Garden centre cashes in on Wimbledon tennis tournament

London-based Ginkgo Gardens has launched a range of Wimbledon-themed garden furniture in time for the tennis championships.

The retro style ‘Wimbledon’ furniture is joined by a range of ready-to-fruit strawberry plants, and Café Ginkgo will be offering strawberry dishes.
 
The ‘Wimbledon’ range of garden furniture is by Jonart Design. The folding furniture is metal but is designed to imitate wood with a weathered look.

Prices are £134.99 for a square folding table (90cm) £134.99 and the folding chair is £69.99. T
 
The centre is holding a Wimbledon & Strawberries weekend on 3-4 July.

The most recent addition to ‘Ginkgo Village’, is retro and vintage homeware shop Bird.
 

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