Clifton pops up in the Peter Jones department store in Chelsea

by | May 17, 2018 | Business, News, Plantaria, Sustainability | 0 comments

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Clifton Nurseries, London?s oldest garden centre, is popping up in Chelsea. ?The company proudly announces the opening of its latest popup shop at the iconic Peter Jones department store on Sloane Square. This exciting collaboration is timed perfectly to coincide with the world famous Chelsea Flower Show.

Opening on Wednesday 16th May, the Clifton Nurseries at Peter Jones Collection of houseplants includes cacti, succulents, ferns, orchids, anthuriums and a variety of other beautiful indoor plants ? ranging from the regular favourites to the distinctive and unusual.

In addition to the popup shop, the garden centre will also be paying homage to the nearby Chelsea Flower Show with a fun and unique mini show garden located just inside the main Kings Road entrance to Peter Jones.

?Clifton Nurseries is thrilled to have this opportunity to be part of Peter Jones’ Flower Show week activities. It is particularly exciting to be able to share a small part of the Clifton Nurseries experience with visitors to Sloane Square, which is of course right on the doorstep of the world famous and always inspiring Chelsea Flower Show ….? ??David Morley – Retail Director, Clifton Nurseries

Open every day from Wednesday 16th May to Wednesday 30th May, the popup shop at Peter Jones is a must-see for plant lovers.

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