Looking for Christmas Trees? Here Are Some Popular Shops in Hong Kong

Looking for Christmas Trees? Here Are Some Popular Shops in Hong Kong

“Oh, Christmas tree, Christmas tree. How lovely are thy branches!” December comes, Christmas cannot be far behind. If you want to have a real Christmas tree at your home this year, you’d better take a look at the shop list of Christmas trees in Hong Kong below.

Christmas Tree in HK: Wah King Garden Arts

Wah King Garden Arts has been one of the largest wholesalers of plants in Hong Kong since 1983. The family-run company has over a million square metres of nursery and garden space in Hong Kong and Mainland China, propagating and growing fruit trees, herbs, seasonal plants and potted plants.

This Christmas season, Wah King Garden Arts has a limited stock of freshly delivered noble fir and wreaths priced from HK$1,080 to HK$2,680 for noble fir and HK$500 to HK$600 for wreaths.

Christmas Tree Height Price
3 – 4ft HK$1,080
4 – 5ft HK$1,580
5 – 6ft HK$1,980
6 – 7ft HK$2,560
Wreath Price
20” HK$500
24” HK$600

They have seven stores in Hong Kong: five in Mong Kok, one in Sheung Shui, and one in Sai Kung. Customers are welcome to visit their main office or main branch, or to make inquiries by calling +852 2663 0033.

Wah King Garden Arts Address
Main Office: DD217, Lot 907, Tai Chung Hau Road, Sai Kung, HK
Main Branch: G/F, 215 Sai Yee Street, Mong Kok, Kowloon
Phone: 2663 0033
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Christmas Tree in HK: Chun Hing Gardening & Landscaping

Chun Hing Gardening & Landscaping was established in 1989 with more than 30 years of professional experience in garden maintenance and Christmas tree importing. They have two types of Christmas trees: Noble Fir and Douglas Fir, from 3 to 4 feet up to 18 to 20 feet tall, with other Christmas decorations like poinsettias (red or white), wreaths, centrepieces, and others for you to decorate your house.

Christmas Tree Height Price (Noble Fir) Price (Douglas Fir)
3 – 4ft HK$1,030 -/-
4 – 5ft HK$1,500 -/-
5 – 6ft HK$1,900 HK$1,680
6 – 7ft HK$2,480 HK$1,820 (Out of Stock)
7 – 8ft HK$3,450 HK$2,590 (Out of Stock)
8 – 9ft HK$5,250 (Out of Stock) HK$3,120 (Out of Stock)
9 – 10ft HK$7,500 (Out of Stock) HK$4,290 (Out of Stock)
10 – 11ft HK$11,630 (Out of Stock) -/-
11 – 12ft HK$13,000 -/-
12 – 13ft HK$17,400 -/-
13 – 14ft HK$19,600 -/-
14 – 15ft HK$28,200 -/-
15 – 16ft HK$28,490 -/-
16 – 17ft HK$37,950 -/-
17 – 18ft HK$55,050 -/-
18 – 20ft HK$58,850 -/-

Chun Hing Gardening & Landscaping Address
Warehouse: Shui Tau Tsuen, Kam Tin, Yuen Long, N.T. (open X’mas & CNY only)
Phone: 2572 6430 / 2573 5408
WhatsApp: 9216 9788
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Christmas Tree in HK: Gift Flowers

A modern way to order a Christmas tree is to do it online. Gift Flowers is Hong Kong’s online florist offering stylish bouquets, boxed flowers and floral arrangements. Other than 6 to 9 feet of standard Noble fir Christmas trees, they also provide mini Christmas trees that are 30 cm tall and Christmas tree décor sets in different styles. The good news is they offer free delivery to all metropolitan areas including Discovery Bay.

Christmas Tree Height Price
6 – 7ft HK$1,599
6 – 7ft HK$1,899 (with Tree Stand)
7 – 8ft HK$1,999
8 – 9ft HK$2,999

Gift Flowers Address
Pick-up Location: Shop C, G/F, Hentiff Building, 160 Prince Edward Rd W, Mong Kok, Hong Kong
Phone: 2730 0885
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Christmas Tree in HK: Flower Market in Mong Kok

The well-known Flower Market is one of the most colourful places in Hong Kong. Simply walk less than 5 minutes from the Prince Edward MTR station and you will find a place with fresh flowers galore among stalls and shops. From there, you will have almost every festive item to choose from, like Christmas trees (real and artificial) and festive decorations. Sometimes you might also bargain for a better price, as it is part of their tradition.

Flower Market in Mong Kok Address
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Want a Plastic Christmas Tree? We Have Some Options

If you are looking for a Christmas tree that is durable for years and considered less harmful to the environment, a sustainable Christmas tree (also known as a plastic Christmas tree or an artificial Christmas tree) would be a good choice for you. Here are some places where you might find them.

Christmas Tree in HK: IKEA

IKEA is one of the first places that come to mind when we think of buying artificial Christmas trees. Unfortunately, all of their Christmas trees are temporarily out of stock; we hope they will be replenished soon.

Christmas Tree in HK: Garden Plus

Garden Plus is an online florist located on Lantau Island. Their customers were mainly households living on the island that had their own gardens, but now their service has all Hong Kong citizens covered. Garden Plus provides both Noble Fir Christmas trees and artificial Christmas trees. Customers may enjoy up to 30% off during their early bird sales. Spending over HK$1,000 will get you delivery for free, while citizens on Lantau Island only need to consume more than HK$500 to get the service. Visit Site

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Are Christmas Trees Harmful to the Environment?

There is always a debate over which is more harmful to the environment, the real Christmas tree or the fake one. Many might think that the real Christmas tree is more harmful at first, but that might not be the whole case.

Real Christmas trees: they do not require high levels of carbon emissions during production, and they also provide employment opportunities for farmers.

Artificial Christmas trees: the good thing about having them is that you don’t need to buy a new one every year, but they are made of plastic and they always need to be shipped somewhere, increasing carbon emissions and consuming more resources.

It seems real Christmas trees are not that bad. More importantly, they look real and they smell real. If you want to have one this year, try buying a locally grown one, as it would have a lower environmental impact.

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