Gardman rolls out new ranges

Gardman has launched more than 250 introductions across its gardening and wild-bird-care ranges for the 2008/09 season.

More than 220 new gardening lines were launched at Glee last month, following almost 40 new wild-bird-care products introduced earlier in the summer.

Chairman Paris Natar said many of its large garden centre customers had increased their sales of Gardman products by between 25 and 50 per cent, adding: "Whatever the forthcoming season presents, through careful business management we will strengthen and develop trading partnerships."

New launches include Moulton Mill garden tools, Fleur's Garden and an extended G-Tools selection. Also new are environmentally friendly enviroGARD products and a range of grow-your-own lines, branded Grow It. Gardman has also widened its "sales booster" programme to offer more than 230 discounted products all year round.


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