Christmas Trees

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Saturday 2 December 2017 12.55pm
Just bought a lovely 6 ft 9 Christmas tree at Flat Iron Square, 55 squid. Only choice we had last year was Borough Market, over expensive a smelled mouldy already, so well chuffed with this new seller!
Saturday 2 December 2017 2.22pm
Words fail me.

See Shoreditch cereal bar thread.
Zoe
Saturday 2 December 2017 6.08pm
I don't understand! Why is this like buying hipster cereal?
Sunday 3 December 2017 9.21am
Saw ad on to the other day - Homebase v cheap trees and £5 delivery.
Otherwise there's the shop on Gt Suffolk St., or East St market

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Sunday 3 December 2017 9.40am
Trees available at Sainsbury’s on New Kent Road.

Also at the Garden Shack at Gabriel’s Wharf.

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Sunday 3 December 2017 11.34am
I appreciate it's not quite in the spirit of things, but if you wait till the last week, many of the offices, certainly round Southwark St, dump perfectly good ones out.
Sunday 3 December 2017 1.14pm
Flat Iron Square was perfect for me because it's "round the corner". I've bought various trees over the years, from B&Q, Borough Market, Great Suffolk Street etc with various degrees of satisfaction. This year's is the best tree I've bought in a while, both in terms of price and quality. The florist on Bermondsey St. sells trees as well btw., 50 quid for a 6 ft one.
Sunday 3 December 2017 2.20pm
A place has popped up in an arch on Druid Street where I got a very nice 5 foot plenty tree for 40 quid.
Sunday 3 December 2017 3.15pm
Why not buy a rooted smaller tree and bring it in every year. I saw some 3ft ones for £12 .
There's always Columbia road market for a good choice .
Sunday 3 December 2017 3.17pm
scooter wrote:
Why not buy a rooted smaller tree and bring it in every year. I saw some 3ft ones for £12 .
There's always Columbia road market for a good choice .

Would if I had somewhere to plant it...
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