RHS licensing partners have a big presence at Glee

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Glee is the biggest showcase of RHS licensed product in one place.

From 10-12 September at the NEC in Birmingham, ten RHS licensees will have their own stands at the show.
 
The RHS brand is a major force in gardening, as the partners exhibiting at Glee will show.
 
Their offerings incorporate a diverse selection of products. They include everything from garden tools to seeds, to gardening boots and more.
 
Apta
A supplier of planters and accessories, Apta will be showing a range of indoor pot covers inspired by geometrical designs from books in the RHS library.
 
Burgon & Ball
The manufacturer of garden tools and accessories will show its RHS-endorsed tools and Gifts.
DJ Turfcare Equipment Ltd
The supplier of chemical-free lawn fertiliser products will show its endorsed organic fertilisers.
Gold Leaf
A maker of gardening gloves will exhibit the Gardening Glove Collection.
 
Harrod Horticultural
Harrod will show its endorsed arches, obelisks, trellises, plant supports and planters.
Kelkay
Kelkay will show its endorsed range, which includes horticulturalgrits, sands and stepping stones. The company is also launching a collection of fountains and arches.
Melcourt Industries Ltd
Melcourt will present endorsed peat-free garden products. The company is also showcasing an endorsed refillable bag for life.
Mr Fothergills Seeds Limited
Mr Fothergill’s is launching a new seed collection developed in partnership with the RHS.
RHS-endorsed bio fertilisers with rootgrow mycorrhizal fungi will be on show.
 
The Original Muck Boot Company
Fashion meets function in The Original Muck Boot Company’s range of endorsed boots.
 
Cathy Snow, Licensing Manager, says: “The RHS has enjoyed success across many categories. But we have always had a strong commitment to gardening.
 
Our licensing partners will output will turn heads at Glee.”

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