Get  Wrapped Up at Hartwell Nurseries this Christmas….

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It’s December, which means only one thing… we can officially get immersed and
wrapped up in all things Christmas! If you haven’t already, then 
it’s time to put up those decorations, eat the mince pies, spread some festive cheer and dive into the festive spirit at Hartwell Nursuries. 

If you’re still looking for Christmas ideas and inspiration or you just want to pick up some last-minute pieces or even enjoy a dazzling Christmas display, then Hartwell Nurseries is the place to go. 

The Christmas shop is filled to the brim with festive spirit – from traditional decorations and Christmas wreaths to trending items and festive bits you didn’t even know you needed!

You can never have enough Christmas decorations. There is always room for a handcrafted bauble on the tree, a new scented candle, a giant nutcracker or some new additions to your homemade centrepiece. You can find it all at Hartwell Nurseries. 

The huge range of twinkling Noma Christmas lights and outdoor lit figures are highly energy efficient. Decorate your outdoor space with penguins, snowmen, reindeers all for a few pence. For example, the cost of lighting a Highland Stag for a day is just under 2p. So, to light it for the whole of December it would cost 50p. Now that is efficient. 

Selling fast this year are the plush gingerbread men (4.99 – £44.99) and new for 2022, the Christmas Rats from the Rat Pack collection (£6.99 – £54.99). Both guaranteed to add some festive fun to your home. 

The Christmas Shop has something for everyone at great prices. While you are there, don’t miss out on the fun Christmas display with lots of photo opportunities, and be sure to visit the Tea Room for some homemade delights.  

Real Christmas Trees
Christmas wouldn’t be Christmas without a tree. Hartwell Nurseries has the largest range of real, potted and artificial trees in the area. From Nordmann Fir to Norway Spruce, they have the perfect sized tree to suit your home and pocket.  Almost all of Hartwell’s Christmas trees are grown in the UK and all are produced with a FSC certification, so you know you are only getting the very best.

Santa’s coming – what could be more magical than meeting Father Christmas? 

Father Christmas will be heading to Hartwell Nurseries with his helpers from Haddenham Rotary Club this month. Santa and his elves will be in his magical grotto for the three weekends throughout December in the lead up to Christmas (3rd & 4th, 10th & 11th and 17th & 18th). Not only will children be able to meet Santa, but they’ll also receive a very special gift. A lovely experience for the whole family to enjoy.

Organised by Haddenham Rotary Club Santa’s Grotto, hosted by Hartwell Nurseries. For further information and to book your visit, please head to Haddenham Rotary Club’s website,

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