Pick and cut your own Christmas Tree

The story of our Christmas Trees..

We have been planting and growing hundreds of Christmas trees over the last ten years. There are two varieties to choose from;

Traditional and Nordman. The Nordman trees have a discrete blue tint to the needles, making them slightly different. Both varieties hold their needles well because they are freshly cut for you (provided they are watered!). We have trees of all shapes and sizes, subject to a minimum height of 5ft.

Every winter we buy hundreds of tiny Christmas tree saplings and spend weeks carefully planting each one. During the first two years growing on the farm, weeds are removed by hand from around each tree to prevent them from being smothered. By year three, they are big enough to hold their own.

Each tree is hand pruned every year to achieve the perfect shape - Wykeham is a perfectionist! The trees take five to seven years to grow big enough for sale.

As you can see a great deal of care and attention to detail goes into each Hadsham Christmas Tree - we hope you enjoy the fruits of our labour.

Due to the increasing number of people who like our fresh trees we have allocated two tree collection weekends: 

Saturday 5th and Sunday 6th December 10am-4pm 

Saturday 13th and Sunday 14th December 10am-4pm


Bring your friends and family and take a festive walk through our two fields of Christmas trees, hopefully finding your perfect tree! It will then be freshly cut down by one of our team and wrapped (in netting) for you to take home. 



2020 Prices: Traditional tree £7 per foot. Nordman tree £8 per foot. Special offer for 2020 - any tree over 10 foot £70.


Due to COVID restrictions there will be no Christmas Market this year.


Please note we do not cut down trees smaller than 5ft. We are not open to the public outside of the above times, however please contact us to arrange an appointment if you need your tree outside of these dates on 01295 730745.

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