Are you feeling festive? Well you are in luck, because Lidl’s real Christmas trees are back.
The budget supermarket is selling Nordmann Fir trees for £18.99 in a decorative pot, or freshly cut for £17.99.
But this year is bigger and better as shoppers can benefit from a 6ft tree for £24.99.
And according to the retailer, their trees have strong pine needles which means less shedding to save you from vaccuuming.
Lid’s trees are sourced from the Scottish Highlands, where they have been grown in 2,000 acres of rich green woodland.
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They’re also ‘LEAF’ certified meaning they have been sustainably grown with consideration and care for the surrounding countryside and wildlife.
The trees will go on sale from Thursday, November 28 while stocks last.
Once shoppers have purchased a tree, they can find out exactly where it was grown using a special tree tracker.
Keeping with the festive theme, Lidl are also selling wreaths and festive poinsettia, so you can get all your Christmas decorations in one place.
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