Christmas has arrived at Coolings! Explore our impressive range of UK grown, premium-grade, fresh-cut trees and pre-potted trees. Read our guide below to understand which height and variety is right for you and don’t forget to follow our advice on how to care for your tree.
Our premium grade Kent grown Norway Spruce tree, is the traditional choice. Combining beautiful shape with aromatic foliage, they will fill your home with a lovely pine fragrance, the true scent of Christmas.
Sizes and prices:
4ft (120-150cm) – £24.99
5ft (150-175cm) – £29.99
6ft (175-200cm) – £36.99
7ft (200-240cm) – £44.99
8ft (240-275cm) – £49.99
9ft (275-300cm) – £59.99
10ft (300-335cm) – £99.99
Larger sizes are available, price on application.
If you are looking for a tree with the best needle retention, then look no further. Our freshly cut and UK grown Nordmann Premium Christmas trees have the best needle retention, fantastic shape and beautiful glossy foliage. With lush dark green colour, a subtle aroma and soft needles, whilst still providing a subtle aroma.
Sizes and prices:
4ft (120-150cm) – £32.99
5ft (150-175cm) – £42.99
6 ft (175-200cm) – £54.99
7ft (200-240cm) – £69.99
8ft/9ft (240-300cm) – £119
10ft (300-335cm) – £169
Larger sizes are available, price on application
A potted Christmas tree is an easy way to bring a real tree into your home with very little hassle. The best part is, our pot grown Christmas trees can be planted in the garden and enjoyed for years to come. Ideal for those with limited space or who simply want minimum hassle.
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Our Christmas Tree Care Guide
Follow these easy steps to make your real Christmas trees last this year:
1. For cut trees, remember to saw off a couple of inches from the base to open the pores and increase water uptake.
2. A freshly cut tree absorbs a surprising amount of water; a gallon in 24 hours is not unusual. We recommend using a water stand and check daily to keep the water level above the base of the trunk.
3. Christmas trees don’t like heat, so try to position them away from radiators and open fires.
4. To give your pot grown tree the best chance of growing in the garden, simply plant at the correct depth and remember to keep well-watered.
How Many Lights?
As a general rule of thumb, it is advised to have five metres of lights per 2ft of tree. If in doubt… more is more with lights!
Christmas Tree Recycling
Bring your tree back to your local Coolings Garden Centre in January and we will recycle it for free.