Burgon & Ball are Gift of the Year finalists

Burgon & Ball?are pleased to announce that three of their?new product ranges are finalists in the Gift of the Year competition! The final judging will take place at Spring Fair with the winners announced on Sunday 1st February.

Love The Glove (finalist in the Fashion Accessories category) are gardening gloves with a difference! Technically advanced gloves printed with on-trend patterns, bright colours, metallics and decorative leather trim. All of the gloves in the range have ergonomically designed padded palms, breathable mesh fourcettes and adjustable wrist straps. Each design is available in 2 sizes ? S/M and M/L. Machine washable.

Essential Tools (finalist in the Under ?10 category – pictured above) is a range of thirteen eye-catchingly packaging essential tools that no gardener can do without! Innovatively designed, each tool addresses an everyday problem that gardeners face. For example the set of mini trowels has been designed to be just the right size for filling cell trays and the planting ruler has seed sowing holes plus a printed guide to ensure your vegetable plants are perfectly spaced. Appealingly presented and keenly priced, the products make excellent gifts.

The Sophie Conran Raspberry Collection (finalist in the Garden and Outdoor Living category) is a stunning range of high quality, outdoor living gifts designed by Sophie Conran and manufactured by Burgon & Ball. The range comprises gardener?s gubbins pots, with nine individually labelled pots for storing your garden bits and bobs, a clever indoor watering can for precise pouring, two pairs of gorgeous gardening gloves, herb pots, drinks trays and tea light holders. The bright raspberry colour not only makes the product eye-catching in store but adds a splash of colour to any potting shed or window sill. The perfect gift for stylish gardeners ? an extremely large but under-catered for market!


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