We’ve detailed where you can cut down a Christmas tree in Massachusetts, but let’s face it, some of us (ahem, me) are just too lazy to trek out into the open wilderness to chop down a pine ourselves. If heading around the corner to your neighborhood Christmas tree supplier is more your style, we’ve pulled together a list of Christmas tree lots in and around Boston where you can find the perfect spruce to spruce up your apartment this holiday. From Brookline to Cambridge to Dorchester, here are 10 places where you can find a Christmas tree in the Boston area.
259 Allandale Road
Technically in Brookline, “Boston’s last working farm” has a large selection of fresh-cut Christmas trees, ornaments, seasonal produce and pies.
Arlington Boys & Girls Club
60 Pond Ln
The Arlington Boys & Girls Club sells trees daily from 9 a.m. to 8 p.m.
Buy Christmas trees and wreaths at the Berkeley Community Garden.
Bonny’s Garden Center
41 Bay State Rd
Large selection of trees at reasonable prices, but bring cash – they don’t accept credit cards.
Boston Christmas Trees
22 Harvard Ave
Veteran-owned and operated, Boston Christmas Trees donates a portion of proceeds to Christmas in the City, a non-profit that gives gifts to homeless children in Boston. They are currently running a Zipcar special for those of you who don’t have a car.
Joseph’s Limousine & Transportation
261 Mystic Ave.
These guys have been selling premium Christmas trees from Quebec, Nova Scotia and North Carolina since 1985.
Lambert’s Rainbow Fruit
777 Morrissey Blvd
Lambert’s allows you to order online and get trees delivered straight to your door for a $25 fee.
McKay’s Christmas Trees
360 N Beacon Street
Along with trees, you can find all your Christmas needs here including wreaths, bows, tree stands and lights.
Ricky’s Flower Market
238 Washington Street
Ricky’s in Union Square boasts 100’s of fresh-cut trees ranging in size, as well as poinsettia, wreaths, garland and mistletoe. I got my Christmas tree here a few years ago, and it was lovely.
161 Charles St
Yes, it’s a liquor store. Yes, I’ve gotten my Christmas trees here the past two years. And yes, they’re pretty. Don’t judge!