Where To Find Us

Were located just outside Ballincollig in Currabeg Ovens. Access to our farm is through the old J Woods Tile factory. Were only 1km from EMC, Inniscarra and Ballincollig rugby club.


Open every weekend from the 20th of November;

  • Saturday: 9 am – 4.30 pm
  • Sunday: 11 am – 4.30 pm

Cork Christmas Tree Farm - Ovens

Currabeg, Ovens

5.0 16 reviews

  • Avatar Jennifer B. ★★★★★ 10 months ago
    Had a wonderful experience picking out our Christmas tree here on Sunday! The farm is huge and they have a brilliant variety of trees of all sizes. Very … More reasonable prices too. Bring your wellies if it has rained recently as things can get muddy! Overall a great experience, will be back next year!
  • Avatar Denis O Rourke ★★★★★ 10 months ago
    🌲This amazing Christmas tree farm is located in a beautiful valley on the banks of the Lee. It's so delightful to wander through the trees and find … More the perfect one. Fintan looks after all his trees with lots of TLC and his gorgeous Shropshire sheep live amongst the trees and keep the weeds away.
    A great experience for all the family to enjoy🌲
  • Avatar Monica Ambrose ★★★★★ 10 months ago
    This is my second time buying a tree from Cork Christmas Trees. Fintan was excellent to deal with. The selection of trees was fantastic. They had lots … More of options with heights & widths etc. A really professional experience. I would recommend buying from them.
  • Avatar Mick Coughlan ★★★★★ 10 months ago
    Many thanks Fintan & Fintan. Great Christmas Trees and Service.
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Absorb carbon dioxide and other gases thus emitting fresh oxygen


Our Cork Christmas trees are renewable and recycable.


Provide refuge for wildlife.

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Frequently Asked Questions

How long before Christmas should you buy a real Christmas tree?

The best time to buy a Christmas tree is between 4th - 10th December. This is when sellers will have a full stock of supply. You won't need to worry about stock level as our farm has a huge supply all the way up to Christmas eve. The official day to buy a Christmas tree in Cork is the 8th of December (farmers day).

The other factor to take into consideration is your house temperature and how large the space is. Don't buy too early if your tree is going to be in a very warm room.

What Sizes Do You Grow?

We grow and sell all sizes from 3ft all the way up to 30ft. When you take a trip to our farm you will get to explore all sizes from small to giant Christmas trees.

What Species Do You Grow?

We grow and sell a wide range of species including;

  1. Noble Fir
  2. Nordmann fir
  3. Lasiocarpa
  4. Korean Fir
  5. Spruce
  6. Fraser Fir
How do I prolong the life of my Christmas tree?

The best way to prolong the life of your Christmas tree is by keeping it in a water stand. Make sure that the base of the trunk is submerged in the water and top up regularly. Before you bring your tree into your house, slice an inch off the truck which will help absorb water. Also ensure not to place directly near sunlight or heating source. We supply free tree food sachets on request that will help keep your tree fresh for longer.

Does 7UP help Christmas trees?

Yes, the sugar in 7up is known to work by many sources. We also supply free tree food sachets on request.

How Long Does A christmas Tree Take To Grow In Ireland?

In Ireland Christmas trees generally take 7-8 years once planted in soil. It is worth noting before planting the saplings will spend up to 4 years in a nursery, so this takes up to 12 years to grow a Christmas tree from seed. Other factors will determine the time it takes such as altitude, soil type etc.