Forest Garden looks ahead to Hampton Court Flower Show

by | May 24, 2016 | News | 0 comments

Forest Garden, the UK?s leading manufacturer of garden timber products, is getting set for a busy summer as they confirm their attendance at the RHS Hampton Court Flower Show (5th -10th July, Hampton Court Palace, Surrey).

Regular exhibitors at Hampton Court, this year the Forest stand will enjoy a prominent position next to the Long Water feature, and will also occupy a larger stand space than in previous years. Forest has confirmed that it will be zoning its stand in 2016, with products displayed in four distinct gardening themes ? Garden Elder, Alfresco, Garden Proud and Convenience Gardener ? all of which address key consumer demographics.

The Forest stand will feature a blend of large structures such as the traditionally styled Honeybourne Corner Summerhouse and Glasshouse, as well as the contemporary designed Venetian Pavilion, complemented by products drawn from the full portfolio. From planters, sleepers, obelisks, fencing and decking, plus the newest selection of timber garden furniture and bestselling products such as the Victorian Tall Wall Greenhouse, the Forest stand will be an inspirational guide to how timber products can be styled to create a range of beautiful garden settings.

The company?s Accessible Gardening range ? which is designed to make gardening easier and more enjoyable for anyone who needs to sit, kneel or stand to garden ? will also be showcased at Hampton Court. A selection of products from the range, chosen in conjunction with Forest?s Accessible Gardening charity partners, Thrive, will be on display.

John Gomersall, sales & marketing director at Forest Garden said: ?We?ve got an exceptionally busy summer ahead of us and we?re looking forward to every second of it. Events such as Hampton Court are fantastic showcases of inspiration and innovation from across the gardening industry and we?re pleased to be able to be part of this. A lot of work has gone into developing and designing our stand this year ? we sincerely hope the public enjoy it!?

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