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Garden Style Via Mail Order from Dig-it

Added: (Thu Nov 23 2000)

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23 November 2000

Garden Style Via Mail Order from Dig-it

Designer garden style is now available via mail order thanks to a home shopping catalogue launched by Dig-it, the garden style company. Aimed at modern gardeners, the collection includes designer furniture by Phillipe Starck, oriental Japanese lanterns and chairs, exotic orchids and elegant olive trees. Fun and practical items for pets and big kids will inspire gifts for the whole family.

Traditionalists will love the elegant hardwood furniture – perfect for conservatories – whilst pretty terracotta pots add a splash of Mediterranean colour. Smarten up your patio or roof garden with a silver-leafed olive tree –or treat yourself to the heavenly scent of a potted hyacinth. Or add a touch of class to your home with a cool white orchid. Dig-it’s top quality two stem Phalaenopsis look great planted in galvanized vases or topped with soft milled white Italian marble stones.

Solve your gift dilemmas with a beautifully presented seed box gift set, complete with polished aluminium tools. Big kids will love “Sox” the Kitten, in hand-painted steel, whilst Dig-it’s stainless steel “Woof” bowl is an ideal gift for ‘Fido’.

To order a copy of the Dig-it catalogue, please call 0870 1201630 or visit www.dig-it.co.uk.

Nicky Roeber, Creative Director of Dig-it, comments, “Many of our products are perfect for people who do not have a lot of space in their garden or patios, but enjoy contemporary design. We particularly recommend the single stem, topiary olive with its attractive silvery-green leaves – a must-have plant for 2001.”


For more information, please contact:
Victoria Ebdon, GCI Delaney PR on 0207 401 9540 vebdon@gcidelaney.com
Nicky Roeber, Creative Director of Dig-it, on 0207 348 7440

Photographs are available – please phone Victoria Ebdon/Hugo Mortimer-Harvey on 0207 401 9540

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