Pot for illustrative purposes
Blue Spruce Pot Grown Christmas Trees
Pot for illustrative purposes
Blue Spruce Pot Grown Christmas Trees
Pot for illustrative purposes
Blue Spruce Pot Grown Christmas Trees
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Blue Spruce Pot Grown Christmas Trees

Regular price £79.99
A Blue Spruce Christmas tree has a frosty elegance, with blue-grey tints to dark green needles. Full, dense, and with a traditional shape, this potted Christmas tree is a modern classic.
Please Note: Our pot grown trees are measured from the base of the pot to the tip of the tree.

Add lights (optional)

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How does scheduled free delivery work?

Select the tree height and variety that works best for you.

Pick the delivery week that you want to receive your tree.

Scheduled cut & potted Christmas trees will be dispatched during the delivery week selected.

If the Express Delivery option is available and selected, your tree will be dispatched the next working day.

Items sold on a pre-order basis with no selectable delivery week will be dispatched as soon as they come into stock, estimated from early November onwards.

Products advertised as in stock with no mention of scheduled delivery will be dispatched as soon as possible.

Any products purchased with a product with a week selection (cut & potted trees) will all be dispatched together so you will receive all your Christmas products at the same time.

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Last year our most popular trees and sizes sold out way before Christmas. Our trees are carefully grown throughout the year, once we sell out of a certain kind or size we won’t get them back in stock before Christmas.

So don’t risk it, secure the heart of your Christmas decorations today through our pre-order system, because nothing says 'Christmas' quite like the perfect
tree. Pre-order now and ensure you're not left out in the cold.

Don’t forget your dream tree also comes with free delivery on all UK mainland orders.


  • Height
    2ft; 3ft; 4ft
  • Shape
  • Foliage
  • Branch details
    400 - 600 tips
  • Fragrance
  • Needle shed

About Blue Spruce Fir Pot Grown Christmas Trees

The Blue Spruce brings a sense of elegance to your home, with its traditional shape, dense branches with immeasurable needles, and striking blue-grey tint. It’s adored as a Christmas tree for being a joy to decorate and releasing a subtle pine scent in your home.

With iconic blue-green foliage, the Blue Spruce is native to North America and grows abundantly in Colorado, Arizona, and New Mexico. It is hugely popular as a Christmas tree around the world thanks to its luxurious, dense foliage with slightly waxy blue-green needles. The sublime hint of blue-grey in the needles of the pot-grown Blue Spruce is a unique feature that we adore. Paired with silver or white décor themes, including thousands of twinkling lights, it looks truly regal in your home.

The Blue Spruce potted Christmas tree will thrive indoors over the season with just a little water to keep the soil moist. The great advantage of a potted real Christmas tree is the notably low needle shedding rate. All our real Christmas trees, potted or cut, are grown in the UK on dedicated Christmas tree farms.

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About Potted Trees

A pot-grown Christmas tree is an effortless way to create a traditional Christmas this year. Easy to decorate and even easier to maintain, the pot-grown tree is a brilliant way to bring a festive feeling to your garden.

Germinated and nurtured in the UK, each pot-grown Christmas tree is delivered in its own pot. If you keep your tree in its pot, remember to water it regularly to keep it looking fresh. Move the tree back outdoors after the festive period to keep your Christmas tree growing year on year.

Our trees are available in multiple sizes, from small dwarf trees that are ideal for table décor to large 6-foot potted Christmas trees. All these potted Christmas tree varieties are average or low shedding, meaning they’ll retain their waxy soft needles throughout the season. For our tips on how to look after your pot grown tree, read our blog.

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