Award-winning Brundle Gardener prepares for biggest Glee exhibition yet

by | Sep 9, 2016 | News | 0 comments

Award-winning Brundle Gardener is looking to build on its trade show success when the company returns to Glee later this month.

Brundle started its 2016 trade show season by landing the ?Best New Product? at Solex after judges were impressed with their London fireball, the garden showpiece depicting iconic landmarks from the capital.

But the range of fireballs is just one of the standout products exhibited by Brundle as they prepare for their fourth appearance at the acclaimed event.

The company?s GreenWall Vertical Planting System which offers an ideal way of growing plants, herbs and fruits in a range of outdoor spaces is another feature product.

This will be alongside their stylish raised bed planters, which has seen the company transform an existing product by adding a corrugated effect and successful colours from the Brundle range, to create a design to suit gardeners with all abilities.

Their biggest exhibition space ever at Glee will allow Brundle to showcase a wider range of eye-catching products including rattan furniture, space-saving sheds and their popular and extended range of children?s furniture.

Business manager Paul Smith said: ?The trade show season is always a busy one with Gafa in between Solex and Glee.

?But it something we really enjoy at Brundle. It is great getting out and showcasing our bold range of eye-catching products.

?Glee is very special as it is the UK?s biggest garden and outdoor living tradeshow. We can?t wait to showcase our range at Glee in an even bigger and better way.?

Brundle?s stand at Glee can be found at Hall 18, stand K56.

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