Nordmann Fir Christmas Trees – What’s the difference?

“So you sell Christmas Trees but you only sell Nordmann Fir, why’s that then?” 

Well, it’s a very good question to ask actually especially since over 21 different variations of the Christmas tree are sold each year.  We know that because we can even name the majority of them.

Here goes; Balsam fir, Douglas-fir, Fraser Fir, Grand Fir, Guaremalan Fir, Jeffrey pine, Noble Fir, Nordmann FirNorfolk island pine, Norway spruce, Pinyon pine, Red Fir, Scots Pine, Serbian Spruce, Silver Fir, Stone pine, Swiss pine, White fir.

We believe that the public should have plenty of choice. However, Christmas Trees Manchester has a simple approach to business;  source only the finest Christmas Trees.

The Nordmann Fir is considered by experts as the finest specimen of Christmas Tree. Furthermore, our previous experience and customer feedback supports this view.

In the UK, the Nordmann Fir is the most sold specimen of Christmas each festive season. However, the specimen of tree is generally slightly more expensive than the Norway Spruce or the Scottish pine.

But, “what the difference?”

  1. The trees are known to last longer (provided that they are maintained)
  2. The trees are more fuller, rounder and a general bushy Christmas Tree.
  3. Excellent needle retention
  4. Softer needles
  5. More ideal for indoor: unlike the Norway Spruce.
  6. The nations favourite Christmas Tree
  7. You’re buying quality and ‘you buy cheap, you buy twice’.

In summary, we only sell Nordmann Fir because the quality are far superior. Its more important to us that our customers are happy with both our product and service so that return next year. And, selling only Nordmann Fir helps us to achieve this goal.
Did you know: Artificial trees will last for less than six years in your home, but for centuries in a landfill.

 

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