Gardman reveals ?Christmas Emporium?

by | Jan 6, 2016 | Products | 0 comments

Gardman is looking ahead with the unveiling of its festive emporium for Christmas 2016.

Debuting in the company?s 2016 Christmas catalogue is a brand new range of realistic artificial Christmas trees.

The collection comprises of 50 trees that have been sourced from one factory, thus enabling Gardman to offer retailers the option to create a mixed container in any combination.

The range includes a vast variety of shapes and sizes, from 18in mini trees to 8ft trees, packaged in full colour boxes. The trees are available in either natural, frosted, tipped with pinecones or pre-lit with LEDs.

Gardman?s Christmas Emporium boasts over 250 lines, including pre-let LED decorations, indoor and outdoor lighting, festive wreaths, topiary and artificial plants and other Christmas-themed ranges.

Category management director Tim Goff commented that Gardman?s evolving Christmas portfolio is helping to grow the category year-on-year: ?As a result, we shall have an expanded presence at Harrogate, where buyers can see for themselves just how committed we are to helping garden centres to create the perfect Christmas offering.?

Gardman also offers Christmas-themed packaging and PoS material.

You can see Gardman?s entire Christmas offering at Harrogate Christmas and Gift (10 to 13 January 2016, stand QS20) and International Spring Fair (7 to 11 February 2016, stand 2G50-H51).

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