Empathy launches new lawn care and house plant products

by | Sep 14, 2021 | News, Product News, Products | 0 comments

Natural gardening brand Empathy has launched four new products at Glee 2021 – two new additions to the existing Supreme Green Lawn Care range and two house plant feeds.

After Plant House Plant and After Plant Orchid pump & feed contain seaweed extract and plant derived amino acids. The 100% organic formulas are designed to stimulate healthy and vigorous growth for all indoor plants and promote better flowering in orchids. RHS endorsed and certified by the Organic Farmers & Growers Association, the ready to use formulas deliver a 2ml dose for quick, mess free application.

The company’s Supreme Green Lawn Care range launched in 2020 will now include a repair option and larger lawn seed pack. Lawn Patch & Repair is designed to repair damaged areas of the lawn quickly and easily using a unique blend of grass seed, soil conditioner, coir and active biology, in the form of rootgrow™ mycorrhizal fungi.

A 3kg Supreme Green Lawn Seed will be available for 2022, complementing the existing 500g and 1kg options. ​​ Containing high quality seeds selected for their ability to establish quickly, plus rootgrow™ mycorrhizal fungi to support root growth and the supply of nutrients, helping to produce a hardwearing and beautiful lawn for everyday use. Each is packaged in eco-friendly paper with a recyclable plastic handle.

Speaking about the new additions, Simon Taylor, Empathy’s business development director said: “The new additions to our range are in line with the Empathy ethos that has been present since we entered the market; to produce biological products that support plants and the soil naturally. 

“Our Supreme Green Lawn Care range has been incredibly successful since its launch, therefore adding to it will give retailers even more natural lawn care options. In addition, preliminary feedback from our customers indicates that our house plant feed will be an instant success thanks to its competitive price point and easy application.”

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