The Gardens Group branches out with new Christmas tree store

by | Dec 1, 2016 | News | 0 comments

The Gardens Group has launched its first online Christmas tree store with Needlefresh, the UK?s leading supplier of living and fresh cut Christmas trees. From a tap on the keyboard to a tap at the door, people all over the UK are now able to order their Nordman Fir Christmas tree from the comfort and warmth of their own home, at any time of day or night.

With a choice of four sizes, ranging from 5ft to 8ft, customers can inspect the selection of Nordman Fir Christmas trees from every angle on the online picture gallery and the exact tree that they select will be delivered to their door, straight from the grower.

Mike Burks, managing director of The Gardens Group, explains; ?While we will continue to stock our wonderful range of Christmas trees in store, we know that people?s lives are increasingly busy and shopping online seems to be the go-to option for many. With this in mind, we?re really pleased to be able to give them the added option of buying beautiful trees online, straight from the dedicated growers, making people?s Christmas planning just that little bit easier!?

To view The Gardens Group’s Christmas?trees you can visit?www.needlefresh.co.uk/shop/gardensgroup.

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