Hozelock helps consumers create greener gardens

by | Jun 13, 2023 | Features, Highlight, Promotions | 0 comments

There has been a growing interest in sustainable gardening, with gardeners across the nation looking to limit the use of chemicals in favour of organic and natural solutions to help maintain and care for their outdoor space, leading to an increased demand for natural gardening equipment.

With the trend for green gardening set to continue, consumers are seeking products to support their natural gardening journey, to help reduce their impact on the environment.

Hozelock provides the perfect solution, offering a collection of gardening equipment that helps people connect with their garden and ensure it flourishes, while caring for the environment. It’s a common misconception that environmentally friendly solutions don’t achieve the desired effect, but Hozelock has combined innovative design features to produce the best results without harsh chemicals for a variety of gardening tasks.

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HOZELOCK’S RECOMMENDED PRODUCTS FOR GREENER GARDENING

EasyMix 2-in-1 Composter

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One of the latest Hozelock products allows gardeners to easily recycle their kitchen and garden waste, whilst improving the quality of their soil with nutrient rich compost.

The EasyMix 2-in-1 tumbling composter, benefits from a 100L capacity drum and produces compost in as little as six to eight weeks. The unique reservoir under the tank collects the compost liquid and the inclusion of the innovative ‘Click & Spray’ hose applicator allows gardeners to use this high-nutrient, natural liquid to feed plants.

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BioMix
An eco-friendly solution to protect plants from garden pests and diseases. Gardeners can harness the power of nature by making liquid plant feed from lavender and ivy grown in their garden, which can be used to repel aphids, ants, whitefly and red spiders.

 

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Green Power Evolution Thermal Weeder
An ideal product for garden centre retailers looking to diversify their weed control product offering, as the infrared technology allows users to remove weeds in a ‘green’ way. The flame within the product heats the ceramic plate, which sits within a safety shield, up to 800°C, causing a thermal shock to kill the weed, without the use of chemicals.

Visit https://www.hozelock.com to discover Hozelock’s full product portfolio.

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