Allensmore Nurseries climate control Christmas gardening product

Allensmore Nurseries have devised and invested in new climatic control equipment in their preparation and dispatch areas for keeping Christmas wreaths, garlands and planters in peak condition in warmer winter weather conditions, aiming to achieve higher levels of product freshness and prolonging shelf life in store.

ark Taylor, Allensmore's MD and (L) Victoria Atkinson their Creative Designer
ark Taylor, Allensmore's MD and (L) Victoria Atkinson their Creative Designer
For the 2016 Christmas season, Allensmore have also streamlined their assembly methods, resulting in materials such as Holly and mistletoe being cut directly before product assembly to preserve peak freshness.
Allensmore managing director Mark Taylor said: "Earlier this year we invested in strengthening our creative team and our new 2016 ranges of Christmas designs have seen a very significant increase in volume as a result.
"Our customers will now benefit from our investment in new climate control conditions to reduce the likelihood of seasonal products drying out in store, which has been a symptom of warmer weather conditions generally in the UK over the past few years.
"We are proud that Allensmore is again at the forefront of providing solutions to our retail customers’ challenges of providing the freshest and best products to consumers."

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