Stewart Garden assures quality with British made non-electric propagators

Stewart Garden, the gardening products division of UK manufacturer, Stewart, is reminding retailers to stock up on quality assured British manufactured non-electric propagators ready for the growing season.

Stewart Garden assures that every product manufactured at its state of the art facility in Banbury is of consistently high quality.

Stewart Garden believes in creating products that make growing and nurturing pleasing and rewarding. Its range of flower pots, propagators and watering products help consumers breathe new life into their garden, giving an experience beyond the purely functional.

Stewart Garden Essentials Unheated Propagator

The Stewart Garden Essentials Unheated Propagator is available in two sizes, 38cm 52cm.

This simple-to-use propagator has a rigid Thermoform cover and adjustable ventilation.

38cm Essentials Unheated Propagator, RRP (recommended retail price) ?4.99

52cm Essentials Unheated Propagator, RRP ?9.99

Stewart Garden Premium Unheated Propagator

With a high clarity Styrene cover and adjustable ventilation, Stewart Garden assures quality from its premium non-electric propagators. Available in four sizes:

22cm Premium Unheated Propagator, RRP ?3.99

38cm Premium Unheated Propagator, RRP ?7.99

52cm Premium Unheated Propagator, RRP ?15.99

67cm Premium Unheated Propagator (window sill size), RRP ?13.99

Gavin Wray, channel manager at Stewart Garden, said: ?Many growers are environmentally conscious about using energy. This range is for them.?

Stewart Garden engages with customers through its love of gardening, strong heritage and trust. The company uses the latest production techniques and quality systems.

In 2011 Stewart Garden?s Heat and Grow Thermostatic Propagator came top in the Which? Gardening Best Buy windowsill propagators test.

Stewart Garden?s grow your own products, pots, watering equipment, propagators and garden accessories are available in over 1,600 outlets across the UK and Eire. These include DIY outlets such as Homebase and Wilkinsons and garden centres such as Dobbies and Klondyke/Strikes, Wyevale and over 600 independent garden centres.

Stewart is celebrating its 70th anniversary as a UK manufacturer of gardening products in 2015.

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