This year, our enchanting forest of trees opens on the 27th November
Every year the Jolly Nice paddock magically transforms into an enchanting forest of over 1000 trees, lit with festoons and smelling of pine needles.
Predominantly grown in Gloucestershire, Hampshire and Herefordshire, the forest has trees of all sizes and varieties .This year we have a beautiful range of tree decorations in our Christmas Shop as well as a wide range of stands.
The Tree Team, led by Jamie, will be on hand to net it for you and explain about tree care and recycling after Christmas.
Choose from beautiful Nordmann Fir valued for its non-drop needles or a Blue Spruce with a frosty-blue tint and thick, bushy branches. We also have pot grown Spruce and a few more unusual varieties, such as Fraser Fir, Noble Fir and Lodge Pole Pine.
The forest opens 10am-6pm every day from November 27th.
a gift to our loyal customers
As in previous years, we're offering 25% off all Christmas Trees for our existing Loyalty Card holders.
One of the most popular trees in the UK with a reliably symmetrical shape with a wide base and dark green broad needles which are soft and glossy. Classed as 'non-drop', it is a low-maintenance option.
The Jolly Nice price list (full price and with 25% discount for our Loyalty Card holders) for Nordmann Fir trees are:
4ft+ £29.25 / £21.95
5ft+ £42.50 / £31.95
6ft+ £52.50 / £39.50
7ft+ £71.95 / £53.95
8ft+ £90.50 / £68.00
9ft+ £119.95 / £90.00
we also have a limited number of:
The traditional British Christmas tree strong and sturdy with an excellent shape. It has short light-green foliage and a classic pine fragrance. The small sharp needles are prickly so is great for preventing cats climbing your tree. It tends to drop needles unless kept outside.
Despite being at its bluest in spring, the needles of this tree have a lovely silver-blue tinge during the Christmas period and it is highly perfumed. Much like the Norway spruce, it has sharp needles, though it does hold its needles well. It also generally has a good symmetrical form.
The Fraser fir is similar to the Norway spruce by having firm branches, great for holding heavy baubles, and also to the Nordmann fir, by holding its needles well and has a lovely, aromatic fragrance. It is slimmer than most trees making it ideal for tight spaces.
This tree’s straight stems were supposedly once used by Native Americans as the central pole for their wigwams. A bushy tree with bright green foliage with long soft needles and exceptionally good needle-holding properties.
This fir has attractive grey-green needles that tilt upwards and very strong branches, so is a good choice for hanging heavy decorations on. They’re hard to find in the UK and more expensive, although their needle retention is among the best.
Trudy C, Tripadvisor
Our Jolly Nice Christmas Tree was excellent value, looked fantastic
and hardly dropped any needles after being inside for four weeks.