Homegrown Christmas Magic...

Hello, my name is Helen and with my family I love everything about Christmas, the excited children, the wrapping of presents, the twinkling lights outside people’s homes, the cosy nights by the fire with a boozy drink, a few treats, and the seasonal telly.  I look forward to welcoming you here again to continue your family’s tradition of choosing and harvesting your very own Ty Cerrig tree.


Our premium quality Fraser Fir is a pyramid shaped tree with flat, shiny deep green needles.

The Norway Spruce Christmas Tree is widely considered to be the traditional Christmas tree.


Meet the Team

We took over Ty Cerrig Christmas tree farm in 2017. Our family background is in Christmas trees and my husband Stephen, with help from us all, runs a large wholesale Christmas tree business from our family farm in Beguildy, Mid Wales. We have been involved in the growing and selling of Christmas trees for over 25 years and have enjoyed every minute of it (I am a huge strictly fan), family parties and catching up with friends, but most of all I love my tree... the centre of my family Christmas, therefore, I am delighted to be part of helping other families choose their perfect tree. We are passionate about the trees we grow & are proud to be part of other people’s Christmas preparation

The Boss

Helen Reynolds oversees the retail outlets at home, in Shrewsbury and also runs ‘3cheers for jolly good Christmas trees’ pop up shops. Helen is very excited at the prospect of personally welcoming you all to Ty Cerrig this year.

New Guy

Bill Reynolds runs a sheep flock and has just launched his tree career by last year running the Shrewsbury site while at college. Bill is studying agriculture and will be introducing Shropshire sheep to Ty Cerrig as a form of organic weed control and double cropping

The Pup with potential

Fred Reynolds is at school just starting his GCSE’s. Fred is in charge of customer services and spends his evenings and weekends in the fields helping everyone find their tree and getting it netted and to their car. Fred holds the family record for the most tips!

The Beauty

Kate Reynolds is currently at university in Cardiff. She helps with social media, Promotions, trade stands, on the till and with hospitality events. Kate knows how to throw a good party!

Tree Care

To get the most out of your Christmas tree this year, follow these guidelines.
It is advisable to let a freshly cut Christmas tree stand for a day or so outside in a bucket of water before taking the tree into the house.
We recommend you treat your Christmas tree like a cut flower, cut 1/2 inch off the trunk (stem) before putting it in water holding stand. 

Keep it topped up with water as you will be surprised a just how much it will drink.
Display as far away from a heat source as possible, not next to a radiator or that roaring open fire or wood burner.
Remember, the better watered and cooler you can keep it, the longer it will last. 

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