Exhibitors confirmed for the Glee Innovators Zone 2013

Glee has confirmed 15 exhibitors for its new innovators section. 

Bamboo Home makes a lumber product portfolio designed for outdoor use which spans decking, dimension lumber and wall cladding while Hammockology Wholesale is the Cork-based distributor to the UK and Ireland of Ticket To The Moon products, which include parachute silk hammocks.

Tidier Tools is a system for the garden shed which stores garden tools. Also showing is Romsley Leisure which will be showcasing its Therma-Table, which it says offers an alternative to traditional patio heating methods.

Other innovators include: Wacky Practicals selling pack-away lunchboxes and kettles and ‘Easi-Twist’ jar openers, Beagle Garden Products which wholesales The EasySet Mole Trap, Katy Mays which designs and manufactures hand-made wooden planters and Ecoworm whcih is an organic producer of concentrated fertilisers, specialising in extracting substances from earthworm vermicompost.
 
Gravitas International will be exhibiting its ‘Pots of Mythology’ plant pot range and Biostretch.com is a  new range of garden tie which stretches as the plant grows.
 
Rainwater Terrace is a self-sustaining system which allows for the reuse of rainwater, reducing required maintenance for flowers and plants stored in garden and patio areas, Grapes 2 Wine supplies wine kits, Truncator has a new chainsaw sawhorse, Axiski wholesales a sledge which offers the option to change position on the board, Popadome is a protective construct for covering newly seeded lawns or sensitive shrubs and flowers.

New names to the show include A W Tools, AnimAlarm, BeeMat, Bravura Foods, Catering Design Group, CJ Wildbird Foods, DWA Architects, Garden Connect, Holiday Plant Savers, Ivyline, Kog Designs, La-Z-Boy Outdoors, Neudorff, Popadome, Prodeko, TankFedIrrigation, The Green Olive Firewood Company, Toltex, Verdo and Zee.


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