Large Scottish Fir Xmas tree brings large success to Easyplants

Grimsby, North East Lincolnshire United Kingdom (PressExposure) December 10, 2008 -- Easyplants UK’s online retailer of artificial Christmas trees has sold out of all its large 8ft Christmas trees before December even arrives. Selling the Scottish Fir artificial Christmas tree in black and green has been an amazing success.

Easyplants Managing Director Peter Drinkell tells, “We added the large 8ft Scottish Fir Christmas tree to our range of artificial Christmas trees at mainly due to the requests we have had from previous years, and we have not been disappointed. It is amazing to say we have completely sold out of both colours, and this was 1 week before December arrives. If there is a disappointing fact, then it is the fact we have had around 100 clients who’s orders we could not fulfil due the phenomenal demand of the Scottish Fir Christmas tree.

Peter continues, “The reason I believe it has been so successful is the styling and build of the tree. The Scottish Fir is grand, contemporary Christmas tree that stands 8ft tall plus and is full bodied in every way. It was modelled on the grandeur and style of the Scottish fir Christmas tree that can be found in the highlands of Scotland, this Christmas tree will transform living rooms or offices for business for the festive season.

It was designed with over 2080 tips, and came in 2 colours Gun Metal black, and Deep Green, it has luxury hook-on branches and genuine pinecones, making these sensational black and green Christmas trees the perfect choice for larger rooms, offices or reception areas.

The 8ft Scottish Fir Christmas tree may be sold out, however there is still a large online collection of Christmas trees to choose from at so don’t leave it too late or you will miss out,” Peter says.

About Easy Plants

Easyplants is UK online retailer of artificial Christmas trees, plants, flowers and topiaries.

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Press Release Submitted On: December 08, 2008 at 4:56 pm
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