Gardman launches one stop shop for Christmas

by | Feb 20, 2017 | News | 0 comments

Gardman has launched a glittering collection of best-selling Christmas lines to help drive volume sales throughout garden centres for Christmas 2017?

With more than 100 products on offer, Gardman?s Christmas Emporium is a truly one-stop for your Christmas shop;

  • Comprehensive range of 40 Artificial Christmas Trees
  • Artificial mini trees, garlands and tree stands
  • Pre-lit LED decorations in a choice of two festive themes; Rustic Rattan and Sparkling Silver
  • Solar Christmas string lights
  • Novelty solar lighting
  • Christmas themed doormats
  • Pre-lit LED canvases
  • Festive cushions
  • Topiary and artificial plants.

Gardman?s Christmas range features a number of new products too, including the Premium Pre-lit Kindersley Tree, a Pre-Lit Christmas Centrepiece and an ingenious Automatic Adjustable Tree Stand.

Their impressive collection of high quality trees, are sourced from a single factory, which conveniently enables retailers to create a mixed container in any combination.

  • Ten stunning styles in five finishes; standard, frosted, berry, pine cone or pre-lit with twinkling white lights
  • Available in four heights; 5ft, 6ft, 7ft and 8ft
  • High quality construction and finish
  • Retail ready display packaging complete with carry handles
  • Market leading RRPs
  • Clear range hierarchy that meets all core consumer needs; standard, premium and luxury.

You can view Gardman?s entire Christmas Emporium at their Peterborough showroom by speaking to your Gardman sales agent or calling sales on 01406 372232

For enquiries relating to this press release, please contact:

Rebecca Griffiths, Head of Marketing, Gardman UK

Email: R.Griffiths@gardman.co.uk

Or tel: 01406 372261

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