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Go Wild with Blinds Retailer Tuiss.co.uk and Environmental Charity Landlife
Date:2/11/2010

The online window blinds retailer, Tuiss.co.uk, has teamed up with environmental charity Landlife and is giving away free wild flower seeds. Simply request free samples from the site and you will also receive a complimentary packet of wildflower seed from the 1st April through until May.

(PRWEB) February 13, 2010 -- The online window blinds retailer, Tuiss.co.uk, has teamed up with environmental charity Landlife and is giving away free wild flower seeds. Simply request free samples from the site and you will also receive a complimentary packet of wildflower seed from the 1st April through until May.

It’s a chance for Tuiss customers to return a little bit of their gardens to the wild with a selection of indigenous plants including Poppies, Marigolds, Cornflowers, Corn Cockles and Chamomile. They can be sown in April and May for a blaze of summer colour and can also be grown indoors in pots.

“Supporting the Landlife charity project very much fits with our company touchstone of ‘Greener by Nature'" says Tuiss Director, Paul Hopkins. “The whole company was founded on this and our mission of ‘Affordable Luxury’, and ‘Better by Design'" said Paul. Landlife is a registered environmental charity, working mainly in urban and urban fringe areas, to bring nature and people closer together. More details can be found at www.tuiss.co.uk/gowild

Tuiss.co.uk is unique to the UK offering affordable luxury and strong environmental ethics. Their blinds are manufactured from the very finest materials in the late
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