KORTEGAARD have specialised in supplying garden centres with some of the best British and Danish-grown Christmas trees available. We supply one of the largest ranges of Christmas trees – please see our full range and videos for further info. All our trees are individually selected to fit into our own exclusive grading system.
Cut Christmas trees are measured from the cut to the gathering point of the top whirl (approx. half leader), we DO NOT measure to the top of the leader.
Container-grown Christmas trees (CO) are grown in 7.5 litre pots and they are measured from the root collar/top of the pot to the top of the leader, ie the pot is not included in the measure. All our container-grown Christmas trees are grown in pots. It is a hardy nursery product which will grow on if treated appropriately.
Watering Christmas trees significantly improves needle retention and is highly recommended.
Nordmann fir (Abies nordmanniana)
The most popular Christmas tree in the UK as well as the rest of Europe. Great needle retention and a beautiful glossy, dark-green colour with long soft needles. It is a great tree for family homes. Shapes vary from full and dense to more traditional.
Noble fir (Abies nobilis)
The king of Christmas trees. Fantastic needle retention, beautiful blue-silver colour and wonderful scent. Generally more traditional shapes than nordmann and fraser firs.
Fraser fir (Abies fraserii)
The “American” Christmas tree. Compact and slimmer proportions than most other firs. Very good needle retention and a lovely citrus scent. A great tree for homes with less space.
Norway spruce (Picea abies)
The classic Christmas tree. Beautiful shapes with a traditional Christmas scent. Nice green colour with sharper needles than our range of firs. Decent needle retention. Great value for money Christmas tree and the best way to keep up the classic Christmas tradition.
Blue spruce (Picea pungens “Glauca”)
Beautifully coloured Christmas tree. Colour various from steel blue to silvery green. Very sharp needles and decent needle retention. Shapes vary from full and dense to more traditional.