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12 places to get a Christmas tree in Toronto

Christmas trees in Toronto are now on sale across the city as the holiday is quickly approaching. The city already feels pretty festive, what with the Canada's largest Christmas tree now on display in the Eaton Centre, so the time is right to get your own.

Here are some places to get a Christmas tree in Toronto.


Beyond producing furniture put together only by an allen key, this Swedish chain with locations in North York, Etobicoke and Vaughan has arguably the best Christmas tree deal around. Buy a tree for only $25 and receive a coupon to the store. You can celebrate with meatballs!

Fiesta Farms

Everything from tiny two foot Charlie Brown-esque Christmas trees to huge 14-foot mega trees is available at this lot north of Christie Pits. The grocer offers a variety of tree types and will also deliver and install your tree for you.

St. Lawrence Market

Christmas trees as well as mistletoe, holly and wreaths are available starting the last week of November at the St. Lawrence Market from Jeff the Christmas Tree Guy. Jeff has been selling trees at the market for more than 25 years and is open for business until December 24.

Dufferin Mall Parking Lot

The best thing about this tree lot is its location. It's a central place for folks on the west side and the parking is plentiful. Opening November 24, Christmas Trees by Lou Miceli carries about a thousand trees, so finding the perfect one won't be trouble at all.

Sheridan Nurseries

There's a wide variety of types of trees to choose from here to ensure you have the right tree for your Christmas presents to sit under. From table top cuties to 12 foot beasts, there's a fresh cut tree ready to be taken home. They also carry theme trees for purchase. 

The Real Tree

While they're located on Danforth East, The Real Tree is the ultimate online source for Christmas trees in Toronto. They sell organic, fresh cut, Canadian Balsam Fir Christmas trees and delive within the GTA. Pre-order and delivery will be available from November 25 until December 23.

Evergreen Garden Market

There are thousands of Christmas trees at the this garden market in the Brick Works. This year they have three species of sustainably harvested Christmas trees from Somverille Nurseries. Sizes range from 2.5 feet all the way up to 14 feet.

Lions Christmas Tree Lot at Woodbine Beach

This big ol’ Christmas tree sale used to happen at Kew Gardens Park but can now be found at Woodbine Park where there’s free parking. It's one of the largest independent tree lots in North America and trees range vary in price depending on size. They open November 29.

Davenport Garden Centre

At the corner of Davenport and Dupont, this store really gets in the holiday spirit with wreaths and other decorations along with a well-stocked backlot of Christmas trees available in a variety of types and sizes, though pricing tends to be on the luxury side of the spectrum.

East End Garden Centre

Leslieville and Beaches residents can shop for Balsam and Fraser Firs, Scotch Pine and Kris Kringle trees at this garden centre on Queen East. There's also plenty of wreaths, wooden deer, and other seasonal decor.

Tom's Dairy Freeze

This popular Toronto fan-favourite sells soft serve and other cold treats most of the year, but winter arrives, it converts to a full Christmas tree extravaganza. Situated on the Queensway, Tom's has various sizes and shapes for your holiday pleasure.

The Beech

It might sound strange to say you're going to the beach to buy a tree, but this is actually a beautiful plant nursery in the Port Lands. The wonderful staff here can help you pick out the perfect tree, under which you can store all your presents.  

Lead photo by

Hector Vasquez. With files from Jaclyn Skrobacky and Mallory Warren.

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