Korean Fir Christmas Tree


Kavanagh Christmas Trees grows premium quality Christmas trees at affordable costs. We stock many varieties of trees, and the Korean Fir is one of our most popular ones.

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These trees are evergreen in nature with their needles of silver shining colour. The needles of this tree are soft with bluish-green in colour. This Korean fir has excellent needle retention and is pyramidal shape. These trees can tolerate alkaline soils and also can tolerate heat conditions even if they prefer cool locations. These trees along with their pine cones can make your Christmas cherishable and memorable for you.

The price range of this tree is from 50 euros to 90 euros.

These trees of variable heights are available for you to purchase online

  • 5 feet Korean Fir – 50 euros.
  • 6 feet Korean Fir – 60 euros.
  • 7 feet Korean Fir – 70 euros.

For larger sizes give us a call on 087 418 8410. You can also stands and other products online.  Our water-holding stands will help keep your tree fresh for longer.

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Available Tree Sizes

5 foot – €50.00, 6 foot – €60.00, 7 foot – €70.00, 8 foot – €80.00, 9 foot – €90.00


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Please Note: Any trees over 9ft must be collected from our retail outlet at Leopardstown racecourse

Please Note: Delivery, Collection & Recycling is available to Dublin city & county and North Wicklow only

Delivery Days
Delivery days for North Dublin – Tuesday, Thursday and Sunday
Delivery days for South Dublin and Dublin City – Monday, Wednesday, Friday and Saturday

We offer a collection & recycle service of your old Christmas trees. This service is only available from January 3rd Until January 7th inclusive

Recycling Centres are: West Pier Car Park, Cabinteely Park, Mount Anvil Parks Depot, Main Car Park Marlay Park, Blackrock Park, Eden Park Glasthule

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We won the best overall tree at the I.C.T.G. Annual Competition 2018

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