A popular garden centre has sold all of its Christmas trees with two weeks left until Christmas.

Davies Brothers Nursery in Burnham is a hit with locals who travel from far and wide to get their Scottish Highlands grown Christmas trees.

Last year the nursery provided the all important Christmas centre piece to an estimated 2,000 households - with the nursery closing on December 18.

This year Davis Brother Nursery announced on Tuesday, December 12 that it had sold out of trees.

They said: "All of our beautiful trees have found a home, which means the Christmas season at Davies Brothers has now come to an end and the Nursery is closed.

"We would like to take this opportunity to thank you for your support during 2023 and we look forward to seeing you when we reopen on March 29."

Davies Brothers Nursery has been a long standing business in the area, having first opened its doors in 1995, it has provided seasonal plants to the area ever since.

Last year Rob Davies revealed the nursery's Christmas trees are hand selected in the summer before being cut as late in the year as possible for transportation and sale.

This year Rob feels people were buying their Christmas trees earlier.

"We probably sold 2,400 Christmas trees this year. The number [of people buying trees] is probably growing," Rob said.

"I think more people have had a real tree this year, but more people have stopped selling them locally this year."

Rob also feels the weather can influence buyers, with the garden centre protected from the elements with covers. 

The Burnham nursery has also run a Santa's Grotto in the run-up to Christmas, raising £3,000 for Thames Hospice with an "over-subscribed" six day event which the nursery plans to extend for next year.