Grab a hot chocolate and wander through our pop-up forest to choose your perfect tree.
Our trees are predominantly grown in Gloucestershire, Hampshire, and Herefordshire and the forest has a wide selection of sizes and varieties.
Open from Friday 24th November, 10am - 6pm seven days a week until all sold...
A member of our brilliant tree team will be on hand to net it for you.
25% off for Loyalty Card Holders
Jolly Nice has always wanted to give something back to its loyal locals and is continuing with the 25% off any Christmas tree for loyalty card holders again this year. If you don't yet have a card, just sign up in the shop before November 25th to qualify for your discount. Loyalty card signs ups will reopen in January.
We only stock the highest grade trees. There is a limited availability of the largest trees, so do come early and choose the best one. For trees 11ft and above: Email: firstname.lastname@example.org with subject line 'JOLLY BIG TREE' and let us know what size you're after.
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.
WE HAVE A LIMITED NUMBER OF OTHER TYPES OF TREES:
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, it holds its needles well and has a lovely, aromatic fragrance. It is slimmer than most trees making it ideal for tight spaces. Lodgepole Pine 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.
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.