Morrisons is selling MINI Christmas trees that you can post for £15 each
The tiny spruces come dusted with fake snow and cost £15 from Morrisons' online flower delivery service.
When you order online through the delivery service, you can choose to have it posted to yourself or whoever you want to gift the tree to.
They also come with a pop up plant pot and compost that you can assemble once you've received the tree – all you have to do is remove the wrap that comes around the tree roots, place it in the pot and top up with the compost.
And if you want to jazz up the tiny tree, Morrisons is offering up to 50 per cent off all of its Christmas decorations in store and online.
Waitrose is also selling a tabletop Christmas tree for a couple quid more at £17, which already comes potted.
But if the tiny tree doesn't quite cut it, Lidl is also selling real Christmas trees up to 6ft tall for under £20 in store. You can find Nordman Firs for £16.99 in a pot or freshly cut for £19.99.
Asda and Sainsbury's were found to offer the best value for money when it comes to trees, with both of their ranges costing just £10.
Meanwhile Argos is selling a "half Christmas tree" this year, but shoppers have been mocking the retailer for the unusual design.
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