You know what they say, it’s never too early to start thinking about the Christmas holiday. While we prepare for the holiday season, there’s a thing or two you should know about caring for your pot-grown Christmas tree before the holiday begins. What is a Pot-Grown Christmas Tree? But first, what exactly is a pot-grown
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We have over 30 years of experience in forestry and 20 years of experience growing quality Christmas trees. We allow our plantation to grow grass and other vegetation, while our Shropshire sheep do all the mowing. This eliminates the reliance on herbicides, thus healthier soils, a better environment and a greener future.
Whether you’re looking for the best Christmas tree in Cork for your home or a large outdoor tree for a community, we supply all sizes and shapes in a variety of species from 3ft-30ft. We also stock a stunning range of Cork Pot Grown Christmas Trees!
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Comparing Artificial Vs Real Christmas Trees
- There is nothing like the scent and beauty of a real tree in Ireland.
- The evergreen fir has been used in the celebration of Xmas for thousands of years.
- Real are more environmentally friendly than artificial and are recycled into mulch for landscaping or gardening.
- Tree farms provide refuge for wildlife, help sustain the rural economy and provide jobs.
- They also take in carbon dioxide and other harmful greenhouse gases and release fresh oxygen into the air.
- What’s harvested is replaced every year, keeping a sustainable cycle.
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Ireland has one of the lowest levels of forest cover in Europe at just 11 percent, yet it has one of the highest rates of plantation forestry across the bloc. In terms of carbon footprint, forestry is one of the essential tools in determining the fight against climate change. Ireland’s Greenhouse Gas (GHG) emissions are