All change at Studley Green Garden Centre

by | Nov 14, 2018 | News | 0 comments

Studley Green
Studley Green Garden Centre has under gone a serious makeover. It brings the introduction of a quality new product offering and Capital Garden?s exceptional customer service.
Capital Gardens has transformed the centre into Studley Green?s very own winter wonderland. It’s a one-stop-shop for decorations, garlands, lights and Christmas trees. Real trees will join artificial trees in store in the coming weeks.
The main store, an empty space weeks ago, now boasts an impressive four themed Christmas areas.
The store will host special events over the festive season. This includes a ?Wild Hedgerow Wreath-Making? workshop on Wednesday 28 November. There’s a special Christmas loyalty evening with discounts and festival tipples for loyalty-cardholders.

New products at Studley Green

New products include fantastic giftware and Christmas ranges from British brand Sophie Allport. Other new brands include tools from Burgon and Ball, Gardman and Tom Chambers.
The now-extended plant area sees a greater depth of plants and add-ons. Capital Gardens has retained and extended the pot areas with new ranges from Mega and Apta. Also now in stock is a full range of aggregates and composts and a great selection of spring flowering bulbs.
The run-up to Christmas will see festive drinks from coffee connoisseurs, Blue Cap Coffee.
Phil Munn, centre manager says: ?My team and our suppliers have pulled off some miraculous changes in a short space of time. The improved offerings and fantastic seasonal and Christmas set-ups will inspire customers. We?re excited to put the Centre back on the map as a hub for the wonderful community!?
Capital Gardens is also excited to announce its search for an annual charity partner at the store.
The team has chosen three charities close to the community. Customers will receive counters upon purchasing products in store, and can vote for the charity closest to their heart. Capital Gardens will go on to partner with the winning charity, to work out how it can best support them. Get voting in store from Tuesday 13 November until Thursday 31 January.

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