Welcome to Jackson's Nurseries, a family-run business based in the Staffordshire Moorlands on the outskirts of the beautiful Peak District. We sell a range of Christmas trees which are nurtured on our Christmas tree fields at 750ft above sea level to produce strong, healthy trees.
Buying direct from the grower means you can save a small fortune by cutting out the middle-man. You are guaranteed to receive a fresh tree that will go from our fields to your front door in a matter of days.
We have been growing Christmas trees for over 60 years and sending them to mainland UK for 15 years. Our tried and tested packaging technique will ensure your tree arrives looking as fresh and healthy as it was when dug and shipped from our nursery.
Christmas tree stand and vouchers:
Stylish alternative to traditional metal stands
1.5 litre reservoir means your tree stays fresher for longer
For our Retail garden centre and tea room in Staffordshire
For online orders. Sent to the lucky recipient by email
Christmas Tree Care Advice and FAQs
We've put together a collection of handy guides to help you in choosing, buying, decorating and caring for your Christmas tree to keep it looking at its best. Some of these are based on questions we often get asked by our customers which you may find useful too. We hope the articles will help you pick the perfect tree for you and your family and leave it looking in tip-top condition throughout the festive period.
Traditionally many different evergreen species were used as a Christmas tree. We cover 4 types of Christmas tree in more detail to help you choose the best one for you and your family.
Christmas tree heights are often quoted in a mish-mash of metric and imperial. To cut through the confusion we've compiled a handy conversion table, along with key thing to think about when choosing the height of your tree.
Top tips such as sawing 1 inch off the base before installing your tree in the home, keeping it away from radiators and open fires, watering regularly and how to dispose of your tree after Christmas.
If you find London retailers charge a hefty premium for trees that are sub-par why not consider ordering your tree online for delivery on a date of your choice? Here we share details of how we harvest and dispatch our trees.
Striking the careful balancing act between buying your tree too early and spending your Christmas week cleaning up piles of pine needles vs not buying it so late that the best trees have sold out.
How to understand Christmas tree grades, considering whether you'd prefer to buy in-person or online and weighing up the relative benefits and drawbacks of different outlets.
Careful planning is essential to choose the right Christmas tree for you. We cover the factors to think about from where you will put your tree to checking the quality of different trees.
Why we think ordering online gives you the best of both worlds, allowing you to reserve one of the best trees from the current harvest whilst waiting until a sensible date to install your tree in the home.
With Christmas trees going on sale earlier every year, the right care and attention for your tree to keep it looking at its best throughout the festive season is more important than ever.
Here we cover the process from preparing your tree outdoors and getting it into the stand or box to decorating your tree and on-going care such as topping up the stand with water.
How long different types of real Christmas trees will last under ideal conditions and with proper care; how to choose a healthy tree at the outset; a re-cap on tree care; and making your tree last a lifetime.
We thought we'd set the record straight by covering the key factors to consider when making the choice and help you conclude that the best and most natural choice is a real tree at Christmas.
Buying Direct from the Grower - save £££ with fresh trees guaranteed
Jacksons Nurseries started growing Christmas trees 60 years ago.
The growing fields support a large ecology of wildlife by offering a fantastic, safe haven for birds, insects and small mammals that seek shelter and food amongst the growth. This is because at Jacksons Nurseries we plant Christmas trees as ‘draw trees’ and plant native trees in between the Christmas trees as we plant. As the Christmas trees are harvested, we leave the native species on some part of the Christmas tree growing area to develop into native English woodland.
Throughout their growing period our Christmas trees contribute to the betterment of the atmosphere by converting carbon dioxide into breathable oxygen which helps everyone! Just one acre of Christmas trees will absorb over two tonnes of carbon dioxide a year.
Christmas trees are fully biodegradable and can be put to lots of good uses after the Christmas period. Another very important aspect of purchasing a real Christmas tree is that you are supporting a renewable resource. For each individual tree that is removed, two are planted in its place.
Artificial trees by contrast are produced using non-renewable fossil fuels and are generally produced in countries with worryingly relaxed attitudes towards environmental preservation or sustainability.
We would always encourage you to buy a real Christmas tree to support a safe and natural product.
Web Sales Christmas Opening Times
Wednesday 25th & Thursday 26th December - Closed
Friday 27th December - 9:00am to 1:00pm
Monday 30th December & Tuesday 31st December - 9.00am to 1.00pm
Wednesday 1st January - Closed
Websales will open as normal from Thursday 2nd January 2020.
Visit our Staffordshire garden centre this Christmas
If you're local to Staffordshire or just looking for a great day out for all the family, why not come and visit us? A very warm welcome awaits you at our garden centre, tea room and garden shop in Bagnall, near Leek, just outside of the beautiful Peak District. Choose from hundreds of freshly dug and cut Christmas trees with the help of our experienced nurserymen who have over 60 years combined industry experience.
Visit our red deer, pygmy goats, farm animals and feathered friends in the aviary. There is a children's play area and two festive weekends each year when the kids can visit Santa. If all that sounds rather exhausting our expert chefs make a range of delicious meals and cakes so you can put your feet up in front of our open wood-burning fire with a brew before packing the tree in the car and heading home.
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