Christmas trees for sale!

Spielman in the mist
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November 18, 2021

By buying a tree from us you are actively helping to protect and enhance this special place. As a charity any money we make through Christmas tree sales and sales in our shop are put back directly into looking after the cemetery.

Love – all our trees come with added love! If you love Arnos Vale, Bristol or just green places, our trees are perfect for you.

How to buy

Come along to the shop, open 10.30am – 4pm every day. We’re also selling our own air seasoned logs and lots of locally sourced gifts and decorations.


Our trees range in size from 80cm right up to 225cm. The trees are Premium Nordman Firs and are priced from £28

Pot Grown 80-100cm £31

X Small 100-125cm £28

Small 125-150cm £34

Medium 150-175cm £46

Large 175-200cm £56

Extra Large 200-225cm £71

XXL 225cm plus – from £81

Plastic tree stand £25

Iron tree stand £35


Can we choose the tree ourselves?

Yes, just come along to the shop and have a look at the display of trees outside the East and West Lodges.

Where is the Gift Shop?

Our shop is in the East Lodge, to the left as you enter Arnos Vale through the main gates just off the Bath Road. For opening times visit our Site Information page.

Can we park?

Yes, you can park onsite. Your tree will be netted for ease of transportation.

Do the needles drop quickly from the trees?

All our trees are premium Nordman Fir and the needle drop on these trees is minimal.  Caring for the trees is easy – when you take your tree home, saw off about 3cm from the bottom to ensure this opens the pores in the bark. Do not place your tree directly in front of a heat source and water regularly.  Provided you stick to these simple rules then your tree from Arnos Vale should last to the end of the year.

Why would I consider buying a Pot Grown Tree?

Pot grown trees are trees that have been grown in their pots from seedlings. These have a higher chance of survival after Christmas. Pot grown trees need to be watered regularly and at no point should they be left to dry out, as this will harm the tree. It may be beneficial to re-pot the tree into a larger container, especially if you want to keep it for the next season. We would recommend that any trees over 5ft tall are re-potted or planted outside for future Christmases. Many of our loyal customers tell us they have flourished for over 4 years.

Do you deliver?

Unfortunately, we don’t deliver however you are welcome to park onsite.

Where do they come from?

We buy from a local forestry supplier in the Somerset Mendips with over 30 acres of Christmas tree plantation.

Why the Nordman Fir?

The Nordman Fir is the most commonly available of the Christmas tree firs. Nordmans have fantastic needle retention, dark green glossy needles, and dense attractive foliage. The trees are pruned to give a good full and uniform shape throughout their growing cycle. An ideal all-season Christmas tree due to their soft needles that do not drop readily as the tree becomes drier.

Is the netting recyclable?

Unfortunately not, however when you get your tree home, before you throw the net away please tie it in a knot – that way wildlife won’t get tangled up in it. If you know of a biodegradable netting, or can suggest another way for us to wrap up the tree’s for transporting home please drop Elspeth a line (email below)

Arnos Vale is a very special place for me, how else can I offer my support?

Please consider setting up a regular donation to Arnos Vale Cemetery Trust. We will put your money directly back into maintaining the 45 acre cemetery site and the numerous listed buildings and monuments for the enjoyment of Bristol and the wider community. All donations will make a difference, no matter their size.

What should I do with my tree after Christmas?

We recommend using Bristol Waste Company’s free Christmas tree collection. Please put your tree out where you would put your normal refuse or recycling. Real trees only please – they are used to make compost.

For any enquiries, please email

A Merry Christmas to all!

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