Our Trees

Enjoy a walk amongst our trees

We don’t just grow trees, we grow an experience! You can come and see for yourself. You will see both pot grown or cut trees ready to take home. In a few years you will even be able to pick your favourite from the field and we will cut it for you there and then.

OUR TREES

From sapling to stunning

We buy our trees in at between one and four years old and plant them either in pots or straight into the ground.

We then grow them on, shape them and make sure they are ready for you whenever you are ready for them. Though they are still young so it will be a couple of years before our own trees will be ready to sell.

Trees from plot A and B in the first 2 years
Our trees on sale 2021

You’ll love the variety

We know that not everyone wants the same from their Christmas tree so we have a few varieties to choose from, have a look and see which is right for you.

Norway Spruce

Picea abies
A traditional Christmas tree, with a lovely scent

Nordman Fir

Abies nordmanniana
A popular choice for its colour and high level of needle retention once cut

Blue Spruce

Picea pungens ‘Giauce’
An attractive tree with a silver/blue tinge

Which tree is best for you?

For every home there is the perfect tree, have a look through and see which type of tree we think will work for you.

Want a tree from November?


Love the smell of a real tree?


A very warm room?



Something original?

Firs are known for their needle retention, or a potted tree will hold onto its needles with regular watering.

Norway spruce gives of that traditional smell of Christmas.

A Nordman fir will cope best with a warm house, though remember to avoid too much heat where possible!

Blue spruce has a lovely blue/silver colour that will make your tree stand out from the crowd!

Where to find us and when

Opening Hours

November
Sat-Sun: 9:00am – 6:00pm

December
Thurs-Fri: 12:00pm – 7:00pm
Sat-Sun: 9:00am – 6:00pm

Location

West Hyde
St Lawrence Rd
Tillingham
Essex
CM0 7SB

Contact

Phone: 01621 779507
E-mail: shop@westhydechristmastrees.co.uk

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