Post-holidays, the trees either resume growing at the nursery, get donated to a tree planting organization, or become a part of the Urban Reforestation Project. Most trees are available to rent in a seven-year span before they get planted, and the Living Christmas Co. even offers a "tree adoption" plan where you can pick one particular tree to be sent to your home every Christmas until it finds its permanent home.
So how much does it cost? Well, the price tag is definitely is a bit more than what you'd expect from the average Christmas tree lot. The prices run from $135 for 6'-7' tall trees to about $50 for 2'-3' ft trees (price includes delivery and pick-up).
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For more information on The Living Christmas Co, check out their website here.
(Images: The Living Christmas Co.)