Burbage metal and wooden gates, fencing and railing have recently been added to GardenSite, and last week David Coton took the opportunity to visit their Cannock base.
GardenSite is always striving to be the best in all aspects of our business and along the way it’s pleasing to see our efforts appreciated. As Nathan James Dodd reports, our latest award is for ‘Stockist Of The Year 2015’.
In recognition of sales achievement and excellence in communication, GardenSite has been named ‘Stockist of the Year 2015' by Home & Garden.
This is hot on the heels of receiving the award for ‘Best Online Garden Retail Buying Team’ at last year's Glee event.
Home & Garden is a family owned business who supply a diverse selection of garden ornaments, the majority designed in-house, manufactured from iron, aluminium and resin.
The market for these ornaments has shown rapid growth in recent years and GardenSite offers a broad range. All the items are excellent quality and very affordable.
Its collection includes a wonderful selection of animals, both wild and domestic. There are also humorous pixies and magical fairies, all expertly modelled in superb detail.
In a variety of poses, both naturalistic and imagined, they make strikingly attractive figures, and can be used to decorate borders or as focal points displayed on the lawn.
From owls to rutting stags, pixies to sleeping fairies, these bronzed resin and metal garden ornaments will be a delightful addition to anyone’s garden.
In order to promote and enhance biodiversity and conservation of our wildlife, there's a selection of habitats and boxes you can purchase that are specifically designed to attract various small animals and insects to your garden. Here we look at some of the products available which also make unusual and very engaging gifts.
With warmer weather and an early Easter, the garden centre is busy at the moment with customers stocking up on summer bedding plants - snapdragons, cornflowers, cosmos, verbena, phlox, petunia, As well as filling planters, hanging baskets and borders with colour that will last all summer, there are always plenty of jobs to do in the garden during April and David Coton has these suggestions.
Every gardener must have noticed a decline in the bee population over recent years. Intensive farming that demands the use of toxic chemicals, climate change and parasite infestation have all been put forward as potential causes, it's a worrying trend but one that we can all help to reverse.
As an excellent alternative to conventional products, Trimetals' storage solutions blend top quality manufacture with contemporary style. Their range has now been extended to include two new maintenance free sheds and Robert Hall has all the details.