PYO Christmas Tree
Create festive memories the whole family will treasure by visiting a Christmas Tree Farm this year.
There’s something special about wandering through a forest of Firs and choosing your favourite to bring home and decorate. Wellie boots are a must-have item and don’t forget to wrap-up warm. Bring the kids – and four-legged family members as many of the sites are dog-friendly – and meander through scented spruces to find the perfect tree for your home.
Here are some Christmas Tree Farms you can visit in Mid Devon:
1. Pixton Christmas Trees (Bampton)
Real Christmas Trees (Nordmann Fir) for sale in a range of sizes from 2 to 11ft and more. Open Monday to Friday, 9am-4pm. Due to size of site, customers are encouraged to contact Pixton before visiting to ensure someone is present when you arrive.
2. Culm Valley Christmas Trees (Uffculme, Cullompton)
Family-run plantation in the heart of Devon. With two acres of Norway Spruce and Nordmann Fir to choose from. Please note: 2022 stock is limited to 14ft + trees only.
3. Exe Valley Christmas Trees (Thorverton, Exeter)
Pick your own tree fresh from the field! Christmas Barn festive display with pot grown trees, stands & wreaths. Open every day until December 22nd, 9am – 5pm.
4. John Cockram Christmas Trees (Chawleigh, Chulmleigh)
Traditional Norway Spruce, low neeedle-drop Nordmann Fir, fresh homemade wreaths and stands. Open Fridays, Saturdays and Sundays between 9:30am and 3:30pm until 18 December.
5. Peach Hayne Organics (Cheriton Fitzpaine, Crediton)
Peach Hayne are the only farm in the UK that is registered and certified to sell organically grown Christmas Trees. Visit the Farm on two Friday afternoons in 2022: 25 November and 2 December. Otehrwise they can be found at Tiverton Pannier Market with pre-cut trees.
6. Moonridge Farm (Newton St Cyres, Exeter)
Moonridge Farm is sadly closed for the 2022 season but will return in 2023.
Please remember to check with each business their terms of service before visiting; some require customers to book a visit in advance. Don’t forget to bring something to tie the tree with if you’re planning to carry it home on the roof of your vehicle.