(Photo courtesy Brooklyn Pine)

(Photo courtesy Brooklyn Pine)

With the Rockefeller Center tree officially on its way to the Big Apple, it’s time to order your Christmas tree online. Yep, online.

Brooklyn Pine, a new “tree pop-up market” (come to think of it, Christmas-tree markets are the original pop-ups) is now taking pre-orders for Douglas and Canaan firs. Come Nov. 15, you can pick up your tree at a lot in South Williamsburg where you’ll find “soft live music, hot cocoa, and a holiday decoration by a local artist,” according to the site.

Chad Lewine, who started the “pop-up farm” with Kush Malik, hasn’t sold trees before, but he isn’t a complete stranger to seasonal markets — the musician and website designer is also helping out with the Brooklyn market that’s coming to Soho.

“Kush stumbled upon a great tree farm, Brown’s Tree Farm in Muncy, PA and we realized there wasn’t a place to find trees on the Southside,” Lewine said of the market’s genesis. The duo is in talks with a beer sponsor and is looking for acoustic acts.

Trees range from $76 for a six-footer to $126 for a 12-footer. When you pick them up at Lorimer and Meserole, you’ll be able to pet them before you fork over the cash.