Simplify the run-up to Christmas 2017 by purchasing your tree from this charming, easy-to-use website.

Are you haunted by the cold, dark memories of yesteryear when you have – through gritted teeth – struggled to transport your Christmas tree home in good cheer? Simplify the run-up to Christmas 2017 by purchasing your tree from Send Me A Christmas Tree, a charming, easy-to-use website instead.


From the heart of the Sussex countryside comes a jolly website designed to ease your woes this season. Send Me A Christmas Tree does what it says on the tin — with passion, expertise and quality control.

The team – lead by Farmer Tom – spend the year in the Sussex Weald nurturing and shaping over 150,000 Christmas trees on their Narnia-like plantations. So all you have to do is choose your tree (with the help of the handy buyers’ guide if you wish), place your order and await your festive delivery.

Send Me A Christmas Tree promise fresh Christmas trees, delivered free, up until December 21. The range of trees on offer is astonishing. Will you go for a Douglas Fir, a Nordman Fir, a Norway Spruce or a Farmer Tom’s Famous Sussex Fir?

The company’s previous customers are a happy bunch. They say:

“Just wanted to write and say a huge thank you for our beautiful tree which arrived safe and sound last week. It is without a doubt the most beautiful tree I have ever had, with a fantastic shape, healthy and PERFECT!” Jennie

“Thank you for my beautiful, symmetrical tree which arrived as promised and in perfect condition. I couldn’t be any happier and the whole process was completely stress-free. My children are decorating it as we speak. Many thanks to all involved.” Ann

“This is the best Christmas tree we have ever had. It’s so fresh, and hasn’t dropped a needle yet! It smells great, is drinking loads and I’m sure will live a long time. Thank you so much.” Antoinette

In addition to real trees, these thoughtful people also sell pot-grown trees, wreaths, decorations, lights, stands and a perky range of Christmas jumpers! Plus, the Send Me A Christmas Tree blog is full of interesting facts and festive cheer.

This site really is a reason to be jolly this season.

December 2017