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kavanagh christmas tree

Our high altitude site (average 900 feet above sea level) is ideally suited to producing excellent, strong, needle retaining species as the soil is dry and the wind is strong and this is the optimum conditions that the trees receive.

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What Makes Kavanagh Christmas Trees Different?

Kavanagh Christmas Trees are a family business, established in 1952, situated in the Wicklow Mountains. The Farm is situated 900 feet above sea level, which is ideal for the pioneering species of Christmas Trees that we grow.  If you purchase a Christmas Tree online, we make a donation per tree to the Irish Osteoporosis Society Charity.

Every customer is informed of where his or her local re-cycling centre is. We have won the Irish Christmas Tree Growers annual competition more times than that of any other grower and won best Noble Fir and Korean Fir at the annual I.C.T.G. competition in 2017. In 2018 we won first prize for our Nordmann Fir.

We operate from Dublin and Wicklow

Dublin:   Car Park G, Leopardstown Racecourse, Leopardstown,Dublin 18

Wicklow:  Farm Shop, Glendarragh, Newtownmountkennedy, Co.Wicklow. A63 E270.

If you have any queries

Please call Christy 087 418 8410 or Kathleen 087 797 4521

Quality commitment

Wicklow's climate provides ideal conditions for the growing of top quality Christmas trees. Kavanagh Christmas Trees is committed to producing trees to the highest standards and in an environmentally sustainable and professional manner.

Kavanagh Christmas tree production has matured over the years and our product offered is now one of the best in Europe. Kavanagh Christmas Trees produce a variety of species and provide the best possible product for the consumer.

Sustainability

Real Trees V Fake Trees

The environmental impact of both real and fake trees is relatively small in terms of an Irish person’s overall yearly carbon footprint. But there’s an ethical and social argument to weigh up, too. In moving towards a greener economy, it’s important to support indigenous industries. Buying a plastic Christmas Tree, from China, for example, that uses some of the dirtiest electricity on the planet, made from crude oil - a non renewable resource, and is shipped halfway around the world to big retailers, is not what a green and sustainable future looks like. Buying a Christmas tree that’s grown locally, and supports local jobs, is so much better

Tree care

Keep your tree topped up with water regularly because if the tree dries out, it will seal itself. Keep trees away from naked flames and radiators - preferably a cold room.

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