This year, in line with Disneyland Paris environmental commitments, the teams in charge of the Christmas season have chosen sustainable trees to decorate this iconic season. The trees will continue to grow from one season to the next thanks to a specific process identified in collaboration with a local nursery based in Seine et Marne, the Pépinière du Val d’Yerres.
The idea of working with ‘living’ trees was born out of discussions between the teams responsible for the Christmas season, on both the Entertainment and Horticulture sides. After several years of reflection, they turned to Pépinière du Val d’Yerres, which was able to work with a specific process: an anti-bun plant container, which allows the trees to continue growing without having to be cut down. The 80 natural Christmas trees installed in the Disneyland Park this season will continue to grow at the end of the season, before returning bigger and stronger next year.
Discover more about this project with Jeanne Debost, producer of the Christmas season, and Pierre Baïssus from the Pépinière du Val d’Yerres: