Brundle Gardener launch Greenwall vertical planting system

by | Feb 28, 2016 | News, Products | 0 comments

Brundle offers a new concept for creating stunning garden displays in a range of shapes and sizes to suit outdoor spaces.

The perfect solution to increasing the growing space for plants, herbs and fruits in a range of outdoor spaces has been unveiled by Brundle Gardener.

The GreenWall Vertical Planting System is ideal for growing a wide variety of flowers, fruits and herbs against walls, sheds and fences or just free standing.

Utilising an innovative modular fixing system, the planters and corners link together to offer varying heights or widths to suit all gardening needs.

Paul Smith, business manager at Brundle Gardener, said: ?We are excited to be selling this innovative product to garden centres which we believe will help garden centres sell more plants and appeal to customers looking to brighten up an area.

?The vertical planting system is ideal for any size garden or outdoor area ? whether that be decking, a patio, balcony or allotment.

?It is perfect for covering up that tired old shed or unsightly refuse bins that spoil the view or it can simply be a freestanding vertical garden – making it perfect for all manner of smaller spaces.?

GreenWall also features an effortless watering system which can be either manual, using a watering can or automatic at various levels.

The planting system was initially unveiled by Brundle Gardener at trade shows last year, receiving some excellent feedback ahead of its release.

Designed by Brundle Gardener, Paul added: ?It?s great to have this manufactured in the UK and the stock turnaround times this offers.?

For more information on this product, please visit www.brundlegardener.co.uk or phone 0131 335 5955.

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