First sightings of West Seattle Christmas trees

Five weeks till Christmas and the elves already have brought trees to certain corners of West Seattle. treesgraphic.jpgSpotted on an early-morning reconnaissance run: Trees at Tony’s (35th/Barton), True-Value in The Junction, and Rite-Aid on California. We also saw a sign on Harbor Ave pointing past a gate into a promised tree lot (will investigate more closely later), and of course the wildly popular Holy Rosary Tree Lot opens south of Admiral Safeway at noon Saturday. And if you want to cut your own – here’s the Pacific Northwest Tree Association guide to Washington U-Cut locations.

2 Replies to "First sightings of West Seattle Christmas trees"

  • Andy November 24, 2007 (2:57 pm)

    I went to that tree lot on Harbor Ave. They had christmas music playing and the people were really nice. They have alot of beautiful trees. I got a gorgeous 6 ft noble for a really good price. The lot is called Christmas trees on Alki and it’s in front of the RV & boat storage facility Skyline Secure Park.

  • Brad November 27, 2007 (9:07 am)

    I ran across another location. It is located on 16th Ave SW in White Center accross from the Library and next to Croft Rentals. Probably a little bit out of West Seattle but hey they had good prices, excellent trees and were very nice. Picked up a great looking 7 foot noble.

Sorry, comment time is over.