How do I look after my cut tree?
  • A freshly cut to order Christmas tree will minimise needle drop over the festive period.
  • Before use, keep outside in a cool shaded place until required indoors.
  • Within one hour of taking indoors, cut the bottom 2cm off the trunk.
  • Place in a water holding stand and position tree in the room away from direct sources of heat.

Top up with water every day, you will be surprised how much water it needs.

How do I look after a pot grown tree?
Your pot grown tree is not guaranteed to grow but following these instructions will 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
  • 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.
  • Keep the tree watered through dry spells as it establishes itself.

Where do you deliver to?
We deliver our Christmas trees to anywhere within a 15 mile radius of the postcode EX5 5PJ. Delivery costs £15 per order for trees up to 10ft tall,  £35 for trees over 10ft and £60 for trees over 14ft.

See our delivery map here »

When do you deliver?

We have two delivery days per week to chose from which are Monday or Thursday.

Buy online or from our farm on Thursday, Friday, Saturday or Sunday to receive delivery on the Monday.

Buy online or from our farm on Monday, Tuesday or Wednesday to receive delivery on the Thursday.

Select the next best delivery date for you.

I've ordered a click and collect tree. Where do I pick it up from?

If you have ordered a click and collect tree, you can pick it up from our farm.

Our Thorverton opening times are:

Open from November 25th – December 22nd
Every day : 9am – 5pm

Address: Canns Farm, Thorverton, Exeter, EX5 5PJ