Gavin Jones The Plantation opens Pot Boutique

As part of a range of developments at their site on Woburn Hill in Addlestone, Surrey, Gavin Jones The Plantation has just opened a Pot Boutique.

The specimen plant nursery is now offering a selection of pots in a range of styles.

Trained staff can provide a potting-up service. Courtesy coffee is available.

Alan Young, who heads the front of house sales team at The Plantation, said: "With all the choice of colour, materials and finishes available today there’s a pot to suit every taste and budget, and we’re delighted to be able to offer such a comprehensive collection for the customer."

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