Hum pots now available in 3 sizes

by | Jul 13, 2017 | News, Products | 0 comments

Responding to customer demand, British manufacturer Hum is launching its eye-catching patterned pots in three sizes.

Previously only available in one size, Hum’s British-made products now come in Small, Medium and Large. These exciting new products will be on show at the Hum stand at Glee, Birmingham (stand 20M42) and at Spoga + Gafa in Cologne (hall 9.1) this year.

They bring a splash of colour and style to any space, from patios and gardens to balconies and conservatories. And the new small pot, is 15cm making it ideal for windowsills too.

Made in Britain, the plastic pots are fade-resistant and frost-resistant.?They can be used in a variety of ways indoors or out, as they come without drainage holes.?Product reviews are effusive, with customers commenting:?”Stunning designs.?Beautiful pots excellent quality”, “Fun design”?and “Decorative and hard-wearing”.

The company is a rapidly growing British manufacturing business, with significant exports to the USA. The additional sizes give the product new marketing and packaging options, including a gift set of 3 small pots, or a co-ordinating set of small, medium and large.

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