Types of Christmas Tree, Selecting Your Tree & Prices
Buying a tree at Yattendon is an annual tradition for many local families. We have a wide range of sizes and several types to choose from. We grow two main varieties of trees: the traditional Norway Spruce and the Nordman Fir.
Would you like to find out more about the two types of tree? Click HERE to find out more.
We also have a range of small potted trees. These are either Norway or Blue Spruce. All stock is from replanted nurseries on the Estate, on a 8-9 year cycle making them fully sustainable.
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Please watch the video below for further information on how to choose the right tree for you and your family.
Caring for your tree
Below our team have outlined some advice on caring for your tree once you have left the Yattendon Christmas Barn.
- As soon as you get your tree home stand it in a bucket of water and keep the tree in a cool, shady place for example a shed or garage until you take it indoors to be decorated.
- When you put your tree in its stand make sure it has water and you keep it watered. Needle shedding is a natural part of the life-cycle of any conifer and although some varieties shed their needles more quickly this will happen quicker if you let your tree dry out.
- It is best to position your tree in the coolest part of the room if possible, so next to a window or near one and away from radiators and fires. Keep an eye that it stays well-watered. If it is in a hot room watering is likely to be required daily.