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Cornish Real Christmas Trees

Sustainable, smells great and grown in Cornwall, we've some of the best places to get your mitts on a real tree this Christmas.

Know your Nordmann Fir from your spruce? What about a Noble Fir, Norway Fir, or even a Fraser Fir? Find the pick of the best locally grown Christmas trees with our handy list.

Tregothnan

Explore the acres of festive fields at Tregothnan and then choose your tree that will be freshly cut down for you to take home.

St Kew Farm Shop, A39

The team from Paradise Pizza sell Cornish Christmas trees when they’re taking a seasonal break from pizza making. Find them outside St Kew Farm Shop – stop in for a cup of Yallah coffee whilst your at it.

Cornish Garden Nurseries, near Truro

Home-grown Christmas trees galore at this family-owned nursery.

Trevisker Garden Centre, Padstow

Eco-garden centre Trevisker sources its trees from a variety of local growers. The perfect stop on your way home from Padstow Christmas Festival this weekend.

Cedar Croft, St Tudy, near Bodmin

Grown on site from seed, choose from one of 20,000 trees – tie on your personalised ribbon and wait for your tree to grow before returning for it to be cut down or dug up.

Healeys Cyder Farm, near Penhallow

These guys are more widely known for their cider, but those in the know pick up a Nordmann Fir from the farm that has been grown on-site and freshly cut. Don’t miss the Christmas market where you can do a spot of shopping or book a festive roast to make a day of it.

You can also try Trevena Cross Garden Centre, Helston and Cornish Garden Nurseries, near Truro, both of which sell a variety of species all grown on-site.

Lastly, the team at Cardinham Woods, near Bodmin have trees from just over the border in Dartmoor – they’ll come home wrapped in biodegradable netting and each purchase gets you a £5 voucher to spend in Muddy favourite, Woods Cafe. Makes a lovely day out.

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