As Christmas is approaching faster than we think we are always looking for new creative ways to decorate pour homes a mini Christmas tree is perfect for decorating small rooms, or corners and alcoves of living spaces that are in need of some festive decor.
Turning your garden centre into a ‘Christmas destination’ is no easy task though. There are lots to consider, how many baubles to buy, have you got enough fairy lights, which colours work together - the list goes on… But commercial Christmas experts Fizzco Trade have come up with the answer – ready-made themed decoration
This Christmas, Burgon & Ball has lots of gorgeous new gardening gifts and some handy new tools too, so gardeners can be well and truly spoilt! Whether you’re searching for something fabulously floral, or whether you’re looking at the purely practical, Burgon & Ball has a little something that’s just perfect.
For beautiful gardening gifts that are sure to make a splash at Christmas, there’s a stunning new design collection in the award-winning ‘RHS Gifts for Gardeners’ series. ‘British Bloom’ is a dramatic confection of some of the garden’s best-loved and most on-trend flowers, in sumptuous rich colours that are perfect for the festive season.
Restaurants around the UK must begin to understand that veganism isn’t a trend, but a lifestyle choice that is here to stay. The Vegan Society found that there are around 600,000 vegans in the country, accounting for 1.16% of the entire population, and this is only set to grow rapidly in the coming years. Restaurants must prepare themselves for the influx of customers and adopt new catering methods to ensure every diet is treated equally — but how?
With Christmas fast approaching, this could be the perfect opportunity to open your doors with a new menu that is designed with vegans in mind. Not only will this help you create a relationship with a growing group of people, but it will also allow you to become more inclusive and ultimately become a first-choice for dining out with friends and family, especially around the festive season.
Brighten up your home with a Christmas houseplant this year.
Mike Lind, Chairman of the Garden Centre Association, which represents nearly 200 garden centres nationwide, says: “At this time of year, the houseplant makes a great present and buying some for your friends as well as yourself is always cheering.
The 2018 gardening season has certainly been one to remember. At the start of the year the question on everyone’s mind was ‘When is it going to stop raining’.Then it did stop and summer arrived but the worry was how long the good weather was going to last. However, the sun just keeps on shining and here we are at the beginning of November and the leaves are still on the trees.
There were predictions of an early Autumn, but summer just wouldn’t let go, sogarden centres are ready for Christmas and consumers still enjoying lovely warm days. Things are now about to change with temperatures dropping to more seasonal norms and Autumn and Christmas ready for lift off.