Trees for Halton Hills is selling young Living Christmas Trees to help our non-profit cause. You can celebrate Christmas with a cute Spruce or Red Cedar either inside or on the balcony or porch. Then, in the spring, plant it and watch it grow. We include a card with overwintering and planting instructions to show you how to care for your young tree.
The trees are available for sale to residents of Halton Hills - Georgetown, Acton, Glen Williams, Norval and the rural areas close by. (Since we are delivering to your porch, our volunteer drivers can't go too far afield.)
Idea - A friend or family member living in an apartment will cherish this green Christmas treat. Just add a bit of water as you would any growing plant.
White Spruce is a hardy conifer with short needles which remain all winter. It has a traditional Christmas tree shape.
Living spruce trees approximately 36" tall are planted in a two gallon pot with plastic lining and wrapped in gold or green Christmas fabric. A bright bow, shiny ball and hand painted pine cone will brighten the porch or even inside decor. $35
Eastern Red Cedar (mini)
Eastern White Cedar, also known as Juniper, are hardy evergreens which grow in most settings and are a favourite habitat for birds.
These mini trees, about 12"-18" tall, are dressed in a linen bag or buffalo fabric wrap with added bow and ball. A perfect gift for someone with a small space for the cheer of a living Christmas tree. $22
Eastern Red Cedar
An Eastern Red Cedar, also known as a Juniper with its blue green tint will attract birds and beautify the property all year long.
The young tree, approximately 36" tall, is planted in a two gallon pot, has a plastic lining and is wrapped in festive plaid fabric. A linen bow, bright ball and hand crafted message will bring Christmas delight. $35.
Why Green the Hills?
Trees have Super Powers! They moderate the temperature and provide shade relief on those increasingly hot summer days; help the ground absorb water during rain storms; buffer the windy weather that is more frequent; provide habitat for the birds and bees; absorb carbon; provide food and beautify our landscapes!