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Greener holidays: “Christmas tree in a plant pot”

Submitted on Thursday, 11 December 2008No Comment
Greener holidays: “Christmas tree in a plant pot”

Christmas is getting closer! The time for Christmas decorations, gifts, and of course, the prettiest Christmas tree we can find at the shops… It is time however, to think what happens with all these little trees and the miserable sight they become after a while.

Similar to last year, the initiative “Christmas tree in a plant pot” has begun. All owners of planted Christmas trees can sign in to participate in the campaign at the WWF website or by writing an e-mail to kampania@wwfdcp.bg. In early April 2009, an organized planting of the Christmas tree in the Nature park Vitosha, will take place – near the Dendrarium.

Anyone that wants a planted Christmas tree, WWF Bulgaria recommends buying one from the seed gardens in Sofia. Their price varies on their height: usually between 10 and 15 leva. The Christmas Biobazaar at the Business Park Sofia also offers planted Christmas trees in the price range of 7 – 10 leva.

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