Brundle Gardener blooming with best Glee show ever

by | Oct 1, 2016 | News | 0 comments

A bold decision to hold their biggest exhibition space yet has reaped rewards for Brundle Gardener who have hailed their Glee show experience as the best ever.

The company said it was delighted with the success of last week?s renowned show with their showpiece products proving popular.

Brundle business manager Paul Smith said: ?This was our fourth year at Glee and it was quite simply our best one yet.

?After a successful 2015 Glee, we took the instant decision to increase our exhibition space and this helped give our products more impact.

?Over the last few years, we have established a strong reputation as a credible supplier and our experience at Glee has further enhanced this.?

Products proving popular included the award-winning London fireball, which depicts iconic landmarks from the capital, the GreenWall Vertical Planting System and stylish raised bed planters, which has seen the company transform an existing product to create a design to suit gardeners with all abilities.

Eye-catching rattan furniture, space-saving sheds and Brundle?s popular and extended range of children?s furniture were also a success.

Business manager Paul Smith said: ?As the UK?s biggest garden and outdoor living tradeshow, Glee is always very special and we were not disappointed.?

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