Notcutts revamps e-commerce website

Notcutts, is set to re-launch its online presence with a newly designed e-commerce website at

The site will have a new ‘home grown’ look and feel, acting as the firm's twentieth garden centre, opening up the brand’s product offering to a national gardening audience.
After closing for development at the end of 2012, Notcutts will welcome in the spring season with the refreshed website, offering an extended range of products. The site is designed to look like that of an independent garden centre.
The site offers free delivery on all orders over £30. Notcutts will also be giving away 50 complimentary gift hampers worth £30 to celebrate the site re-launch.

Notcutts marketing director Minnie Moll said;

"Launching our e-commerce platform back in 2010 was the first step towards reaching a national audience. Our new improved website is all about improving the customer experience, and making it as easy and enjoyable as possible to shop with us online. 

"We know how much our customers value our expertise, so we have really worked to deliver everything our customers love about Notcutts, online"

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