LazyLawn spring garden party

by | Mar 19, 2016 | Products | 0 comments

LazyLawn is launching its new show gardens at a spring garden party on April the 2nd. The event will take place at Naybur Bros Hard Landscaping Centre in Potters Bar.

The company is ?inviting people to find out how to get the perfect lawn, and enjoy a fun-packed family day out.?

According to LazyLawn, seven combinations from its range will be showcased at the event, including the newly released, Lazy Nouveau and Lazy Deco. There will also be games, competitions, a face painter and an appearance from the company?s mascot Lazy Larry.

Andy Driver, marketing director at LazyLawn, said: ?We are excited to be launching our brand new show gardens to the public, which are sure to impress.

?LazyLawn is ideal for those who want to spend quality time in the garden, as it is low maintenance and a no mess alternative to a natural lawn.

?Visitors are invited to come and have a look at our stunning collection of gardens. Each has been designed to demonstrate how diverse our artificial grass is and the different ways of utilising your outdoor space whatever your style.?

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