Time running out to buy a Mother’s Day gift at Redhall
Caption: Staff Lynne Rogers and Lee Cawood (left, crouching), in Redhall’s plant nursery.
With Mother’s Day fast approaching, a wide range of beautiful plants and gifts are now available at Leeds City Council’s Redhall plant nursery.
Based in north Leeds, Redhall produces over three million plants per year, which add a sea of colour to the city’s parks, roundabouts, flower beds, school grounds and many other locations across the city that support 'Leeds In Bloom'.
A variety of fantastic plants can be purchased at the Redhall shop as part of the countdown to Mother’s Day on Sunday, along with other presents including compost, containers, shrubs, hanging baskets, bird food and feeders and tools.
Redhall is open seven days a week at the following times: 9.00am to 3.00pm.
Councillor Mark Dobson, executive board member for the environment said:
"There are a fantastic variety of plants available at Redhall, and I would urge anyone seeking inspiration for Mother’s Day to pay us a visit and see what we have to offer.
"We produce over three million plants in our nursery per year, and with other brilliant gifts also available at Redhall, this is a great chance to purchase a really lovely Mother’s Day present."
Notes to editors:
Red Hall Plant Nursery
Red Hall Estate
Red Hall Lane
All methods of payment are now accepted.
Please contact: 0113 237 5210.
Open seven days a week from 9.00am to 3.00pm.
Redhall is open on the following bank holidays: Good Friday, Easter Monday, May Day, Spring bank holiday and August bank holiday, and is closed on Christmas Day, Easter Sunday, Boxing Day and New Year’s Day.
Leeds has a thriving in bloom network with over 50 groups in communities across the city that contributes to over 1300 floral displays. Last year, as part of Yorkshire in Bloom, Leeds was named as the winner of the ‘Large City’ category, and was also awarded The Yorkshire Rose Chairman’s award which recognises a community that has made outstanding efforts to promote all aspects of the different ‘In Bloom’ campaigns.
For media enquiries, please contact;
Colin Dickinson, Leeds City Council press office (0113) 39 51578