Forest Garden launches showroom

Forest Garden's showroom at its Hartlebury headquarters near Kidderminster have opened for retailers to preview the company's 2018 product range.

The newly revamped showroom's focus for 2018 is for outdoor storage units.

They are UK-made and available in either overlap or shiplap timber cladding, with apex or pent roof designs, and are pressure treated to protect against rot.

The new collection for 2018 also features new planter designs, including the 3-tiered Plant Ladder Display which provides extra growing space for small outside areas. Round timber Gazebos and a newly designed Venetian Pavilion will also be introduced.

There are 30 new products set for launch next year – many of which are on display in the new 500 square metre showroom.

Marketing head Nicola Simpson said: "We are delighted to welcome customers to our updated facility, it’s really impressive.  We have re-designed the layout to make it easier for our customer to see the products, their quality and how they function.

 


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