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Where To Buy Christmas Trees In Hong Kong

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Whether you prefer fake or fir, here’s where to order your Christmas tree in Hong Kong. Shop online for a real tree that includes delivery, get in early for your IKEA Christmas tree or choose an eco-friendly reusable tree that will stand the test of time.

After the chaos of Christmas 2020, Hong Kong families are firming up their Christmas plans early this year. Step 1 – order that Christmas tree! Our secret elves have told us that Christmas trees in Hong Kong are going to be in short supply. With shipping delays (thanks COVID!) and untimely forest fires affecting supply, if you are wanting a real Christmas tree to bring the festive spirit to your home, you’d better place your order early!

Editor’s Note – Availability of Christmas trees is accurate as of Wednesday, 24 November. Christmas trees are selling out incredibly fast so please check with the individual retailers. 

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Real Christmas Trees In Hong Kong

Anglo Chinese Florist – Limited stock, earliest delivery 13, December 2021

Walk past this Lyndhurst Terrace florist anytime from late November and you’ll be hit with the fresh pine smells of Christmas! As one of the most trusted and reliable plant and Christmas tree suppliers in Hong Kong, you’ll find quality Christmas trees, wreaths and lights from around $900 to $3,600. There are also delivery and removal services for your tree and it even stocks a watering kit so you don’t have to move the kids presents as you water.

Anglo Chinese Florist (Central), 13 Lyndhurst Terrace, Central, Hong Kong, WhatsApp: 6238 88232921 2986, [email protected], www.anglochinese.com


Brighten Floriculture

A trip to the Flower Market at Christmas time makes for a great festive outing. While you’re there, stop by Brighten Floriculture to pick up a miniature Christmas tree, wreaths, Christmas lights and more. Maybe a festive poinsettia would be a nice touch or, pick out a few Christmas gnomes to take home with you – they make for an adorable holiday decoration!

Brighten Floriculture, 18 Flower Market Road, Mong Kok, Hong Kong, www.brighten.hk

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Christmas Tree Hong Kong – SOLD OUT

Christmas Tree Hong Kong is all about offering reasonably priced Christmas trees to Hong Kong families. Having ties with a Christmas tree centre in Germany, the brand vows to “save Christmas” by stocking large premium Nordmann firs for as little as $750! If you’re on the lookout for tree accessories, Christmas Tree Hong Kong also offers Christmas tree stands for $175 as well as Christmas lights. It’s a great value one-stop shop for all your decorating needs this festive season!

Christmas Tree Hong Kong, [email protected]www.christmastree.hk


Chun Hing Garden – Only very large 9 to 10ft and 18 to 20ft Christmas trees still available

Order your Christmas tree online, or take the kids out to visit the Chun Hing Garden warehouse in Yuen Long. This family-run business is now taking Christmas tree orders for Hong Kong deliveries starting in late November. It specialises in Noble Firs and Douglas Firs (all imported from US Top-Tier Plantations) and has a range of styles. It’s an environmentally conscious company –  all of the Christmas trees it collects are recycled, helping you to have an even greener Christmas this year! You’ll also find seasonal decorations like poinsettias, Christmas wreaths, festive table centrepieces and more. Plus, did we mention they offer home delivery?

Chun Hing Garden, Yuen Long, Kam Tin, Shui Tau Tsuen, New Territories, Hong Kong, WhatsApp: 9216 97882572 6430[email protected], www.chunhinggarden.com

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Ellermann Flower Boutique – Christmas wreaths available

Ok, so you might not immediately think of the sophisticated Ellermann when you’re on the hunt for a big, bushy Christmas tree for the family home, but it’s worth stopping by to browse the stunning Christmas wreaths and festive floral arrangements. It’s one of our favourite florists in Hong Kong and stocks the creme de la creme of flowers, so if you’re looking for the highest quality, then treat yourself to its lush Christmas offerings.

Ellermann Flower Boutique, Shop 109, Level One, Landmark Atrium, 15 Queens Road Central, Central, Hong Kong, [email protected], www.ellermanndesign.com 


Florist Paradise Limited – SOLD OUT

Florist Paradise is your go-to for wholesale Christmas trees and poinsettias. Its Nobel firs come in six different sizes and it offers delivery as well as Christmas tree disposal and recycling services. Its website is all in Chinese but click here for its 2021 Christmas tree order form.

Florist Paradise Limited, 65 Kau Liu Ha, Lam Tsuen, Tai Po, New Territories, Hong Kong, 2677 9828, [email protected], www.fpgreening.com


Flower Market

While Brighten Floriculture deserves a special mention (listed above), the Flower Market has plenty of other options. Spend hours walking around looking at Christmas trees (real and artificial), festive decorations, holiday plants and more. Prices are more reasonable than some places on the island and it’s a day out in itself!

Flower Market, Flower Market Road, Mongkok, Hong Kong, www.flower-market.hk


IKEA

Good old IKEA, love it or hate it, you can rely on it to provide you with plenty of Christmas cheer. Choose from either a 4’ to 5’ or 6’ to 7’ real Scandinavian Fir IKEA Christmas tree (which are grown in sustainable eco-environments), all at well under $1,000. We’re also fans of the affordable artificial IKEA Christmas trees that start from $299.

Ikea, various locations across Hong Kong, www.ikea.com

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Keren’s Garden – not selling Christmas trees this year

This locally-owned business just announced that it will not sell Christmas trees this year for personal reasons. You can continue to buy house plants, fruit trees and orchids here and we hope Keren’s Garden will be back to supplying Christmas trees next year.

Keren’s Garden, WhatsApp: 9668 7736, [email protected], www.kerensgarden.com


P&F Garden – Limited stock of 6 to 7 ft Christmas trees

Selling Christmas trees and poinsettias, plus all sorts of other festive plants and flowers, this local nursery has many years’ experience in the gardening game.

P&F Garden, G/F, Block I & J, Scenic Villa, 18-20 Scenic Villa Drive, Pok Fu Lam, Hong Kong, 2812 0948, www.pnfgarden.iyp.hk


Sophie’s Christmas Trees – SOLD OUT

Sophie’s guarantees that you and your family will have only the best this Christmas. Sourcing its Christmas trees of Oregon in the USA, it also has Christmas wreaths and poinsettias. It won’t take you long before you have everything you need to get your house ready for the festivities!

Sophie’s Christmas Trees, 42E, Ha Pun Shan, Ma On Shan Road, Ma On Shan, New Territories, Hong Kong, www.sophieshk.com


van der Bloom – Table trees and wreaths

This boutique florist offers a range of Nobel Fir Christmas trees which can last for up to one month. While this year’s catalogue isn’t out yet, be sure to check out its Facebook page for any updates (its trees run out pretty quickly).

van der Bloom (Soho), G/F, 61 Hollywood Road, Central, Hong Kong, 5505 1661

van der Bloom (Tai Hang), 1/F, Little Tai Hang, The Garden House, 15A Lin Fa Kung Street East, Tai Hang, Hong Kong, 6513 5723, i[email protected], www.vanderbloom.com.hk


Xmastreeonline.hk – SOLD OUT

Want to save time and avoid carrying a tree on your back up the HK hills? Order online from xmastreeonline.hk and get your Christmas tree delivered straight to your door; it also offers a removal service. All its Christmas trees are sourced from one of the most environmentally responsible farms in the US, guaranteeing you quality and authenticity.

Xmastreeonline.hk, [email protected], www.xmastreeonline.hk

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Artificial Christmas Trees In Hong Kong

DaSilva’s Creations

As the company behind some of the city’s most spectacular Christmas displays, you can be assured of something special with DaSilva Creations. It offers Christmas trees, wreaths and even table settings, in five themes ranging from a classic, festive red and gold to more contemporary silver and purple. All of the Christmas trees come beautifully decorated with ornaments, textured ribbons, bead garlands, crystals, a star topper and warm, white LED lights. Contact DaSilva’s directly for a quote.

DaSilva’s Creations, 2792 7910, [email protected], www.dasilvacreations.com


Indigo Living

Choose from a mini 60cm Christmas tree, up to a family-sized 210cm Noble Pine Christmas tree at Indigo Living. The store is now taking pre-orders for its 2021 stock and you can also pick up your Christmas wreaths, tree toppers and skirts.

Indigo Living, various locations across Hong Kong, 2850 59556730 5004, [email protected], www.indigo-living.com


Japan Home Centre

A great choice if you are looking for artificial trees to avoid any mess and hassle (and that you can reuse every year). Prices are super low and decorations are plentiful.

Japan Home Centre, various locations across Hong Kong, www.japanhome.com.hk


Oncor Recycled Christmas Trees

Looking for a Christmas tree you can bring out year after year? Oncor Recycled Christmas Trees are a safe bet. It has trees ranging from 3 to 12 feet tall in all sorts of styles (Alaskan, Norwegian and many more!). All Christmas trees are made using recycled PVC plastic and designed for reuse.

Oncor Recycled Christmas Trees, [email protected], www.oncortrees.hk

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Disposing And Recycling Christmas Trees In Hong Kong

Disposing Christmas trees can be exhausting, so while deciding between the Douglas Fir and Virginia Pine, it might be a good idea to starting planning how to do away with your tree after the festive season.

If you want to opt for an environmentally friendly disposal option, check out some of these recycling options below. Many florists also offer disposal and recycling services at an additional cost, so don’t forget to tick the extra box when completing your order form.

Natural Christmas Trees Recycling Service

Nothing says “Christmas” like giving back to those in need, so why not take this opportunity to show the environment some love? Organised by the Hong Kong Environmental Protection Department, its Christmas Tree Recycling Service allows tree-owners to deliver unwanted Christmas trees to various collection points in Hong Kong for recycling.

While this year’s recycling schedule is not available yet, the service is usually offered for three to four days in early January. So definitely keep an eye out for further updates on the official website!

Sassy Mama Tip: Only natural Christmas trees are allowed, so don’t try to sneak your plastic Christmas tree in there!

Community Green Stations, various recycling points across Hong Kong, www.wastereduction.gov.hk


EcoPark

As Hong Kong’s first recycling business park, EcoPark aims to provide long-term usable land at an affordable cost through recycling. Apart from food waste and rubber tyres, you can contribute to the environment by recycling your natural Christmas tree at its biomass section.

While you’re on-site, you may also want to check out its visitor centre, or take a quick guided tour to learn more about waste management and waste reduction!

EcoPark, 133 Lung Mun Road, Tuen Mun Area 38, New Territories, Hong Kong, 2496 7633, [email protected]www.ecopark.com.hk

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Editor’s Note: This post was originally written in November 2016 and was most recently updated by Jess Mizzi on 6, October 2021.

Main image courtesy of Getty, image 1 courtesy of Any Lane from Pexels, image 2 courtesy of Irina Iriser via Pexels, image 3 courtesy of Xmastree Online via Facebook, image 4 courtesy of Indigo Living via Facebook, image 5 courtesy of Getty.

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