Smart Garden confirms biggest ever product expansion

by | Sep 5, 2017 | Community, News, Product News, Products | 0 comments


Smart Garden Products is well known as a company that drives innovation and offers retailers unrivalled bestselling ranges. The 2018 season will be no different as the company confirms its biggest ever product launch at Glee 2017, including extensive new garden d?cor collections under a new brand called Flamboya.

Sales of garden d?cor products have increased dramatically in recent years, as consumers look for low-cost yet effective ways to personalise their garden spaces. Smart Garden has already successfully tapped into this area with its Ornamental, Topiary, Obelisks, Arches, Wind Spinner and M?nagerie collections. The new-to-market garden d?cor products ? accounting for over half of the 300 new products being launched at Glee ? will not only complement existing ranges, but will also afford even more choice, whilst significantly expanding the breadth of Smart?s overall offering.

With a wide selection of add-on and impulse items to bolster existing garden gifting ranges, along with eye-catching practical merchandisers, Smart?s new garden d?cor proposition will provide retailers with a true point of difference and deliver a valuable one-stop-shop resource for all their garden d?cor needs.

Jonathan Stobart, managing director at Smart Garden Products said: ?We are incredibly excited to showcase our latest garden d?cor developments at Glee 2017. We?ve worked hard to create a comprehensive range, which we felt deserved its own brand, Flamboya, and are confident that our retail partners will be very impressed with the breadth and quality of product available. Full details are being kept firmly under wraps until the show, but rest assured it will be worth the wait!?

To find out more, be sure to visit the company at Glee 2017 ? Hall 18, stand L20-M21. Further details about the company?s existing garden d?cor collections can be found at, or contact your sales manager.

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