Fallen Fruits introduces balcony garden range

Using the strap line, Welcome to my Balcony, garden gift and furniture company, Fallen Fruits is launching a contemporary designer collection of furniture, pots, planters and giftware all aimed at balcony gardening.

Called MyBalconia, the range is desigend for foldaway space saving.

The MyBalconia collection includes tables and chairs in grey, leaf green, white, red, blue, black and natural colourways, many of which fold away when not in use, but which extend to provide more  space for alfresco dining.  Using the same colour themes the range also includes half pots, planters and watering cans for positioning against a wall and other versions which hook onto or clip over a balcony rail. There are also balcony-friendly parasols, mats, lights, drinks holders and a barbecue option. MyBalconia also includes a range of gnomes.

RRPs start from £2.99 for a small pot to £699 for a set of furniture. 

Fallen Fruits managing director Michael Hall said: "This is a really important collection which opens up the potential for balcony living to combine ‘statement’ style with charm, fun and complete practicality.  It’s a real opportunity for garden centres expand their appeal to a new set of consumers."

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