David Coton was delighted to recently meet with Frank Honald, President and Owner of Henri Studio USA, who had flown in from Chicago to discuss the opportunity of bringing their products back into the UK next year.
It's been quite a while since the last delivery of the highly popular Henri Studio cast stone water features was unloaded at our garden centre, that's why the fully laden truck that arrived recently was so well received as it was packed full of these best selling products.
It was just over a year ago that GardenSite partner David Coton met with Frank Honald, the owner of Henri Studio who had flown in from the USA to discuss re-introducing their products into this country with a distribution deal struck with Borderstone.
We have been selling Henri Studio's expertly handcrafted and innovatively engineered products for three decades and so are especially keen to continue offering this range of classic and contemporary designs that have always proved very popular with our customers.
Three GardenSite partners can be seen carefully taking the well-packaged stock from the lorry including the eye-catching Juggling Act Fountain, Tranquil Zen Fountain, and innovative Hurricane Eye, all of which are superbly crafted with meticulous attention to detail.
Designed to enhance your garden with distinctive interest Henri Studio's designs are well known for the creativity and their craftsmen renowned for the commitment they show to producing only top quality products, qualities that have always been apparent during our thirty-year association.
Stocked in the UK so that it can be dispatched immediately if you want a centrepiece or focal point for the lawn or a feature to add the gentle sound of flowing water to a patio, the Henri Studio range contains a wonderful choice of remarkable fountains and water features.
During the recent spell of fine weather and with more forecast, David Coton has been careful to make sure that none of the container grown plants at the Garden Centre dry out. This is particularly important if you are on holiday and he has these suggestions for other jobs that will keep you busy in the garden during August.
GardenSite's senior partner Robert Hall explains the actions we're taking in order to beat the challenges surrounding Covid-19 as well as handy information for customers who are still awaiting the delivery of their order during these unprecedented times.
With such changeable weather recently with a heat wave following by rain, David Coton is looking forward to summer finally arriving and a chance to get out into the garden, here are some of the jobs he'll be tackling during July.
There's no doubt that television provides gardeners with inspiration, sound advice and good ideas, that's why we're all looking forward to new programmes and the return of old favourites during 2020 but during the current government restrictions don't be surprised to see repeats filling gaps in a depleted schedule and other programmes adopting a different format..