Gardman launches wider Christmas ranges

Gardman is featuring artificial Christmas trees in its new festive catalogue.

The collection of 50 trees is available as a mixed container.

Sizes range from 45cm-249cm  trees in either natural, frosted, tipped with pine cones or pre-lit with LEDs. 

The range has 250 lines as is designed as a "one-stop Christmas shop" to include:

  • Pre-lit LED decorations in Rustic Rattan, Sparkling Silver, Berry Red and Novelty
  • Indoor and outdoor lighting
  • Flameless LED candles and candle lanterns
  • Festive wreaths
  • Christmas themed doormats and doorstop
  • Pre-lit LED wall art and canvases
  • Topiary and artificial plants
  • Artificial trees, garlands and tree stands.


Category management director Tim Goff said: "We shall have an expanded presence at Harrogate, where buyers can see for themselves just how committed we are to helping garden centres to create the perfect Christmas offering."

Gardman will show its Christmas offering at Harrogate Christmas and Gift (10-13 Jan 2016, stand QS20) and International Spring Fair at the NEC Birmingham (7-11 February 2016, stand 2G50-H51).




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