Where to buy a Christmas tree in Norfolk
Published: Thursday 29th Nov 2018
Written by: Georgia Dawson
It’s that time of year again! You may be thinking about where to purchase your dream Christmas tree from this year but don’t panic – have a read below for ideas where you can purchase your tree from in Norfolk. Dig out the lights, hang the baubles and deck the halls…
Norfolk Christmas Trees
Great Melton Estate
Located just 8 miles west of Norwich, Norfolk Christmas Trees sell Norway Spruce and Nordmann Fir as well as Pot Grown Trees. They also sell tree stands, decorations, holly, mistletoe, wreaths and lights.
Norfolk Christmas Trees are open from Saturday 24th November, Monday to Saturday 9am-6pm and Sundays 10am-4pm.
Christmas Trees at Elveden
Elveden Farms Ltd
The glorious Elveden Estate has over 40 years’ experience of growing Christmas trees. At the Estate you will find Norway Spruce, Nordmann Fir and Fraser Fir. The trees range from 4ft to 8ft, however taller trees (10ft – 20ft) can be purchased by customers within 50 miles of Elveden.
Fraser Fir and Nordmann Fir are available from 29th November and Norway Spruce is available from 6th December.
Christmas Trees at Green Pastures
Located 7 miles south-east of Norwich, Green Pastures offer Norway Spruce and Nordmann Fir. Green Pastures offer smaller potted Christmas trees or larger Christmas trees up to 20ft – if your chosen tree is too big for your car, the team will deliver your tree for you if you live in the Norwich, Norfolk and North Suffolk area.
Salle Estate Christmas Trees
Salle Farms have 84 acres of land dedicated to Christmas trees. They also have their own Christmas shop!
Manor Farm Christmas Trees
Manor Farm Christmas Trees have a large range of fresh, locally grown trees. They sell Norway Spruce, Blue Spruce and Nordmann Fir, ranging from 4ft – 10ft. Manor Farm have a small number of large Norway spruce trees which are cut to order, ranging from 10ft – 20ft.
Manor Farm are open weekends in December, 10am to 4pm. However, just call them if you need your tree on a weekday.
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