NALT Christmas trees ready for sale or rent

Nanaimo and Area Land Trust has the environment in mind this year with potted Christmas trees for sale or rent.

Nanaimo and Area Land Trust has the environment in mind this year with potted Christmas trees for sale or rent.

Douglas fir, Grand fir, hemlock, spruce and cedar trees are available until Dec. 23 at NALT’s Stewardship Centre, 8-140 Wallace St., Mondays through  Fridays from 10 a.m. to 5 p.m.

Trees are also available at the Natural Abundance native plant nursery, 3145 Frost Rd. in Cassidy, Wednesdays and Saturdays from 10 a.m. to 4 p.m. until Christmas.

Native seeds, native plant planters, swags and wreaths are also available.

Prices range from $10-$30, and sizes from ‘Charlie Brown’ trees to three metres tall.

Anyone who can’t make it during regular office hours can pick a tree, put their cash or cheque in an envelope found on the tree and drop it through the mail slot on the office door.

For more information, please go to or call 250-714-1990.

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