Squires centres compete in easy gardening competition

by | Oct 18, 2018 | News | 0 comments

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Squires Garden Centres recently held a competition between each of their garden centres.
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The aim was to show customers that gardening can be really easy.
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Squires hoped to dispel some of the myths around gardening and encourage visitors to take the plunge.
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The purpose of Squires ?Easy Gardening? competition was to inspire customers. Squires did this with simple, cost-effective, creative ideas that could be replicated at home.
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Colin Squire and his daughter Sarah, judged the competition. Squires in Milford won the ?Best Focal Point? award. Squire?s in Chertsey won the award for ?Best Showcasing Of Easy Gardening?.
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Commenting on the winners Sarah Squire said: ?Squires in Milford won the ?Best Focal Point? award.
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“We thought that their design captured every element of the competition. It looked stunning and was full of really good easy gardening ideas from plants to products.
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“The use of the gazebo gave height and made the display stand out from wherever you were in the plant area.
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“Plus everything was well explained to show customers how to re-create the look in their own garden.
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We gave Squire?s in Chertsey the ?Best Showcasing Of Easy Gardening? award.
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“They had some great ideas for how to get the best out of a small urban space.
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“The use of the two levels here was clever, with pots hanging on the railings, and even a ?tea for two? set on the balcony. It shows people how to create height even when space is limited.?

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