Tree Height Guide
VarianceObviously trees don't grow to perfect round heights :) We measure from the base of the tree (the point at which we cut the trunk) to around halfway up the "leader". The leader is the bit you put the star (or fairy!) on, so the bit between the top branches and the top of the tree. Some trees have longer leaders than others, so bear in mind that your tree could be a bit bigger than expected (sometimes up to a foot). You can always cut a bit off the top of the leader, though.
StandIf you're putting your tree in any sort of stand, that will add some height to the tree, so don't forget to factor it in to the overall measurement! If you need a stand, we sell them here.
Tree widthBear in mind that the taller your tree, the wider it will be at the base. Nordman Firs and Norway Spruces in particular get quite big and bushy as they get taller, so make sure you've got space!
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£39 – £86
Introduced to Britain relatively recently, the Fraser is growing in popularity year on year. The Fraser originates from Canada and North America where it is the biggest selling Christmas tree. The reason for its popularity is its excellent needle retention coupled with a beautiful orangey scent. The Fraser has a slimmer more wispy look to the Noble and Nordman. Another soft needled fir ideal for those with youngsters.