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Christmas trees Cornwall 2019
Christmas trees Cornwall 2019

Christmas trees Cornwall 2019: getting set with Ladydowns Christmas trees We’re getting set for Christmas 2019, with just a week to go until December. We will be at Polgoon Vineyard & Orchard again, as usual this year, with the first...

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Summer and autumn at Ladydowns Christmas Trees, Cornwall
Summer and autumn at Ladydowns Christmas Trees, Cornwall

Ladydowns Christmas trees, Cornwall: news from the summer and autumn We’ve had a busy summer and autumn and Ladydowns Christmas Trees, Penzance. The work doesn’t stop on Christmas Eve! We’ve planted our fields of Christmas...

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It’s a wrap and here’s to 2019
It’s a wrap and here’s to 2019

That’s it folks, it’s a wrap and here’s to 2019 We’re still up and selling our remaining Christmas trees – and we’ve got some great examples from our award-winning stock still looking for cosy homes (although...

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Ladydowns Christmas Trees at Downing Street
Ladydowns Christmas Trees at Downing Street

News from Ladydowns Cornwall Christmas Trees We had a memorable trip to Downing Street, London, to see our winning tree in place, in the Pillared Room. Here are some pictures from the occasion. From left to right: On arrival, quick photo before...

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Cornwall Christmas Trees
Cornwall Christmas Trees

News from Ladydowns Cornwall Christmas Trees It’s been darn busy at Ladydowns Christmas trees since we opened at the beginning of December for Cornwall Christmas trees. Our roadside outlet at Polgoon Wines, just off the A30 outside of...

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Westcountry Television
Westcountry Television

News from Ladydowns Christmas Trees On the back of the excellent news that a Christmas tree from Ladydowns has been chosen to stand inside the Pillared State Drawing Room, at 10 Downing Street, we were featured on Westcountry Television. The...

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Ladydowns Christmas Trees on Facebook

In Germany it is traditional to hide a pickle somewhere within the branches of the Christmas tree, and give a gift to whichever child in the household finds it. ... See MoreSee Less

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Ladydowns Christmas Trees

Anita’s Norway Spruce looks absolutely stunning. ... See MoreSee Less

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Ukrainians use decorations for their Christmas Tree that mimic the natural formation of spiders' webs shimmering with dew.

The tradition goes back to a folktale about a poor widow who could not afford to decorate a tree for her children. Legend has it that spiders in the house took pity on the family's plight, and spun beautiful webs all over the tree, which the children awoke to find on Christmas morning.

Spiders' webs are also considered to be lucky in Ukrainian culture.
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Cutting Nordmann Fir today. Our trees grow on steep hills. This is Harry doing the leg work. Good lad. ... See MoreSee Less

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