The Living Tree Project

1. Get a potted Christmas tree. (Make sure it’s native to the area!)
2. Find a fresh spot in the house. Make it look pretty!
3. Water a from time to time and enjoy it’s company.
4. When the holidays are over, bring your tree outside. You could make Planting Day a new family tradition!
5. Watch the planet getting greener with every Christmas that passes!
The Living Tree Project

1. Get a potted Christmas tree. (Make sure it’s native to the area!)
2. Find a fresh spot in the house. Make it look pretty!
3. Water a from time to time and enjoy it’s company.
4. When the holidays are over, bring your tree outside. You could make Planting Day a new family tradition!
5. Watch the planet getting greener with every Christmas that passes!

Some helpful links:


SHERIDAN NURSERIES, LOCATION FINDER

Find a living tree.

SHERIDAN NURSERIES, TREE TYPES

Research the appropriate type of tree.

SHERIDAN NURSERIES, TREE CARE

How to care for your living tree.

PINE NEEDLE FARMS

Another live Tree Resource

L E A F
LEAF is a non-profit organization dedicated to the protection and enhancement of the urban forest.

ONE MILLION TREE CHALLENGE
A reforesting iniatiative in London Ontario.  Some great information on care and planting.

ONTARIO TREE ATLAS
Learn which trees are native to Ontario and the best species to plant where you live.




Artwork from Previous Years

 

Buy a Living Tree for Christmas, Plant it in the Spring

Buy a Living Tree for Christmas, Plant it in the Spring

Buy a Living Tree for Christmas, Plant it in the Spring