Mother Nature is a common personification of nature that focuses on the life-giving and nurturing aspects of nature, who has managed to appear as a character in a few Christmas productions.
The Year Without a Santa Claus
Mother Nature is most notably featured as the mother of Snow Miser and Heat Miser in the Rankin/Bass special The Year Without A Santa Claus. (Like Heat Miser and Snow Miser, she does not appear in the original poem that the special is based on.) In the special, she administers her duties from an isolated island-like location among the clouds where she serves tea to visitors and keeps forest animals as company. She is shown to possess great power illustrated in the form of physical displacement transportation by way of lightning, to the point that her very name strikes fear and awe into the hearts of those who know of her. Mrs. Claus comes to visit Mother Nature during the special in order to get her help settling a dispute between Heat Miser and Snow Miser concerning the weather in Southtown for Christmas.
This version of Mother Nature reappears with a new design in the sequel, A Miser Brothers' Christmas, in which she is also shown to be the mother of Earthquake, Thunder and Lightning, the Tides, and the special's villain, North Wind. In the special, Mother Nature tells Heat Miser and Snow Miser that they must take over for Santa after a sled accident. Unbeknownnst to her, the accident was caused by North Wind, who attempts to take down Santa so he can take over Christmas, even if it mean manipulating his miserly brothers to fight each other. Eventually, after the Miser brothers stop North Wind in his plans, Mother Nature, arriving in time, assures everyone that North Wind will be doing household chores for the next several thousand years as punishment for trying to take down Santa and having his brothers to fight again.