It's Yorkshire's largest Christmas tree plantation, with over half a million Nordmann firs for sale.
Here's all you need to know about the Christmas tree shop at Stockeld Park near Wetherby:-
When does it open?
Christmas trees grown on the 250-acre plantation go on sale today - that's November 29.
When does it close for the season?
What are the opening hours?
What sizes of tree can I buy?
Specimens range from 4ft to 12ft, with plenty in between!
What type of trees are sold?
The Stockeld plantation specialises in Nordmann firs, a non-needle-drop variety
How much do they cost?
Prices depend on the size of the tree
Can I buy accessories?
Tree stands and LED lights are also on sale
Do I have to pay to get in?
Although the estate has many other attractions that charge an entry fee, the plantation itself is free to access and parking is available
What other activities are available?
The Stockeld estate is well worth a visit over Christmas and there's lots for the family to do. This year there's a covered ice rink, Enchanted Forest with illuminations, Nordic ski trail, illuminated maze and Santa's grotto. Charges apply.