Stewart Garden on trend with new Essential Planters range

by | Feb 3, 2016 | News | 0 comments

The recently extended Essential Planters range from Stewart Garden will create instant appeal to your home or garden, however large or small, whatever your colour scheme.

Ideal for the indoors and outdoors, the range lets you add this year?s on trend colours even in shady growing areas. All gardeners will delight in the infinite scope for creativity provided by a collection comprising of nine colours and three sizes.

?Colours this season transport us to a happier, sunnier place where we feel free to express a wittier version of our real selves,? wrote Leatrice Eiseman, executive director of the Pantone Colour Institute? in the PANTONE Fashion Colour Report Spring 2016: A Transporting and Transformative Canvas.

Pantone colours in vogue for spring 2016 include Iced Coffee, Peach Echo and Serenity. Among the colour options in the Stewart Garden Essential Planters range are mocha, cherry and light blue, reflecting these latest fashions and current tastes. Other colours in the planters range include:

? terracotta
? dark green
? black

The new colours for 2016 are:

? cornflower blue
? lavender
? Pistachio

The planters are available in 27cm, 33cm and 39cm sizes and cost ?2.99, ?3.99 and ?4.99 respectively.

Made from high quality plastics, Stewart Garden?s Essential Planters are tough, durable and guaranteed to withstand seasonal frosts and ultra violet rays, so resist fading. They?re strong, yet light and easy to move around, even when full of compost and plants.

The Essential planters are perfect for tulips, which also come in a wide variety of colours. Along with 2016?s other hotly tipped flowers, calla lily and roses, tulips make ideal Easter and Mother?s Day gifts.

You can make a real statement by colour matching tulips to your Stewart Garden Essential Planter. As well as catching the eye, they?ll be portable and fully protected.

Planting tulips is simple. The only real rule is to use enough bulbs to make a vibrant display. The usual rules about distance between bulbs in the garden are suspended. In fact, bulbs in pots can virtually touch each other or even be planted in staggered layers above each other.

Gavin Wray, channel manager at Stewart Garden, said: ?As people?s tastes evolve, so do we. We go to great lengths to learn exactly what customers want in their gardens and respond with high quality products that reflect current and projected trends and tastes. The
Essential Planters range is the latest example of this commitment.?

Stewart Garden has a range of grow your own products, pots, watering equipment, propagators and garden accessories that available in over 1,600 stockist across the UK and Eire. These include DIY retailers such as B&Q, Homebase and Wilko and garden centres such as Dobbies and Klondyke/Strikes, Wyevale and over 600 independent garden centres.

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