Peterborough, UK (PRWEB UK) 21 August 2013
While many UK businesses report they are struggling during this prolonged period of economic austerity, one garden products online retailer - Outdoor Living UK - has seen a clear rise in demand for its products, including water features and garden furniture. A key reason for this growth may be down to holidaymakers choosing to stay at home and investing in their holiday savings and buying quality garden products instead. http://www.outdoorlivinguk.co.uk/
Nowhere was this level of interest more evident than at the world’s largest garden and flower show. Set in the spectacular grounds of Hampton Court Palace in July 2013, the event was attended by garden lovers from across the nation. As well as show exhibits from the very best garden product retailers, including Outdoor Living UK, the show featured gardens from leading designers plus plant and floral displays from top horticultural growers from around the world.
Outdoor Living UK’s water features at the event proved especially popular with the crowds – helped no doubt by the gloriously sunny weather and high temperatures. And its location at the show, close to the main entrance, meant that garden lovers’ attention was captured by the stand as they entered the grounds.
Included in the online retailer’s display was a range of garden water products that featured on Alan Titchmarsh’s `Love Your Garden’ programme, along with a collection of over 50 water features ranging from the company’s Traditional and Modern collections.
But the most eye-catching exhibit for most of the visiting public must have been Outdoor Living UK’s stunningly attractive, metre-wide, stainless steel sphere. The orb positively sparkled in the sunlight with its water illuminated as it bubbled out of the top and flowed harmoniously over the surface. No wonder so many visitors wanted their photograph taken at that particular spot!
Outdoor Living UK gratefully acknowledges the excellent landscaping service provided by Leicester-based company, Small Landscapes, and offers its thanks to the Royal Horticultural Society for its hosting and organisation of this major event.