UK's leading online retailer of garden plants and bulbs J. Parker's donates Daffodil bulbs to Liverpool based charity Daisy UK
(PR Web Via Acquire Media NewsEdge) Manchester, United Kingdom (PRWEB UK) 9 January 2013
Christmas is often considered a time for giving - and one of the UK's leading mail order plant companies, J. Parker's, has been true to the festive spirit by donating some tulip bulbs to Daisy UK, a charity which is concerned with helping disabled people to fulfil their true potential and grasp opportunities in sports, education and employment.
As part of the inspiring future gardeners promotional campaign, J. Parker's has donated five bags, each weighing 25kg, of trumpet Daffodil bulbs to the charity, which intends the bulbs to be planted by children in and around the Daisy UK center. Hence, the donation will doubtless help to provide a fun experience for the children while also helping to enhance the beauty of the ground space.
The donation from J. Parker's has undoubtedly been made for a great cause and is likely to spread more than a little Christmas cheer among many of the people who work for Daisy UK.
A spokesperson for J. Parker's remarked about the donation: "We were delighted to donate these bags of trumpet Daffodil bulbs to Daisy UK, which has done so much great work for disabled people in the UK. We hope that the children enjoy planting these bulbs and using them to beautify the ground space of Daisy UK!"
"We would encourage anyone who is interested in buying trumpet Daffodil bulbs like these to peruse the J. Parker's website to see exactly what the company has to offer. We might have made this donation in time for the festive season, but we offer flowers that can delight people all year round."
People seeking to buy any trumpet Daffodil bulbs or, indeed, any other plants from J. Parker's should visit the company's website or call the company's head office and dispatch centre in Old Trafford, Manchester at 0161 848 1100.
About J. Parker's:
J. Parker's is a family business that was established in 1933 and has since developed into one of the UK's leading online retailers of garden plants including spring and summer bedding plants, bulbs, perennial plants, shrubs, trees, roses and climbing plants.
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