Warentuin, the popular Dutch gardening center is now present in Germany with the launch of its German website. The online and offline gardening center features more than 55,000 gardening products on the website.
The most popular products of Warentuin are ready to sow plants and seeds, gardening services like cultivation, fertilizers and nutrition, irrigation, and other gardening tools. Earthenware and plastic pots, crockery, hooks and trolleys, glass, metal, and zinc crockery are also some of the popular products from Warentuin.
The landscaping section of Warentuin includes products like pond water products, garden paving products like tiles, clinkers, types of gravel. Garden fencing, sheds, log cabins, and roofs, are the most popular garden products from Warentuin. The gardening center’s product kitty also includes natural and artificial grass and large greenhouses.
“Nowadays, you can have groceries, clothing, and electronics delivered to your home or a service point with the click of a button. Warentuin now also offers you the possibility to order home, garden, and animal products online and have them delivered to your home. Warentuin is a webshop that works together with several independent offline garden centers. Thanks to this collaboration, we are the largest online garden center in the Netherlands”, said Jeroen Linde emphasizing being the biggest in the Netherlands.
“Warentuin offers you a very wide range of home, garden and animal products from all kinds of top brands without having to pay the main price immediately. In our webshop, you are guaranteed to find what you are looking for! And did you know that each of these garden centers has a service point where you can go for more information, get help for picking up or returning your order? Thanks to the fact that these garden centers are spread throughout the Netherlands, that way there is always one near you. In addition to a wide range, Warentuin also offers you (of course) the necessary information and service. We do this in the form of offering a garden calendar, a vegetable garden calendar, a pond calendar, garden tips, blogs, vlogs, giving workshops, and organizing VIP evenings,” continued Jeroen Linde.
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