Amazon is taking its live plant delivery services to a new level.
The online retailer announced that starting this November, Amazon Prime members will be able to ship a plant much bigger than those tiny succulents you’ve been eyeing. The company will branch out to offer a holiday tradition on demand: a whole, live Christmas tree directly to your doorstep, per the Associated Press.
The trees, including Douglas firs and Norfolk Island pines, will be shipped within 10 days of being chopped and delivered in a normal looking Amazon box, sans water.
It’s not cheap though. Looking for a Fraser fir? That’ll cost you about $115 for a 7-footer. Some trees will qualify for Prime free shipping, but for others you may have to cough up more cash for the convenience of never leaving your home.
Responses to the news were pretty mixed on Twitter, with folks chastising the company for infringing on good ol’ holiday traditions. Others, though, were eager to turn to Amazon for even more of their holiday shopping needs.
Now that Amazon is selling Christmas trees, I’m fully expecting all local Christmas tree guys to offer some sort of Prime-themed promotion just because.
— Matt Lindner (@RetailMatt) September 11, 2018
If you buy a Christmas tree on Amazon this year instead of supporting the people who need this seasonal job, then you’re absolute shit.
— D. (@V00D00DOLL) September 12, 2018
Starting in November Amazon can ship a live full sized Christmas tree to your door. Maybe for a little extra they can decorate, drink your milk and cookies, open up your presents and spend quality time with Aunt Sally for you too
— Michael Bennett (@BennettOnAir) September 12, 2018
Who knows? Maybe next spring, Amazon will find a way to hide your Easter eggs, too.