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Where to get your locally grown Christmas Tree

Where To Get Your Locally Grown Christmas Tree

The Great Debate: Fake Christmas Trees vs. Real Christmas Trees. And if real – where to get your locally grown Christmas Tree.

The holiday season is upon us, and one of the most debated topics is whether to go for the convenience of a fake Christmas tree or the traditional charm of a real one.

Let’s explore the pros and cons of both options, helping you and your family make an informed decision that suits your preferences and lifestyle.

The Real Deal – Real Christmas Trees

Tradition and Charm: Real Christmas trees are synonymous with tradition, offering a nostalgic and authentic feel that many people cherish during the holiday season. The fresh scent of pine filling your home adds to the overall festive atmosphere.

Environmental Impact: While real trees are biodegradable and can be recycled, their production and transportation can contribute to carbon emissions. We’ll explore ways to minimize the environmental impact, such as supporting local tree farms or recycling programs.

Maintenance: Real trees require more maintenance, including regular watering to keep them fresh throughout the holiday season. We’ll provide tips on how to care for your real Christmas tree and make the most of its lifespan.

The Convenience Factor – Fake Christmas Tree

Cost and Longevity: Fake Christmas trees may have a higher upfront cost, but they can be a cost-effective option over the years. We’ll discuss the financial aspects of investing in a quality artificial tree and how it compares to buying a real tree annually.

Allergies and Sensitivities: For those with allergies or sensitivities to certain tree types, artificial trees can be a practical choice. We’ll delve into how fake trees can provide a hypoallergenic alternative for a comfortable holiday season.

Eco-Friendly Options: Contrary to popular belief, some fake Christmas trees are made from eco-friendly materials, and their reusability can offset their environmental impact. We’ll explore sustainable options and tips for choosing an eco-friendly artificial tree.


Ultimately, the choice between a fake Christmas tree and a real one boils down to personal preferences, lifestyle, and values. Whether you opt for the traditional charm of a real tree or the convenience of an artificial one, both options have their merits.


Should you choose to go out a buy a really Christmas tree this year, as your local Go-To Guide, here are my suggestions:

Hagley Christmas Trees
Worcester Road, Broome, Stourbridge DY9 0EG.
Open daily from 21 Nov, 9am – 8pm.
Home – Hagley Christmas Trees

Churchill Christmas Tree Farm
Churchill Lane, Blakedown, DY10 3DE.
Open 2nd, 3rd, 9th, 10th, 16th, 17th Dec; 9am – 5pm.
Churchill Christmas Tree Farm (

Bissell Wood Christmas Trees
Bissell Wood Estate. Deansford Lane, Blakedown Near Kidderminster, Worcestershire, DY10 4ND.
Open from 23rd Nov.

Pinewood Christmas Tree Plantation
Pinewood, Rectory Lane, Hartlebury, Worcestershire, DY11 7XA.
Opening Saturday 18th November until 18th December.
Monday to Saturday 8.30am – 7pm / Sundays 9am – 6pm.
Christmas Tree Plantation & Christmas Shop Kidderminster | Pinewood Christmas

Highgate Farm Christmas Trees
Highgate Common, Nr Stourbridge, West Midlands, DY7 5BS
Open daily from 25 Nov, 9am – 4.30pm.
Highgate Farm Christmas Trees – Home


Let me know of any other Christmas Tree farms/shops in Kidderminster, Stourbridge and Dudley (or surrounding areas), that you recommend which I may have missed! Email details to Lucy at:

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