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Norway Spruce vs Blue Spruce vs Nordmann Fir: Which is the best Christmas tree?

Christmas trees are not all grown equal, here’s a comparison of the Norway Spruce, Blue Spruce and Nordmann Fir trees to help you choose the right one this Christmas.

Nordmann Fir

The Nordmann Fir has become one of the most popular Christmas trees in the UK. It’s great for families as its soft needles don’t drop as readily as other variaties.

Why choose a Nordmann Fir:

  • Excellent needle retention.
  • Classic triangular shape.

Perfect for:

  • Families with children (the needles are soft to touch).

Somerlap’s Nordmann Firs are sized between 150 – 200 cm and cost £44.10.

Norway Spruce

Norway Spruce trees have traditional dark green needles, and offer excellent value for money. If you love adorning your tree with lights and baubles, this one holds decorations well.

Why choose a Norway Spruce:

  • Great traditional tree, with dark green needles.
  • Most distinctive scent.
  • Excellent value for money.

Perfect for:

  • Holding lots of decorations.

Somerlap Norway Spruce trees are available in a variety of sizes starting from just £13.80

Blue Spruce

The Blue Spruce has distinctive blue-tinged needles and a lovely Christmassy scent.

Why choose a Blue Spruce:

  • Retains needles well.
  • Festive scent.

Perfect for for:

  • A distinctive look.

Somerlap’s Blue Spruce trees are sized between 150 – 200 cm and cost £27.50.

Types of Christmas Tree

The Blue Spruce (left), Norway Spruce (centre) and Nordmann Fir (right) are all available to buy from Somerlap, while stocks last.

Contact or call in and reserve your Christmas tree today. For a small charge we can also deliver your tree direct to your door.

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