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Top 5 Christmas tree farms?

Shopping for Christmas trees can be so much fun, but where to get the best deals and the best trees? Here are five great places we selected last year for you to shop for trees.  Check out our last  year picks, then give us your own top choices.  We're making a list and checking it twice.  This year, we're all about a sustainable plastic-free, zero-waste, all Vancouver-style Christmas.  We're gonna find out who's sustainable and nice.

Last year, we said...

 H&M Christmas tree farm: For those who like  a menu of trees to choose from, aa Christmas-like ambiance is sure to set the tone for your living room décor. Don’t forget to bring your kids along because with free hot dogs, hot cider and farm animals to pet, they’ll even help you load the tree. Speak to Mara or Hamish about what’s right for you.

 Oh Christmas Tree Farm: Seventeen acres of space, this family business has firs and spruce in their collection. A family affair waiting at this location, you will be able to get good tips from the owner Richard Davies himself.

Lots of people who visit this farm choose to cut their own trees. Saws and hot chocolate are provided. 

 TREK Outdoor and Environmental Education Program: Near Arbutus and West King Edward, last year, you could find trees starting from $14-$150 at the Prince of Wales Secondary School. 

Vancouver South Lions at the John Oliver High School: All proceeds went last year to the Lions Club International charities

 David Hunter Garden Centers:   The “cut tree” selection included firs and but this place had a bunch of cool flowers, too.

That was then.  This is now.  Watch out for this year's Christmas Tree list.  Meanwhile, give us your ideas about how to have a very green Christmas.

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