimens, so if you're buying a root balled tree with the intention of planting it outdoors after Christmas it'll stand the best chance (60% success rate).

3) We know that part of the fun of selecting your own tree is personally ensuring it is exactly what you are looking for. When you place an order with us, our experienced nursery staff will carefully select your tree making sure it is fresh, health and meets any requirement you've indicated in the notes to your order. We regularly replenish the stock on our garden centre so there are always plenty of fine specimens of all types, shapes and sizes for our internet pickers to choose from.

4) Place your order online through our secure website. We offer a wide selection of trees for delivery to anywhere in the UK on a day of your choosing (Tuesday to Friday in December). You can place your order in advance then relax with the piece of mind that we will take care of everything for you.

Our selection includes the low needle drop Nordmann Fir, traditional Norway Spruce, Serbian Spruce and table-top Alberta White Spruce. We are more than happy for you to put specific requirements (e.g. bushy or broad based) in the notes to your order so we can pick the perfect tree for you. We've even put together a handy guide on different types of real Christmas trees to help you choose.

6) We try to use as little packaging as possible to avoid suffocating the tree while making sure we do not compromise on the safety and quality of your tree while in transit. As the first stage in the packaging process we will carefully net your tree to hold the branches upwards and ensure it has a safe journey by courier on the way to your chosen address.

13) Useful information to be included with your Important Shipping documents is printed, for example advice on how to plant your root balled tree out after Christmas if you're buying a dug rather than a cut tree.

Christmas trees date back to the Egyptians and Romans, who decorated evergreen trees with candles around the time of the winter solstice. The Romans used Fir Trees to decorate their temples for the festival of Saturnalia. So celebrating with trees has been part of our shared cultural consciousness for more than a Millenium.

Prince Albert, and Queen Victoria, were photographed in the British press with a decorated Christmas tree. Once the practice caught the public eye, the demand for decorated Christmas Trees went rampant.

Today the traditional Norway Spruce has been replaced by no-drop-needle trees such as Nordmann Firs and Fraser Firs; the public is losing patience with needle-less trees in season.

Having started in Scotland in 1995 when the founders were wee teenagers, Pines and Needles has grown exponentially since then, and now the kilt-clad tree-vendors are a staple of a London Christmas. They even sold Prince Harry a tree in 2016!

Celebrate traditions old and new this festive season to bring in Christmas cheer and happy memories to your home. We know traditions like decorating your home is an important part of getting into the festive spirit and decorating a real Christmas tree can help make your home feel a little bit merrier.

Leave your tree outside or in a cool garage for a day to allow for acclimatisation. Be sure to protect it from the harsh wind and sun, this will help the tree retain moisture. If your tree needs to be stored for several days, make a straight cut across the base of the trunk approximately 3cm from the original cut. This will help the tree take up water. When bringing your tree indoors, shake off any loose needles and make a fresh cut across the trunk 3cm from the previous cut. Store your tree upright and place the bottom end in a tree stand. The tree will need plenty of water in the first few hours - approximately 3L. Check daily and provide fresh water when required. Ensure your tree is placed away from fireplaces, raditators, televisions and other heat sources that may be a hazard.

*Terms and ConditionsThis offer is subject to availability and is only valid at participating IKEA stores, excluding IKEA Greenwich & Hammersmith. Christmas trees will be available from 25th November - 24th December 2022 in participating stores whilst stocks last. 10 vouchers are redeemable in store between 9th January and 12th February 2023.Read full terms and conditions

Wonderful tree options, easy and convenient delivery service by a super friendly team. All aspects of their service is responsive and very helpful. Happy to support a business that has the community at its heart.

Green Elf took the stress out of selecting a Christmas tree and transporting it home. The website was easy to use and we had a delivery the same week. We received emails updating us on delivery which helped us plan our day. The tree is excellent quality.

Inspired by the Roaring 20s, a frozen dreamscape was created by McQueens Flowers with a white frosted tree adorned with shimmering swathes of over 10,000 crystal garlands and pendants. Taking up its place beneath the lobby staircase, this Christmas tree sat upon a mirrored pool with light reflections playing around the space, enhancing the sense of an immersive dreamland, with a mystical, iridescent and ethereal feel.

Fashion icon and long-time friend of the hotel, Diane von Furstenberg, designed Claridge's Christmas Tree in 2018. 'The Tree of Love' was inspired by Diane's passion and strong belief in the power of love, symbolising life and nature. The six-metre sculptural tree was coloured with a blue iridescent lustre and shimmer, and was decorated with over 8,000 hand painted silver-leafed leaves, glass spheres and 150 hand-blown glass hearts.

2015 marked the first time that Claridge's had a British designed Christmas Tree. Christopher Bailey's creation featured over 100 umbrellas, each finished in bespoke gold and silver metallic fabric, and thousands of motion-sensor lights, programmed to sparkle and glitter as guests walked by the tree. The 2015 Claridge's Christmas Tree was a true celebration of the two brands' shared British heritage.

In 2014 Domenico Dolce and Stefano Gabbana designed Claridge's Christmas Tree for a second year in a row. Inspired by their childhood memories and to celebrate children of the world, the eight metre-high tree brought a magical woodland to life in the heart of Mayfair. The tree was adorned with hand-painted glass baubles representing the many festive traditions celebrated the night before Christmas.

2009 marked the first time Claridge's Christmas Tree was to be designed by a famed fashion designer. The Christmas Tree by John Galliano for Dior evoked a frozen twist on tradition with a tropical tree completed with snow leopard, dragon flies and parrots, echoing Claridge's art deco surroundings.

Here are the most popular and best Christmas trees for the festive season. These are always huge hits with our customers, so make sure you pre-order your real Christmas trees online from Christmas Trees Direct in plenty of time.

The Trafalgar Square Christmas tree is a Christmas tree given to the people of London by the city of Oslo each year since 1947.[1] The tree is prominently displayed in Trafalgar Square from the beginning of December until 6 January.

A Trafalgar Square Christmas tree has been an annual gift to the people of Britain from Norway as a token of gratitude for British support to Norway during the Second World War since 1942, when the first tree was cut down by a Norwegian resistance fighter called Mons Urangsvåg during a raid on Hisøy, an island off the west coast of Norway between Bergen and Haugesund. The tree was then transported to England, where the Norwegian king, Haakon VII, was in exile, and given to him. A new tree has since grown from the original stump.[1]

The Trafalgar Square Christmas tree is typically a 50- to 60-year-old Norway spruce, generally over 20 metres tall.[2] The tree is cut in Norway some time in November during a ceremony attended by the British Ambassador to Norway, Mayor of Oslo, and Lord Mayor of Westminster.[2] After the tree is cut, it is shipped to the UK by boat across the sea.[2] At one time[when?] it was shipped to Felixstowe free of charge by a cargo ship of the Fred Olsen Line.[3] As of at least 2007, the tree was shipped across the North Sea to Immingham by DFDS Tor Line.[4] As of 2018, it has been the responsibility of Radius Group, to transport, guard and erect the tree in Trafalgar Square.[citation needed] 041b061a72


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