We found so many great ethical Christmas trees options that we just had to write another post!
You can read part 1 and then check out our second round of picks below.
Fabric Wall Sticker – Not on the Highstreet
£34, ships worldwide
If you are really short of space, or have little ones crawling around, this fabric wall sticker makes a great alternative Christmas tree. It’s made in Britain from an eco-friendly woven fabric and it can be repositioned as needed.
Pot Grown Tree – Christmas Forest
£30 to £48, ships to London. Check local garden centres for a potted tree near you
These trees are supplied in pots so they can be planted after the festive season. Unlike tree rental services these trees are not intended for return, but for the owner to plant in their own garden. Would make a lovely keepsake from baby’s first Christmas or to remember your first Christmas in a new home.
Grow Your Own Tree – Nigel’s Eco Store
£3.95, ships to UK. Contact for other destinations
Perhaps not for this year, but this would make a great gift. Inside the box are plant seeds, a compost pellet and a terracotta pot, all you need are the green fingers!
Bauble Tree – Traidcraft
£32, ships to UK
Coloured wire mesh baubles hang from an elegant stand. This set is made by Noah’s Ark in India, primarily supporting women artisans. For a more minimal but still festive decor scheme.
Tea Light Tree – Ethical Superstore
£11.85, ships to UK and Ireland
This wrought iron tea light holder is fair trade and features four tea light holders. It has a beaded star at the top and glass bead detail on the branches. This is certainly a step away from a traditional tree and would make a great centrepiece or mantel decoration.
Know any other great ethical Christmas tree options? Or have a source for potted trees in your area? Share it with us in the comments section below.