Santa’s Fields in Chadwick End, Solihull is the new home of Steve’s Christmas Trees which began as a hobby business in 2003. Steve’s Christmas Trees is based at 30 Blue Lake Road in Dorridge, but the trees have been grown at various locations around the area and also in St Agnes Cornwall. To streamline the operation Evergreen Acres Farm was purchased in 2019 and is now the base for all things Christmas. To date around 8000 trees have been planted at the farm and retail sales are going to start at the farm on Thursday 26th November 2020.
At Santa’s Fields we will be selling Nordmann Fir (up to 15 ft), Norway Spruce (up to 20 ft), Colorado Blue Spruce (up to 8ft) and Fraser Fir (up to 8ft). All of our trees are hand selected for quality from the fields by Steve and the team. The trees are tended to throughout the year to ensure the trees are grown to the highest standard. Trees are freshly cut on a daily basis throughout the Christmas period.
We also sell a selection of water holding stands, lights and tree trimmings, Nordmann Fir / Spruce Door Wreaths, Garlands, Holly and Mistletoe.
At Santa’s Fields we believe that the whole tree buying experience should be a magical, memorable part of your Christmas. There will be spectacular Christmas Lights, mulled wine, hot chocolate, our famous singing reindeer Blitzen & Frank and so much more.
Please check out our recent planting video, and updates on our facebook and instagram pages.
For those of you who can’t make it to the farm, and in light of Covid 19 we have introduced an online shop for direct delivery to your door or for swift collection purposes.
We also offer a tree collection service in January, where we come round with a lorry and wood chipper and chip all of the trees into wood chip which is then recycled and used on the farm.
We plant at least 5 trees for every tree purchased, so by buying a real tree you are also helping the environment. Each acre of trees produces the daily Oxygen requirement for 18 people. In America over 1 million acres are used for Christmas Tree production, so this is enough daily Oxygen for 18 million people!