- Enjoy the Christmas spirit by having a real fragrant Christmas tree
- Pot grown Norway Spruce trees that range between 3 and 4 feet
- Non-drop, fresh cut trees ranging that range from 5ft up to 8ft in height.
- Installation + special water-reservoir upon request
- Free shipping to the entire London areas that are within the M25
- Minimum of £15 discounts when used in conjunction with a Christmas tree collection
Find the real Christmas tree delivery service near you
- 1.Choose the tree’s size as well as the day you’d like to receive it.
- 2.Buy the Christmas tree you want online with the online form to book your Christmas tree
- 3.Have the item delivered at your doorstep on the date you’ve specified.
- 4.Enjoy the spirit of Christmas with your new and lasting Christmas tree!
Find out our prices for Christmas tree delivery in Reading
Norway Spruce Christmas Tree
|The Nordmann Fir is a real Cut Christmas Tree|
|Sizes of Christmas trees||3-4 feet||5-6 feet||7 ft||7 feet|
|The Christmas tree *||£39|
|Christmas tree + Stand , and installation||–||£59|
|Christmas tree and Collection *||£89|
+ Stand and installation Collection *
|Christmas tree collection is for only one Christmas tree. *||£25|
*Delivery to your doorstep is included with the cost.
*********We collect Christmas trees between 2nd and 31st of January.T&C as well as minimum fees are applicable. Be aware that congestion charges aren’t included in the rates above. from £39 from £49 from £59 from £69
What can you expect from our Christmas tree delivery in Reading?
- Delivery of classic Norway Spruces grown in pots and genuine premium Nordmann Firs cut with needles that are thick and non-drop.
- Organically grown trees are grown across England, Denmark and Scotland and have passed rigorous tests for controlling pests and diseases.
- The service is suitable for offices and home delivery all over London. The delivery of the Christmas tree within M25 region is free of charge.
- When your Christmas tree is delivered, on your request, our team can set it up where you’d like, ensuring the safety guidelines that are required from the federal government.
- When the holiday season is over it is also possible to handle the recycling and collection for the Christmas tree. Pot grown Christmas trees, collection is the repotting or replanting of the tree. This service is offered between January 2nd and the 31st January.
Enjoy the holidays with a live pot grown Christmas tree
Beginning this year, we will deliver pot-grown Christmas trees along with fresh cut ones. The kind of pot-grown trees we’re providing is Norway Spruce or ‘Picea abies which is also called the ultimate British Christmas tree from Victoria times. The dimensions you can get the tree delivered is between 3-4 feet. (0.9-1.2 meters) and they come with a complimentary pot.
Pot-grown Norway Spruces need greater care than Nordmann Firs that have been cut, but they are not too big. However, they do have advantages over their cut counterparts. Examples:
- They’re recyclable Christmas pots trees can be used again over the years for many more seasons to be. The roots tend to adapt nicely when they are transplanted. All you need to do is to have the tree moved into larger pots whenever you see them getting slightly larger.
- Sustainable option Because pot-grown Christmas trees don’t need to be cut or have to be removed leaving a low carbon footprint (caused solely by their transport from the plantation field to your home). Additionally, they excel in converting CO2 emissions to oxygen and increasing the biodiversity!
- Evergreen needles that don’t drop Pot-grown Christmas trees are still growing roots, so they will not shed their needles for a few weeks after they’ve been put in inside. As long as your tree is healthy, it won’t require cleaning any needles off your floor.
For our Christmas pot-grown trees, we also provide the option of transplanting. The service can be booked when you’re scheduling your Christmas tree that is grown in pots delivery using an online reservation form. When the Christmas season has ended and we’ll provide a couple of gardeners to either plant you Norway Spruce into a bigger pot (so it’s ready for the next Christmas) or plant it out in your yard.
Christmas tree collection and recycling in London
When the festive season has ended Don’t think about how to dispose of the Christmas tree. Simply arrange Christmas tree recycling and collection with us. This will take away the hassle. The registration process is easy no matter if you’ve already delivered your Christmas tree.
To book your Christmas tree removal and recycling, visit our booking online. Input the address from which we will take the tree, choose the date and time of the service, and then pay online and you’re ready! The collection of the Christmas tree will take place between 2nd and 31st January. It’s available to East, West, North, South, and Central London.
Here’s the reason you should plan pick-up of your Christmas tree with us:
- Our competitors do not begin their Christmas tree decorations from mid-January to mid-January, we extend it until the last day of the month.
- Instantly, you will receive a maximum of £15 off when you make a reservation for the Christmas tree collection, along with the delivery.
- We care about the planet This is why all of the trees collected will be recycled in the green waste center.
- When you book a Christmas tree that is grown in pots delivery through us, we suggest you take a look at our collection service. So, at the conclusion of the Christmas season, when you are no longer in need of the pot-grown Christmas tree we will visit your house at a convenient date and time to pick up the tree, and then move it to the nearest tree, where it can keep its existence for many years to come.
Frequently asked questions
- Q: On what scheduled date should I anticipate my Christmas tree delivery?
- A: We aim to provide every Christmas tree by the exact time. Be aware that we offer our customers the option of a four-hour time frame for arrival and that means that we can be there any time during those four hours. We will notify you prior to the time of the arrival time when you can expect your Santa’s tree.
- Q: What sizes of trees are you using?
- A: We provide freshly cut Christmas trees ranging from 5ft to 8ft in height and pot-grown ones that measure 3-4 feet tall. If you’re not sure what size is most suitable, you can ask one of our knowledgeable operators.
- Are your tree’s included in stands?
- Answer: Sure, and for an additional cost we can supply a water reserve stand, along alongside the holiday tree.
- Q: I’d like to purchase a fresh-cut Christmas tree during November. Can it last through Christmas?
- A: An example is that the Nordmann Fir can be purchased in the beginning of November and can last for the entire Christmas season. Be sure to maintain it’s watering schedule and keep it away form any sources of warmth.
- Q What is the best place to put my tree?
- A: You may be tempted to set the Nordmann Fir and Norway Spruce in front of your fireplace in order to make the perfect holiday ambience. However, keep in mind that evergreens aren’t a fan of warmth all that much. The best spot to put your tree is by an open window, and away from as many heating sources(such like radiators) as you can.
- Q: Do I need to sprinkle water on my newly decorated Christmas tree?
- A Yes, you must give your tree a good watering to extend its life. Make sure to check for water on the stand regular basis and refill it with water as needed. Keep in mind they are thirsty and must be maintained hydrated.
- Q: Will you decorate my newly decorated Christmas tree?
- A Yes, if you make it a condition prior to the service, we are able to include Christmas tree installations at an additional cost.
- Q: Why is it that my newly chopped tree doesn’t seem to be “drinking” water anymore?
- A The absorption rates are likely to fluctuate so don’t be concerned about it. Make sure you check the water level frequently and reduce the base if you find that an accumulation of sap has developed over it.
- Is it normal for my freshly cut tree to shed a few or all of the needles?
- A: This is normal and should be to be expected. Be sure to keep it hydrated and it’ll be fine.
- Are you able to do Christmas tree collections after the Christmas season?
- A Yes, we can! Simply contact us at least a few days prior to the date and we’ll send someone to pick up the tree from your address.
- Q Do the trees that were delivered have roots that are still in place?
- The answer is yes, but only our pot-grown trees have root systems. The Christmas trees we cut fresh are cut right at the point where the trunk joins the ground. This means that they’re not likely to be able to survive if planted again.
- Q Is Nordmann Fir a tree suitable for people who have allergies?
- A: In point truth, this tree is suitable for those who suffer from allergies. Because of its needles coated with wax the Nordmann Fir prevents allergens from getting let into the atmosphere.
- Q: How do I know how long my freshly cut holiday tree should be?
- A: The guideline is that the widest point the tree’s diameter is approximately half the tree’s height(usually slightly smaller than it). For instance, the widest point of a 6-foot tall Christmas tree is approximately 2.8ft.
- Q: How can I maintain the Christmas tree that I have grown in pots Indoors?
- A: First, place your trees in a sunny location inside your home with enough sun. You should water it frequently, however do not over-water because this could cause root decay. To avoid this, simply determine whether the soil is dry by squeezing it with a finger. The main sign that you have dry Norway Spruce is the browning as well as falling needles.
- A: For how long should be kept in my container that is growing Norway Spruce indoors?
- A: Trees that are pot-grown must be brought indoors at the earliest time. Since they shouldn’t stay in your home for longer than 12 days(at the same time) We recommend that you bring your tree inside during the weekend prior to Christmas. If you’d prefer for your tree in the house for longer, you are able to do so, but you’ll have to take it Norway Spruce outside for around 24 hours to recharge each week. When the holidays are done, you can take your tree outside using the pot to ensure that it will thrive and keep growing.
- Question: What time and when do I repot the Christmas tree?
- A One: Our Norway Spruce trees come in pots that have enough space for the first twelve months. When the twelve months are over it is recommended that you plant for your tree during start of spring in larger pots (which is at least 10 centimeters larger in size than the previous one). The soil should be made up of an all-purpose potting mix and approximately 10 percent garden bark mulch to drain. As the temperature rises during spring, start feeding your tree with liquid fertilizer each week for the duration of the growing season. Make sure to water it regularly and do not let it to dry out.
- Q: What’s the difference between pot-grown and Christmas trees that are potted?
- A: A pot-grown Christmas tree was planted in the early stages in the form of a seedling within a container that has been filled with compost and growing medium so that the root ball is completely enclosed inside the container. It is much simpler to transfer outdoors or into a larger pot compared to ornamental Christmas trees that are potted. A tree in a pot is one which has been established in a field and when it has grown to an acceptable size, it has been taken down and transferred into the pot. Potted trees are removed once, their roots have become floating in the pot, they aren’t able to survive when transplanted outside.