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6 of the best places to get your Christmas tree in the Cotswolds

10:22 24 November 2015

Are you looking for a Norway spruce or a Nordman fir?

Are you looking for a Norway spruce or a Nordman fir?

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From mini Norway spruces to luxury Nordman firs, here are six of the best places to get a luscious, green tree in the Cotswolds this festive season.

Cotswold Fir

Shurdington-based Cotswold Fir sells a selection of high quality Christmas trees suitable for any family home. They also run a fantastic ‘Rental Claus’ facility, where you can have a tree delivered right to your door and you return it after Christmas.

Batsford Arboretum

If you’re looking for a good quality tree to last you throughout December, Batsford Arboretum is a great place to start. There’s a huge selection of fir trees to choose from with prices starting at £17.99 for a miniature Norway, up to £140 for a luxury Nordman.

Primrose Vale Farm Shop

Whether you want a little festive tree for your desk at work, or a grand eight foot spruce to lighten up your hallway, Cheltenham-based Primrose Vale have got it covered. Trees are available for collection from November 28.

Miserden Nursery

Stroud-based Miserden Nursery provides a vast range of traditional and non-needle drop trees perfect for any home. The trees are available for collection from November 28 onwards, and they are all grown in the UK – so they stay that perfect shade of green for just a little while longer.

Over Farm

There are plenty of farm-grown Christmas trees to choose from at Over Farm in Gloucester. Whether you’ve only got enough baubles for a tiny Norway spruce, or you’ve got sufficient decs to cover a towering fir, you’ll be spoilt for choice.

Dowdeswell Forestry

Many Cotswoldians return year upon year to Dowdeswell for their festive evergreens, and with such a lovely selection of high quality trees you can understand why. Dowdeswell are offering free delivery if you order logs too, so you can light the fire whilst you get into the Christmas spirit and decorate your tree.

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