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Real Christmas Tree Delivery and Services

PLEASE READ - 2020 Covid19 update

"In the light of today's announcement (22nd September 2020) by the UK Government, we have made the difficult decision NOT to supply Christmas trees and Christmas tree services this season. Our client base made up of 85% business, and 15% residential customers in Central London and the Home Counties include offices, hotels, theatres, Cathedrals and Churches, schools, hospitals and venues. Uncertainty regarding Government measures, logistics, the supply chain and concerns regarding the health of our customers and staff have been the reason for our decision. We would like to wish you all a Merry Christmas for 2020; we will be back in 2021 and of course, apologise for any inconvenience caused." Jeremy

Care of Christmas Trees

Deliver me a Christmas tree are proud members of the British Christmas Tree Growers Association and provide high quality Christmas Trees. Our aim is to supply you with a real Christmas tree that is absolutely ideal for the centrepiece of your Christmas celebrations. Our Christmas Trees are grown in accordance with the BCTGA environmental Code of Practice and are guaranteed fresh. Provided care is taken in looking after your real Christmas tree the tree should survive 2-3 weeks.

Care of the tree

It is part of the life cycle of the conifer tree that it sheds needles and they will accelerate that shedding particularly if they dry out. Some trees do so more quickly than others. The best way to ensure satisfaction is to care for the tree while it is in your home. Your real Christmas tree should be treated like any plant being brought into a warm, dry atmosphere.

Safety

Deliver me a Christmas tree do not treat their real Christmas trees with fire-retardant. Deliver me a Christmas tree advise all residential and corporate customers to conduct their own full fire risk assessment before ordering a real Christmas tree(s) from Deliver me a Christmas tree.

Do not place your tree close to a heat source, including a fireplace, candle or heat vent. The heat will dry out the tree, causing it to be more easily ignited by heat, flame or sparks.

Be careful not to drop or flick cigarette ashes near a tree. Do not put your live tree up too early or leave it up for longer than 3 weeks. Always keep the tree stand filled with water.‚Äč

Cut Nordmann fir, Norway spruce and Blue spruce Christmas Trees

When you take delivery of your real Christmas tree it should be kept outside in a cool shaded place, preferably standing in water, until it is required indoors. Before bringing the tree indoors it is an advantage if about half an inch is cut off the butt in order to open up the pores of the tree. Mount it in a water-holding stand and place it away from direct heat. Keep the stand topped up with water; you will be surprised how much it needs.

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