Trees for sale

Trees for sale

 
  Christmas tree sales are now underway with three species available.
The traditional Norway Spruce, native to Europe and  first introduced to this country in the 16th century, with its classic shape and unique smell. This tree best suits the outdoors or cooler areas of the home. The least needle fast of the three and with prickly needles, care should be taken with the decorations.
 
The Nordman Fir, was introduced from Turkey in the mid 19th century and is the number one tree in the UK as far as sales are concerned. Soft to the touch and with excellent needle retention this tree will cope with almost any location.
 
The Lodgepole Pine, was introduced from America in the 1850s and takes its name from the Native American Indians who used its trunk as the centre pole for their tepees. With very upright branches, often covered in cones, this tree has the best needle retention and a strong pine smell. 
 
Saturday morning sales

Saturday morning sales

 
  Tree sales at the Park will continue as long as stocks remain and will start to reduce after next weekend.
Tree care is simple.
Keep it outside in water until it is required for decoration.
Cut 1 inch (2.5cm) from the bottom of the trunk, and shake off any loose needles, before you bring inside.
Stand in water and place in the coolest part of the room possible.
 
After Christmas a pen will be constructed in the main car park so that the trees can all be recycled.

 

 
 
 
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