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Dobbies Garden Centres gears up for Bring Your Christmas Tree Home Day

Dobbies Garden Centres across the UK are gearing up for one of their key dates in the festive calendar, officially known as ‘Bring Your Christmas Tree… View Article

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Dobbies Garden Centres gears up for Bring Your Christmas Tree Home Day

Dobbies Garden Centres across the UK are gearing up for one of their key dates in the festive calendar, officially known as ‘Bring Your Christmas Tree Home Day.’

The first Saturday of December (Saturday 3 December) is the most popular day for buying real Christmas trees and this year is set to be no exception as demand for real trees continues to grow, with trees available both in
store and online.

Dobbies is committed to protecting the environment and is shining a light on its sustainably grown Christmas trees. Not only that, but starting on Saturday 3 and running to Friday 9 December, the garden centre is offering all
electric and hybrid vehicle owners 10% off their real tree when purchased in store, with Club Plus Members able to secure a further 5% discount, on top of their normal 10% discount.

All Dobbies’ trees are sustainably grown from specially selected seeds, taken from hand-picked cones which have been left to dry and nurtured into seedlings. Specialist pruning techniques are used to create a bushy, uniform shape with emphasis on each individual tree’s features. This work is done by hand which keeps any impact on surrounding wildlife to a minimum. Dobbies customers can be assured they were not cut down from wild forests but instead come from environmentally managed plantations across Scotland.

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