Christmas trees from managed woodlands in Windsor Forest

December 7, 2007 at 4:54 pm | Posted in Ascot, Christmas, Christmas trees, Crown Estate, Forestry stewardship, Managed woodland, Sustainable farming, Trees, Windsor, Windsor Estate, Windsor Forest | Leave a comment

This is what I went to investigate at The Savill Garden, and can now recommend the high-quality trees and super shop stocked with intriguing gifts, easy parking, helpful staff, and all the amenities you could wish for—so I am not bothering with trips into town looking for unique Christmas presents ‘Made in China’ anymore: you can make do with an original hand-carved insect home, some hedgehog niblets, swan treats, or Discovery apple juice from the Royal Orchard at Sandringham instead 😉

Christmas Tree advert for Windsor Estate managed woodland products

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