Are you looking for flowers, plants, pots or machinery for your garden? You Garden seeks to provide gardening products for everybody, no matter how much gardening experience you have. Does it deliver on this promise? Is their website accessible or filled with gardening jargon? Are their products affordable and of high quality? Is You Garden’s customer service attentive to you problems? Is shopping at You Garden’s online store better than shopping at an actual, physical store?
Maintaining a beautiful garden or balcony is a hobby for many and a status-symbol for some, but everyone needs products now and again to maintain their garden at least to a certain degree. Does You Garden make this easier? Find out what actual customers have to say about this by reading their reviews!
About You Garden
The director of You Garden, Peter McDermott has decades of experience in the horticultural industry. He loves growing plants and hates neglected gardens. To help even the most inexperienced of laymen maintain their gardens, You Garden promises to speak English. That is, to avoid words commonly used by people in the horticultural industry but unintelligible to anyone else. You Garden also gives advise on what to grow in your garden, making maintaining your garden easier for people who do not have sophisticated plans for what to do with their backyard.
In accordance with the aspiration to make gardening accessible for the inexperienced, You Garden produces videos that explain how to use their products. You Garden also chooses plants that are easy to grow, to avoid customers accidentally buying a plant that requires much more of their time than anticipated.
An examle of You Garden's tutorial videos. Are these types of videos useful?
You Garden owns 5-acre nursery in Lincolnshire. This allows the company to see the plants grow and to maintain close contact with the plants instead of becoming a company that does not even know what it is selling.
You can buy a great variety of gardening products at You Garden. For instance, you can buy flowering bulbs such as tulips, daffodils, narcissi, hyacinths and crocuses. You can also purchase bush and shrub roses, climbing roses, groundcover roses or flowering shrubs, hedging plants, trees and climbing plants.
Having fruits and vegetables growing in your garden is certainly desirable. Fruit trees, bushes and plants that are available on You Garden include:
apricot and peach trees
duo family trees
is necessary to maintain a garden. Machinery available on YouGarden includes lawn mowers, strimmres, trimmers, trolleys, wheelbarrows, pressure washers and chainsaws. You can also get hanging baskets, pots and compots at You Garden.
Questions, comments, concerns and opinions
You can contact YouGarden’s customer service by sending a message on their website. Another way to reach customer care is in writing, using this address:
YouGarden, PO Box 637, York, YO26 0DQ
You may also call You Garden’s call centre (0844 6 569 569) or send an e-mail (email@example.com).
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appalling service - don't care attitude purchased a "Paeony Sarah Bernhardt Bare Root" on 21st February, (along with £190 of other products). it looked a bit rotted but planted it anyway in the hope that it would grow, six weeks on and no sign of life (other pants sprouting) phoned YouGarden and was confirmed that this plant has a warranty so no problem replacing it however I am expected to pay the £6+ in postage!!! After a long conversation it would appear that if I complained within 30 days I would not pay postage but, as I was giving YouGarden the benefit of time (maybe this plant takes longer to sprout) this period had expired! Any decent Customer service would appreciate this and react accordingly - Not YouGarden its a case of "Computer says No!" I was informed that no conversation with management/superior authority would change this - Great shame as I am looking for a decent online Garden supplier, YouGarden is obviously not one of them!!! Add insult to injury the call cost me £7.61 - Outrageous!