Stewart Garden to present new launches at The Garden Press Event 2017

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Stewart Garden is returning to the Garden Press Event in 2017 in London in February.

The company is bringing a wide range of products to the event, including many new launches first seen at Glee 2016. On show on its stand, G104, will be:

  • The Varese low bowl, a new addition to the popular Varese planter family
  • The Versailles family, which echoes design themes often seen in formal, structured garden designs and planting arrangements where geometric shapes, symmetrical lines and neatly clipped edges prevail
  • The Lead Effect 32cm round planter, the newest launch in Stewart Garden?s Lead Effect range

Gardening journalists, writers, presenters and bloggers will be able to select products to review or feature from Stewart Garden?s vast range and meet the company?s marketing director, Juan Pillay.

Looking forward to the event, Juan said: ?The Garden Press event gives us the ideal platform to meet our industry?s leading media figures and present to them in detail many of the new products we put before trade buyers at Glee last September. We also welcome the opportunity to renew contact with journalists who came to our press day at our Banbury factory last March, where we celebrated 70 years of manufacturing in Britain.?

The Garden Press Event, organised by Media Events, is supported by GIMA, BHETA, HTA, BALI, HEA and the Garden Media Guild. It brings manufacturers and growers together with leading writers from the national and trade press, garden and home interest magazines and TV and radio garden broadcasters.

Stewarts is 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.

The 2017 edition of The Garden Press Event, the twelfth since the series launched in 2006, takes place at The Barbican Exhibition Centre, London, EC2Y 8DS on Thursday 16 February 2017.

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