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Eden Halls greenhouses are delighted to announce a new greenhouse range into the UK market, the Juliana range of greenhouses.
I first saw these at the GLEE 2013 garden trade show, back in the autumn, when they were previewed to the garden trade.
The Greenhouses will be available to the public in 2014. There will be general press advertising in January, as well as in the RHS magazine.
January 2014 will also see the Juliana brochure released.
The range will include the Juliana Compact, the Juliana Premium and the Juliana Gardener greenhouse models.
Staging and shelving has been developed along with louvre windows, autovents and auto louvres. Black crestings will top off the range.
More information will be available on the Juliana Greenhouses page on Gardensite.
We will also be displaying one of the new Juliana range at our Sutton Coldfield garden centre.
David Boswell, National Sales Manager, (who is shaking my hand in the picture), has suggested the Compact 7ft x 7ft as an ideal initial model.
I will, of course, keep you updated.
Telephone the Greenhouses Sales Team at Gardensite, if you would like a brochure sent out to you on 0121 355 7701.
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