Evergreen Garden Care: helping hands to combat coronavirus

by | Mar 27, 2020 | News | 0 comments

COVID-19

At Evergreen Garden Care, our priority is ensuring that our employees and their families as well as our retail, supplier and agency partners are safe and well. We are fully respecting and adhering to all UK government guidelines and as the situation continues to evolve, we are adapting our actions. We are taking all reasonable and safe steps to continue serving our customers and maintain business continuity. The team at Evergreen are adapting and responding on a daily basis to help and support our retail partners navigate through this extraordinary time.

Garden spaces are becoming one of the key sanctuaries for many households during these unprecedented times. The garden will become the non-digital play space, a zone you to retreat to, a safe space to be outside and connected to nature and potentially a garden project could be the one thing that will help most of the UK population to switch off from the constant drone of Coronavirus news.At Evergreen we will continue to produce content to inspire, challenge and enable all gardeners to successfully complete their gardening projects. Hopefully, by the time we re-emerge from this life changing event, we will have more people than ever who have enjoyed the endless benefits of gardening and the real sanctuary a garden space can offer.

From all at Evergreen Garden Care, please stay safe and we commit to continuing to extend our help to you at this time.

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