Gardman unveils new logo and Glee launches

This year Gardman are back at Glee (Birmingham NEC 11-13 September stand 19E30-G31) with four core initiatives, new product development including holographic solar lighting, and a new logo.

Gardman's solar lighting launch is the ‘Stargazer Collection’ that features a holographic, 3D effect with a day time metallic look and night time shooting star effect.

Cole & Bright Professional new lights have a lumen output of up to 900 lumens, Gardman's brightest light.

The Butterfield Collection to EdenBloom is a range of realistic flower border stakes and a range of decorative solar lighting, including glass flower stake lights and The Willowdale Solar Light Collection of fairy solar lights.

There is also a range of realistic, maintenance-free artificial trees, hanging baskets and floral trellis.

New for 2018 is Moulton Mill Lightweight; a selection of smaller, lightweight, stainless steel tools
designed to appeal to the older consumer.

Grow It has a range of new aluminium greenhouses. There is also a premium range of plant support products launched under the Blacksmith brand.

Gardman’s Daffodil product link up with Marie Curie has raised £200,000 for charity.

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