The Danish garden center chain Plantorama has been given a fresh modern house style, seen for the first time in their newest Plantorama experience center in Egå.
The garden center has been relocated on the other side of Grenåvej, where competitor Bo Grønt used to be. With a surface area of 9,200 m², the size of two football fields, it is Jutland’s largest garden and animal center and also the greenest in Denmark.
Plantorama Egå was built with care for the environment. The garden center has installed 650 m² of solar panels on the roof that supplies 100,000 kWh of electricity, which results in an annual CO2 saving of 66,650 kg. The entire building has been fitted with LED lighting and rainwater is reused to water flowers and plants.
Visiting Plantorama Egå is an extraordinary experience for the whole family all year round. It is not just a garden center, but a place where all family members can experience different things. Customers can now experience and be inspired by various environments for interior decoration, food specialties, a large selection of flowers and plants, home and garden accessories, and also live animals and animal-related articles. Space is also provided for something new such as a Farm Shop with fresh organic fruit and vegetables, a vet, a playground (Playland) and the inviting Espresso Café (Espresso House).
Plantorama Egå opened in March 2019. This modern garden center serves as a model for the way in which existing garden centers should be expanded or newly built. Plantorama has 11 garden centers with more in the pipeline. The plan is to achieve 25 garden centers.