Norway spruce (Picea Abies)

Spruces are extremely hardy and are often cultivated in areas where Nordmann fir struggles to thrive.

Spruce has been used as a Christmas tree for many generations and is often described in Denmark as the “proper Christmas tree”. These days, though, it only constitutes a small part of the total number of Christmas trees sold. Seeds are harvested several places in Europe and spruce is often used for forestry, hedges, in gardens and of course with a view to actual Christmas tree production. As with Nordmann fir, the plants are normally 3 to 4 years old when they are re-planted from the nursery, but they grow faster and achieve regular Christmas tree height 1 to 2 years earlier. Spruce is extremely hardy and often cultivated in areas where Nordmann fir struggles to thrive.


We strive to maintain the greatest possible respect for nature throughout our entire production chain. As green professionals aiming to deliver quality, it comes natural for us to be certified according to GLOBALG.A.P. (GlobalGood Agricultural Practice), GRASP (GLOBALG.A.P. Risk Assessment on Social Practice) and Label Rouge (The Red Label). Among other things, this holds us to a high standard of responsible production with responsible social practices, a reduced burden on the environment as well as superior quality Christmas trees.

The GLOBALG.A.P. standard ensures that the burden on the environment will be reduced, i.e. with an absolutely minimal use of pesticides, etc.

GRASP is an assessment of the social practices on the plantation, such as specific aspects of health, safety and welfare.

Label Rouge

Label Rouge is a French certificate of quality assurance. It certifies that a product has a set of characteristics with a level superior to that of a similar, current product.

Naturbaumsiegel is the German stamp of quality, which proves that cultivation is particularly environmentally and resource-friendly.