Whether you’re after the fresh pine smell of a real fir tree, an affordable IKEA Christmas tree, an eco-friendly artificial tree or a small Christmas tree — here’s where to buy a Christmas tree in Hong Kong!
It’s never too soon to start preparing for the holidays! Christmas is coming and we all know what that means: presents, Champagne, parties and Christmas trees — be it plastic or a fragrant fir. We know how hard it can be so we’ve put together a handy list of the best places to buy a Christmas tree in Hong Kong. We’ve also included some helpful tips and tricks on how to dispose of your Christmas tree after the holidays. Here’s to the most stress-free Christmas yet.
Gift Flowers HK Christmas Shop — Grade A Noble Fir Christmas trees from the United States plus pre-decorated mini trees, wreaths and more with free delivery to Hong Kong
Promising the most competitively priced Noble Fir Christmas trees in Hong Kong (starting at $1,759), look to Gift Flowers HK’s Christmas shop for your holiday tree this festive season, with grade A Noble Fir Christmas trees directly imported from the United States ranging from 5 to 9 feet. Plus, mini trees (including pre-decorated options, perfect for smaller homes!) and wreaths starting from $599. We especially like the DIY decoration kits here, which feature silver, gold, burgundy and more decor colours. Did we mention the free delivery, right to your door?
Sassy Tip: Ask Gift Flowers HK about its tree recycling services!
Use the code JINGLEMYTREE to get 10% off on orders made before Thursday, 30 November 2023
Grace & Favour HK – Decorated mini Noble Fir Christmas trees
Named Hong Kong’s Best Luxury Florist (Asia’s Most Valuable Brand Awards), Grace & Favour HK is the go-to for upmarket brands, celebrities and anyone looking for quality-guaranteed flora and fauna. Its beautifully decorated mini Noble Fir Christmas trees are imported directly from Denmark and Belgium and come in either 30cm or 60cm (perfectly compact!). While you’re at it, you can also shop for matching festive table arrangements and wreaths! Grace & Favour offers same-day delivery and free delivery for those on Hong Kong Island and Kowloon.
Use code GNFXMAS to get 10% off the Christmas Delights Collection. Valid until Sunday, 17 December, 2023. Shop online or at its boutiques (keep your eyes peeled for the Sai Ying Pun location opening soon).
Grace & Favour HK, Shop J, 2 Star Street, Wan Chai, Hong Kong, 9614 0037
Grace & Favour HK, Shop B209, K11 MUSEA, Tsim Sha Tsui, Kowloon, Hong Kong, 5921 0706, Instagram: @graceandfavourhk, graceandfavourhk.com
Anglo Chinese Florist – Christmas trees and wreaths with a range of prices
Anglo Chinese Florist is one of the most trusted and reliable plant and Christmas tree suppliers in Hong Kong. Prices start at $1,302, with both delivery and removal services for your tree available. Anglo Chinese also stocks Christmas wreaths and lights, as well as watering kits so you can set and forget.
Chun Hing Garden – Mostly stocks large Noble Fir and Douglas Fir Christmas trees
Chun Hing Garden is a family-run business with over 20 years of experience. Christmas tree-wise, it specialises in sourcing Noble Firs and Douglas Firs (all imported from top-tier plantations in the US) and has a range of styles within each variety. An environmentally-conscious company, all the Christmas trees collected are recycled, helping you to have an even greener Christmas this year!
Xmastree Online – Stocks Noble Firs and Douglas Firs
Order with Xmastree Online and get your Christmas tree delivered straight to your door! The site even offers a removal service to help with the clean-up after the festive season ends. All Xmastree Online trees are sourced from one of the most environmentally responsible farms in the US, guaranteeing you quality and authenticity, and you’ll also find rarer options such as the Nordmann Fir, as well as the popular Noble and Douglas Firs.
Xmastree Online, xmastree.online
Christmas Tree Hong Kong – Large premium Nordmann firs and tree accessories
Christmas Tree Hong Kong is all about reasonably priced Christmas trees (starting at $750). Having ties to a Christmas tree centre in Germany, it stocks large premium Nordmann firs as well as tree accessories. Christmas Tree Hong Kong is a great value one-stop shop for all your festive decorating needs!
Christmas Tree Hong Kong, christmastreehongkong.com
IKEA – Sustainably grown Scandinavian Firs and more
IKEA Christmas trees are a true affordable gem and, as a bonus, you can also rely on them for any additional Christmas decorating needs. Choose from its real Scandinavian Fir IKEA Christmas trees ($1,000 for a 4-5 ft. tree or $1,300 for 6-7 ft., including delivery and a stand) or opt for an artificial tree for as little as $299. The real Christmas trees can’t be ordered online and do tend to sell out, so you’ll need to head to your closest IKEA store.
Brighten Floriculture – Small Christmas trees and poinsettias
Brighten Floriculture is the shop to visit at the Flower Market — and it’s especially festive at Christmas time. If you don’t have much room in your Hong Kong apartment, one of its miniature potted Christmas trees is just what you need! The poinsettias would also add a nice festive touch to your flat. While you’re there, pick out a few Christmas gnomes to take home with you, they make for super adorable holiday decorations.
Brighten Floriculture, 18 Flower Market Road, Mong Kok, Kowloon, Hong Kong, www.brighten.hk
Florist Paradise Limited – Wholesale Christmas trees and poinsettias
From the 10-foot Noble Fir Christmas tree to the classic poinsettia, Florist Paradise is your go-to for wholesale Christmas trees and plants. Located in the New Territories, it specialises in sourcing Nobel Firs that come in six different sizes. There are also disposal and recycling services here at an additional cost.
DaSilva’s Creations – Wholesale artificial Christmas trees, table linen and tablescaping
Achieve the “wow” factor is easy with DaSilva’s Creations’ Christmas trees and wreaths! With different themes available, ranging from traditional to contemporary, all of the trees come beautifully decorated with ornaments, textured ribbons, bead garlands, crystals, a star topper and warm, white LED lights. Contact DaSilva’s Creations directly for a quote.
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P&F Garden – Christmas wreaths, Christmas trees and poinsettias
Selling Christmas trees and poinsettias, plus all sorts of other festive plants and flowers, this local nursery has many years of experience in the gardening game. Christmas trees of different sizes are available.
Sophie’s Christmas Trees – Quality Christmas trees, wreaths, poinsettias and Christmas decorations
With over 20 years of experience in the field, Sophie’s guarantees you a tree of the highest quality (with trees sourced from Oregon in the US). You’ll find wreaths, poinsettias and three different types of Christmas trees here, so it won’t take long to find everything you need to get your house holiday-ready! The website is currently under renovation but will open for Christmas tree orders around mid-October.
Sophie’s Christmas Trees, 42E Ha Pun Shan, Ma On Shan Road, Ma On Shan, New Territories, Hong Kong, www.sophieshk.com
Flower Market – Affordable Christmas trees but may not have delivery options; visit during November and December
Spend hours browsing through the selection of real and artificial Christmas trees, festive decorations, holiday plants and more at the Flower Market. Prices are more affordable than most places on the island, and it’s a fun day out in itself.
Flower Market, Flower Market Road, Mong Kok, Kowloon, Hong Kong, www.flower-market.hk
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Ellermann Flower Boutique – Christmas trees with a sophisticated touch
You might not immediately think of the sophisticated Ellermann when you’re on the hunt for a big, bushy Christmas tree but this pick is worth a visit simply for its collection of stunning wreaths and festive floral arrangements. We’ll be treating ourselves to a mini tree for our office desk!
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Oncor Recycled Christmas Trees – Trees made using recycled PVC plastic
Oncor is one of your best bets for an artificial Christmas tree in Hong Kong. It has trees ranging in size, from three feet tall to a whopping 12 feet, in any style you could imagine. We also love the brand’s focus on sustainability, using recycled PVC plastic and taking into consideration packing materials and the longevity of its products.
Oncor Recycled Christmas Trees, www.oncortrees.hk
Royal Christmas – LED Christmas trees to light up any space
With several different collections on offer, Royal Christmas takes a corporate approach and sells to businesses only. If your office is in desperate need of Christmas spirit — get in touch!
Where To Dispose Or Recycle Your Christmas Tree In Hong Kong
Getting rid of your Christmas trees can be quite a chore. While you’re mulling over the choice between a Douglas Fir and a Virginia Pine, it’s wise to start planning how to dispose of your tree once the festive season wraps up.
For those who lean towards eco-friendly disposal options, consider these:
- Community Green Stations: These stations dot various locations across Hong Kong, offering a convenient way to recycle your unwanted Christmas trees. Keep in mind that only natural trees are accepted, so don’t even think about sneaking in that plastic one! www.wastereduction.gov.hk
- EcoPark: Hong Kong’s inaugural recycling business park boasts a biomass section where you can drop off your natural Christmas tree. While you’re there, make it a family outing and explore the engaging Visitor’s Centre with the kids. www.ecopark.com.hk
Additionally, many local florists and Christmas tree delivery services in Hong Kong offer disposal and recycling services for a nominal fee. Don’t overlook this convenient option; simply check the extra box when you’re filling out your order form.
Editor’s Note: “Where To Buy And Recycle Your Christmas Tree In Hong Kong” was most recently updated by Team Sassy in November 2023.
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