Friends of the Earth recommends olives and palms instead of a Christmas trees

NGO Friends of the Earth has recommended imported Xylella-risk olives as well as exotic palms, which recently have had issues with red palm weevil, as potted indoor Christmas tree substitutes.

by Matthew Appleby
Peter Seabrook has condemned FOE's suggestion that an Acer can be used as an indoor Christmas Tree substitute as 'stupid' - image: Pixabay
Peter Seabrook has condemned FOE's suggestion that an Acer can be used as an indoor Christmas Tree substitute as 'stupid' - image: Pixabay

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