The Telegraph has been one of the most respected of the dailies since it’s launch in 1858 and one of the first to embrace the digital world, with digital subscriptions matching print. It has the largest circulation of any UK broadsheet and the sixth largest circulation of any British newspaper. It covers all the usual topics of a newspaper and also has a sister paper, The Sunday Telegraph.
They reviewed one of our luxury end artificial Christmas trees, the Frasier Grande which features the life-like Feel Real branches and Memory Wire construction. The Feel Real branches are modelled on real trees and made from polyethylene (PE) with the result that it not only looks like a real tree but feels like one too. The Memory Wire is extremely strong wire which remembers the shape it is formed into; you just have to dress it out the very first year of purchase. We were one of the first garden centres to embrace the online marketplace and have gone on to become one of the countries’ foremost online retailers of artificial Christmas trees, garden furniture and barbecue equipment. View the Feature in the Telegraph
The Shanghai Parasol is described by the Telegraph as having ‘high end design at high street price’ and that is exactly what this Oriental inspired parasol represents. Not only does it look great but it also tilts to allow you to block the harmful sun’s rays without constantly having to move your chair. The solefin fabric has a UVF rating of 50+ and can resist mildew, fading, staining and is also weatherproof, so should last for many years. Just remember to take it down if there is a high wind forecast. We are one of the largest online retailers of garden furniture and stock a huge range of parasols, from the simple parasol to the fabulous cantilever models which will cover the large furniture sets. View the feature in the Telegraph
The Telegraph rated the Glittery Bristle Pine Wreath in its round-up of the 10 Best Wreaths to Buy This Christmas. Although it is just for indoors it can go outside on a door provided it is protected from the weather under a porch. It doesn’t necessarily need anything else adding as it comes pre-decorated with frost, cones and battery-operated LED lights. If you do want to add more ornamentation it lends itself to white, antique gold and silver and a naturalistic palette of red or white berries, copper leaves, glittery fern leaves and shatterproof baubles. We have one of the largest online selections of artificial wreaths and garlands as well as Christmas trees from 3’ to a whopping 18’, in the usual green, lightly frosted or heavily snowed, unlit or pre-lit with LEDs, with cones and berries or just simply unadorned. View the feature in the Telegraph