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When it comes to xmas trees, it is often just the finished article of our tree set up in the corner of the living room, that many of us get to see.  So how do the xmas trees come to look like this?

We wish we could tell you that it was as simple as planting the seedling and letting the tree grow until it’s ready for harvest, but unfortunately this is not the case!

Whether it be shaping, fertilising or guarding against disease, there is always something to keep us busy. Adding the constantly changing weather and seasons into the equation, coupled with getting the timing right, you can see that we have a lot of fun in getting your premium St Nicks Xmas tree looking just right in time for Xmas.

Here are a few pictures to give you an insight as to where your tree has come from:


The trees at around 1 year old

The trees at around 1 year old


2 year old trees (in foreground with new growth coming away following a shape)

2 year old trees (in foreground with new growth coming away following a shape)


Three and a half months until harvest, spring growth

Three and a half months until harvest, spring growth

Three and a half months until harvest, spring growth


3.5 year old trees just after final touch up, 3 weeks out from harvest

3.5 year old trees just after final touch up, 3 weeks out from harvest

3.5 year old trees just after final touch up, 3 weeks out from harvest