Indoor garden designers look ahead to Christmas

Efig's members will be busy installing Christmas decorations in hundreds of commercial buildings this year.

During Working Christmas Trees Week (WCTW) taking place from 9- 13 November, efig will promote the services offered by its members for Christmas.

This year efig are asking businesses to apply for a free tree via a form on the efig website or by sending the reasons why their business/building deserves a free tree by email to

A panel will decide the most deserving cases to win a 7ft fully decorated replica tree.

During this WCTW week, efig’s website will carry case studies of members’ award winning Christmas installations from previous years as well as information about the latest seasonal trends and more anecdotes and trivia about this wonderful celebration.

Members are encouraged to donate a part of their remuneration for Christmas installations to the charities of their choice. Last year one member, Enterprise Plants, gave £2,000 to the World Land Trust’s plant a tree scheme.


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