The most responsible thing to do with a live Christmas tree is plant it once the holiday passes. At least one local store is offering a...
The most responsible thing to do with a live Christmas tree is plant it once the holiday passes.
At least one local store is offering a service this year to plant the tree for you.
For $215, Seattle store One Earth One Design, with landscape design company Akina Designs, delivers one of three varieties — White Fir, Douglas Fir or Western Red Cedar — to homes in the Greater Seattle area. The tree comes in a galvanized-steel container and lasts 10 days indoors.
After the holidays, Akina will plant the tree in your yard or donate it to EarthCorps (www.earthcorps.org), a nonprofit organization that restores public spaces and parks.
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“I always like the feel and smell and ambiance of a live tree, but so many people don’t really know how to take care of a live tree,” said One Earth One Design owner Sandy Campbell. “It’s a way to have a live tree handoff.”
For more information, visit www.oneearthonedesign.com. Order trees by phone at 206-418-8120. One Earth One Design, 14300 Greenwood Ave. N., Suite A., Seattle.
Nicole Tsong: 206-464-2150 or email@example.com