Bathgate Silica Sand to showcase growing horticultural range at Glee and Four Oaks 2017

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Following the success of the Bathgate Horticulture range, Bathgate will be showcasing their full range of products including new editions at Glee and Four Oaks in September.

Bathgate?s Champions Blend range?now features Seed and Cutting formulation and the Extra-large Planter, which sit alongside their award-winning Champions Blend Compost. The new products have been well received by retailers and growers alike, with excellent results being reported.

Bathgate?s John Innes range?now includes an Ericaceous option as well as, smaller 10 litre bags of John Innes 1, 2 and 3. The expanded Bathgate Horticulture range also includes new 50 litre premium quality certified?Play Grade Bark.

Bathgate’s Champions Blend All Purpose Compost won the award for Best Retail Product or Service at Four Oaks last year. Judges said that the compost “brought together probiotics, volcanic rock dust and natural seaweed extract in one easy mix for amateur gardeners.”

Bathgate?s compost has received several endorsements by professional growers and horticultural enthusiasts, including broadcaster and writer Terry Walton and Mike Smith of Tom Smith Plants.

The Bathgate Horticulture range offers the highest quality growing media and associated products, manufactured to market-leading standards.

Visit Bathgate Silica Sand?s stand E 123-125 at Four Oaks, Farm Lane, Cheshire on 5th-6th September and stand 20N36-P37 at Glee, NEC, Birmingham on 11th-13th September.

Bathgate Horticulture is a range of products from Bathgate Silica Sand, an independently-owned company that has been established for 100 years and is part of the Bathgate Group.

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