• Where to Buy a Real Tree + Wreaths in Hoboken and Jersey City

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    If you follow HG on Instagram, you’ll know we are totally into the holiday spirit already. That being said, it can be a daunting task to find holiday decor and Christmas trees in Hoboken {without having to get in your car}, which can definitely make you a bit Scroogey {aka stingy on the decorations}. If that’s the case, we’re sharing a few tips on where to buy a real Christmas tree in the area {+ more fun holiday tips to come}. Here’s where you can find a Christmas tree in Hoboken and Jersey City [*please note: hours and availability may vary – we recommend calling before you go as things can change seasonally or depending on supplies!]:

    Silletti Brothers {400 Willow Avenue, Hoboken}

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    Our Lady of Grace Church, right across from the Hoboken Church Square Park is chock full of holiday cheer thanks to the Silletti Brothers. Wreaths, trees, and mini trees, all for the taking. If you’re not looking to lug your tree all the way home, these guys also offer delivery. Call: 201-656-4846 to call ahead and make rezzies.

    Beethoven’s Veranda {108 10th Street, Hoboken}

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    Beethoven’s Veranda is a flower shop, but they sell a variety of holiday accents including mini trees. There, they sell plants ranging from cacti to real Christmas trees to Poinsettias. All plants are locally grown! If you’re in need of decorations, they also decorate your tree upon request.

    Cal’s Christmas Trees {corner of Monroe and Paterson, Hoboken}

    Located in St. Joseph’s Church Parking Lot, Cal’s offers wreaths, grave blankets, trees, and more. Call: 201-394-8467 or stop by to grab a tree. They’re open 9AM- 9:30PM Sun-Wednesday and 9am-10pm Thursday-Saturday.

     

    Tree Barn {538 Willow Avenue, Hoboken}

     

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    The spot of Rummage and Ruffage in Hoboken, the Holy Innocents Church transforms into a holiday wonderland thanks to the Tree Barn. Featuring hundreds of Christmas trees as well as wreaths and other holiday greens, it’s a one-stop shop for midtown Hoboken residents. Dates and availability of trees TBD!

    14th Street Garden Center {793 Jersey Ave, Jersey City}

    Known as a favorite spot for finding itty-bitty succulents and other greenery, this Jersey City spot {right near Home Depot/the Holland Tunnel} is great for those with a car who want to trek just a bit further. They’re open til 8:00PM most days, so make sure to plan to get out of work a bit early to swing by this spot and pick up your holiday goodies.

    See More: Where to Buy a Menorah in Hoboken + JC

    SOHO Flower and Garden {264 1st Street, Hoboken}

    This new-to-Hoboken flower shop will be carrying wreaths starting December 1, 2018 — so stay tuned. If it’s anything like the rest of their floral + seasonal decor, you’re in for a treat.

    St. Peter and St. Paul Lot {109 Grand Street in Paulus Hook, Jersey City}

    St. Peter and St. Paul’s Lot in Jersey City is known to sell trees for $55. Their selection is normally Fraser firs and Balsams — with several sizes {small, medium, large Christmas trees}. If you’re interested in delivery, it’s an extra $5 charge. Visit their website here.

    See More: The Hoboken Girl Holiday Market is Happening December 17th

    Bouquets and Baskets {548 Jersey Avenue, Jersey City}

    A local florist situated right off Newark Avenue in Jersey City, Bouquets and Baskets usually carries trees around the holiday season. We recommend calling ahead (201) 216-1188 to check on their current tree sitch.

     

    See More: Where to Buy Hanukkah Decor in Hoboken and Jersey City

    And those are just a few places we know of that sell *real* Christmas trees. Where do you pick up a Christmas tree {if you celebrate}? Feel free to leave a comment and add to our {ever-growing} list!


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    Jen is the founder and Editor-in-Chief of Hoboken Girl. She started the site to discover and share the wealth of things happening in Hudson County. Her roots in the area extend to her maternal grandparents, who owned two textile factories in Weehawken and North Bergen. When not planning the next Hoboken Girl event/volunteer project or editing her life away, she can usually be found shopping at local boutiques, eating an Insta-worthy meal, walking her French bulldog + rescue pup, or watching the latest murder doc on Netflix with her husband.


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