Stewart Garden introduce new Versailles planter family

by | Sep 21, 2016 | News | 0 comments

Stewart Garden has extended its decorative range with the Versailles family of pewter effect planters.

Versailles echoes design themes often seen in formal, structured garden designs and planting arrangements where geometric shapes, symmetrical lines and neatly clipped edges prevail. Available in three shapes, they?ll be ideal for laurels, olive trees, privet, hedging, walkways and door features. The shapes are:

  • 70cm Trough: RRP ?29.99
  • 32cm Round: RRP ?19.99
  • 32cm Square: RRP ?19.99

As the leading contemporary garden brand, Stewart Garden tracks consumer trends and evolving tastes in planters closely. The company understands that real lead planters are popular, yet heavy, expensive and rare. However, it can produce stunning lead and pewter effect planters at the price points where demand is greatest. Stewart Garden?s expertise in recreating lead and pewter effects has enabled it to develop this unique new family of planters and a winning offer for retailers.

Alan Slack, marketing manager at Stewart Garden, said: ?Demand for lead and pewter effect planters has been consistently high over the last few seasons. We?ve seen demand grow as we?ve increased our offering and consumer choice. With the Versailles family, we anticipate sales for retailers will grow even further.?

Stewart Garden is able to produce rotationally moulded plastic planters without compromising the authenticity of their finish. This combination of exquisite design and robust manufacture has proved highly popular in the market with products such as the Varese Planters and Blenheim Copper Barrels enjoying exceptional sales success.

Stewart Garden loves gardens. It?s a leading grow-your-own and contemporary garden lifestyle brand, the market leader in premium plastic flower planters, including self-watering plant containers, and the voice of authority in premium consumer propagation.

Stewart Garden is a proud UK manufacturer. Its products are available in over 1,600 outlets across the country, including DIY retailers such as B&Q, Homebase and Wilkinsons. They?re also widely stocked at garden centres such as Dobbies, Notcutts and Wyevale and in over 1,000 independent garden centres.

For more information, visit?www.stewart-garden.co.uk

more latest news ➡

Wellbeing at Pugh's Garden Centre

Wellbeing Winners at Pugh’s Garden Centre

Pugh’s Garden Centre is a well-known, and highly-regarded garden centre in South Wales. Set up by Sydney Pugh in the 1940’s, it originally started as a wholesale fruit and vegetable grower working from a nursery and selling from the gate. In the 1960’s, Sydney’s...

Cherry Lane acquires Norwich garden centre

Cherry Lane acquires Salhouse Garden Centre near Norwich

A garden centre on the outskirts of Norwich is under new ownership and it will be revamped over the coming months. The Cherry Lane group has acquired Salhouse Garden Centre in Honeycombe Road, which is its 18th site. It has garden centres throughout East...

job opportunity at Grimsby Garden Centre

Unique Garden Centre Business Manager opportunity

Grimsby Garden Centre is excited to share this opening for a Garden Centre Business Manager which is rewarding career opportunity that combines retail management with making a difference in the local community. As Grimsby Garden Centre is owned...

Prosper and Yorkshire Garden Centres part ways

Prosper Bidding Farewell to Yorkshire Garden Centres

Prosper, a leading buying group committed to supporting enterprise and growth within our industry, announces the departure of YGC, effective 30th September 2024. Terry Head Retail Director of Stewarts and Chairman of Prosper, stated, "YGC has been a supportive...

Kent & Stowe Autumn promotion

Kent & Stowe autumn promotion to help boost sales

Kent & Stowe, renowned for its high-quality gardening tools that help gardeners achieve extraordinary results has an array of enticing offers to support garden retailers this autumn. These promotions will encourage the nation to keep on gardening and ensure...

Yorkshire Garden Centres joins the Tillington Group

Yorkshire Garden Centres to join the Tillington Group

Yorkshire Garden Centres have announced that they are to join the Tillington Group.  The Bradford based business took over Tong Garden Centre in 2015 and now operate six centres across Yorkshire from the base at Tong. Mark Farnsworth, Managing Director of Yorkshire...

Dobbies charity appeal

Dobbies Garden Centres seeks new National Charity Partner

Dobbies has launched the search for its next National Charity Partner, as part of its 160th year celebrations. The new partnership will commence on 1 March 2025, following the conclusion of Dobbies’ successful nine-year collaboration with the Teenage Cancer Trust...

Banners for marketing

How Banners Generate Business for Garden Centres

In the verdant world of garden centres, where competition blooms as fiercely as the flowers on display, standing out is paramount to cultivating success. Amidst an array of advertising strategies, banners have emerged as a particularly potent tool for garden...

Read GCR's latest edition!

Subscribe ToThe Wednesday Word

Subscribe To
The Wednesday Word

 

Get all the latest news, events & more straight to your inbox every Wednesday.

You have Successfully Subscribed!

Pin It on Pinterest

Share This