Furniture covers, propagation kit and essentials feature in Garland's new Worth Gardening brand

Garland Products of Kingswinford, West Midlands, is launching over 300 garden care and hardware items under a new 'Worth Gardening' brand.

Garland is enlarging its distribution facilities and has appointed Tony and Mark Dedman, formerly of Bosmere Products, to its team.  

Garland MD Miles Glendenning, of parent company Glendenning Plastics, said: "The introduction of the new brand is the latest move in a continuous investment programme, and we believe that the Worth Gardening brand will add significantly to the company’s growth."

On offer will be two ranges of barbecue covers and four ranges of furniture covers, garden bags and sheets.  There will also be a range of Wellington boot accessories including boot brushes, scrapers and bags. 

A large range of propagation items will also be available comprising vac formed trays and inserts, injection moulded trays, propagators, fibre pots and pellets.  There will also be a range of various other garden essentials, a range of Christmas bags and tree stands and a range of winter products that include snow shovels and ice scrapers.

Products will be on show at spoga+gafa in Cologne and Glee in September.


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