Woodlodge to launch new lightweight Magma collection at Glee 2018

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A red-hot product will be hitting the aisles of Glee this year as Woodlodge makes the?brand-new?Magma collection an? addition to their portfolio.

Woodlodge Magma collection

The Gloucestershire-based company supplies to over 2,000 garden centres and retail outlets. It has now created the new Magma Collection for urban gardeners looking to create a sleek outdoor space.
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Simple, elegant containers and angular shapes complement sharp, geometric designs.

EFSA?s recent Spring/Summer 2018 trend is ?California Cool? reflecting a very modern, design-oriented theme.
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Urban gardeners and millennials who love to stage themselves on social media will embrace this look.
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It pairs the natural world with futuristic elements and sleek designs.
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The Magma collection makes a statement with planters in a stylish contemporary design.
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The lightweight fibre planters are available in a selection of shapes, sizes and colours. They’re going to give outdoor spaces an instant update.

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Woodlodge has been prolific at trade shows so far in 2018, with their products showcased at many other events, including the world-famous RHS Chelsea Flower Show.

The company is also a supporter of the GCA, as well as a member of trade bodies GIMA and LOFA. The company were recent winners at the GIMA awards, bagging the GCA Supplier of the Year gong.

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