Smart Garden?s GroZone setting the new standard in patio greenhouses

by | Aug 9, 2017 | Community, News, Products | 0 comments

Innovation and modern, functional design is at the heart of everything Smart Garden does. The company?s latest offering, GroZone, is no exception. Launched last year, the original GroZone Max reinvented the humble patio greenhouse, repositioning it as a high-quality and credible part of the Grow Your Own category. This journey is set to continue with six new designs bolstering the portfolio in 2018.

Launching to the garden retail market at Glee, these new greenhouse options will build on the design concept introduced in 2016, creating a truly comprehensive range for the coming season. The latest innovative designs will offer something for all core growing needs, from an entry-level Tomato GroZone through to a Pro-Tunnel GroZone Max. As with all products in the range, the new additions will benefit from the GroZone?s exacting standards including high specification, greater strength, durability and flexibility, ease of use and extra capacity.

Not only this but Smart Garden will also be introducing a complementary range of accessories including shelving and replacement covers.

Jonathan Stobart, managing director at Smart Garden said: ?Our GroZone offering is a hugely exciting part of the Smart portfolio, and one that provides our retail partners with a fantastic opportunity to advance their growhouse offering with a quality product range which will generate volume sales.

?With GroZone, gone are the days of cheap, poorly made patio greenhouses that offer little consumer confidence or brand loyalty. In their place is a range of growhouses that not only meets the customers? growing needs, but does so in an attractive and lasting way. Our latest designs ? launching at Glee later this year ? will offer even more choice for both consumers and retailers, which we have no doubt will translate into another year of thriving sales and increased profitability.?

To find out more, be sure to visit the company at Glee 2017 ? Hall 18, stand L20-M21. Further details about the existing GroZone collection can be found at contact your Sales Manager.

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