WIN!: DJ’s Garden Centre in Chatteris to give away two Christmas trees in competition
YOUR Christmas tree is the focal point over the holiday period - and DJ’s Garden Centre in Chatteris understands how important it is to get this centrepiece just right.
That’s why the company’s British-grown trees are hand-picked in September to ensure the very best selection for your Christmas display.
All trees at DJ’s were cut and delivered to the garden centre last month and since then they have been tended by staff who work with plants on a daily basis to ensure that the trees stay ‘field fresh’.
This means your tree will look as good a week after Christmas as it did a week before.
DJ’s has hundreds of trees to choose from, including the traditional tree (Norway spruce) and the low needle drop tree (Nordmann fir). Nordmann firs are becoming more popular every year.
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You will find limited availability of the bigger trees this year, but as DJ’s trees are reserved in September the company has plenty of larger specimens to choose from. Nordmann fir trees are popular with people who have children and pets as the needles are softer and have less tendency to prickle and cause skin rashes.
DJ’s is so proud of its trees it even guarantees them. It also offers a free tree stand fitting service (just take your old stand with you or buy one from DJ’s selection), same day delivery, including Saturdays and Sundays and a free delivery service in Chatteris, with a small charge for surrounding areas.
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We are offering two lucky readers the chance to win a Christmas tree of their choice;
To be in with a chance of winning, make sure you see the December 10 edition of the Cambs Times/Wisbech Standard.