Make it a very Merry Christmas for the gardener in your life...•
Posted on 12 December 2018
A little knowledge?A gardening book will keep giving year after year. Down to Earth is a practical veg growing guide that covers the most common household favourite as well as some less often grown choices. Beautifully photographed it is as at home on the coffee table as in the potting shed. It makes an ideal present for the novice or the experienced gardener wishing to expand their range.
New & different?Its always nice to be the first to have something so make them the envy of their gardening chums with Haxnicks Bamboo Pots, Saucers and Seed trays. These are new and different and make a great gift.
HampersHow about a Christmas present and New Year's resolution all rolled into one? Does your other half yearn to eat their own potatoes at Christmas Dinner 2019? Is a planter full of fresh peas or beans on their 'to do' list? Making up a hamper couldn't be easier - Rootrainers, planters, cane toppers, soft tie, veg sacks Some things they will already have but add the things they don't and they will be ready to go once the weather warms up. Finally a great reason for choosing a gardening gift is that you can get it at a Garden Centre. There is nowhere more Christmassy than a good Garden Centre. So you will get your fill of Christmas spirit with loads of parking and its open right up until Christmas Happy Christmas from all at Haxnicks, and we look forward to seeing your growing projects in the New Year.
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