CJ Wildlife and Hillier Garden Centres new retail partnership

by | Oct 5, 2023 | Centre News, News, Product News | 0 comments

First look at the CJ Wildlife display at Hillier Garden Centres' flagship store

Wildlife specialist brand CJ Wildlife has announced its partnership with  Hillier Garden Centres, one of the leading names in growing and horticultural retail.

Visitors to Hillier Garden Centres are now able to browse and buy CJ Wildlife’s wide range of habitats, feeders and specialist food in-store, with product lines being rolled out across all 22 centres in the coming weeks.

In what is the wildlife company’s first large-scale retail partnership, the garden centre giant will stock everything from nest boxes and bird feeders to insect hotels and bat boxes.

Shelves will boast some of CJ Wildlife’s most popular products, including the WoodStone® collection and stylish National Trust Vierno ceramics, making it even easier for its customers to lend a helping hand to nature.

CJ Wildlife becomes official retail partner of Hillier Garden Centres

Phil Kent, Head of UK Sales (B2B) at CJ Wildlife, commented: “We are delighted that Hillier Garden Centres has become an official CJ Wildlife retail partner. Our mission is to inspire consumers to care for the wildlife outside their own back door, and with Hillier’s extensive network of centres we hope that it will be even easier for people to do just that.”

With popular sites at locations including Banbury, Bath, Chichester, Winchester and Syon Park, family-run Hillier Garden Centres has recently expanded its impressive portfolio with the acquisition of centres in Aldermaston, Weyhill, and Hampton-in-Arden bringing the total centres in the group to 22 and expanding its customer base wider across the country.

Rory Parkes, Buyer at Hillier Garden Centres, added: “CJ Wildlife offers nature-lovers a wide variety of solutions to help them attract more wildlife to their outdoor space and care for all kinds of creatures. We’re thrilled to be partnering with such a passionate brand and are certain its products will be hugely popular with our customers.”

To find your local Hillier Garden Centre, visit www.hillier.co.uk, and browse CJ Wildlife’s product ranges at www.birdfood.co.uk.

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