WEST SEATTLE HOLIDAYS: Christmas-tree season begins

That was the scene this morning at Trees By The Sea (2530 Alki Avenue SW), which – as noted in our daily what’s-happening list – opened today. Every year we feature Christmas-tree sellers in our Holiday Guide (which launches tonight), and they’re the first freestanding lot to open this year. Tony’s Market (35th/Barton) is setting up for its tree-selling, and Holy Rosary School‘s annual fundraiser lot opens Friday (north of the school, 41st/Dakota). We noticed West Seattle Nursery (California/Brandon) has trees already, too, and local hardware stores should have them soon if they don’t yet.

P.S. All holiday-related info is welcome for our calendar and guide – email westseattleblog@gmail.com – thank you!

3 Replies to "WEST SEATTLE HOLIDAYS: Christmas-tree season begins"

  • S.A. November 21, 2021 (3:43 pm)

    True Value in the Junction had some when we stopped by today.

  • Jethro Marx November 22, 2021 (1:56 pm)


    If you like an adventure and would rather pay $10, use your National Forest!  You can also dig one up and plant it in your yard.  If you do this in the summer you do get some pretty weird looks from passersby. 

  • Casey November 22, 2021 (4:41 pm)

    West Seattle Nursery has had trees since last week. Found a gorgeous fur there on Saturday. 

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