Come and visit our award winning family farm ¼ mile north of Mears Ashby, Northampton where every tree we sell has been hand-grown, pruned and nurtured by us for you to enjoy all Christmas long.  All our trees are 'Choose and Cut' so your tree is only harvested by us once you have made your selection guaranteeing you the freshest tree possible as well as giving you a unique Christmas experience.  So grab your wellies and come and enjoy complimentary mulled wine as you explore our beautiful conifer forest to choose your special tree from the hundreds ready now for your Christmas this year.   

Opening Times and New for This Year:

New for this year -  beautiful British wreaths to give your front door that extra special welcoming touch and made locally for us by the lovely Siouxzie, who'll be working with us on the Christmas team this year! 

Our beautiful mistletoe will be arriving just in time for opening! It's freshly cut from growers in Worcerstershire and hand-tied in bunches ready to hang.  Georgina or Siouxzie will be happy to help you to choose the perfect ribbon from our wide selection and prepare a bunch especially for you.

We also have the fantastic water holding Cinco Classic tree stands at £20 for trees up to 7' (2.1m) tall and £30 for trees up to 10' (3m). 

Come and visit us between 10.00am until 4.00pm every Saturday and Sunday in December.  We will be opening from Saturday 29th November with your last chance on Sunday 14th December when we will be closing for a much needed Christmas break!

Fun on Christmas Farm

We are members of the 

British Christmas Tree Growers Association

On the farm now

Winning the Supreme Countryside Management Award from the East of England Agricultural Society this year has been our highlight.  Building on our success with the Silver Purdey award in 2010 we have continued our conservation work and have recently begun our over-winter feeding programme for our song birds.  When we began independent recording in 2009 we were delighted with our wild bird count of 214 breeding pairs over a 291 acre part of the farm, by 2011 this had more than doubled to a staggering 467 pairs over the same land – no wonder we are now feeding over four tonnes (yes, really!) of bird seed each winter!