Kent & Stowe to launch topiary and kids' tools

Kent & Stowe tools is introducing several new categories at Glee on stand 19G21.

The Westland-owned sub-brand of Crest Garden run by Nick Davies is launching a range of products to ‘clip, shape and maintain’ topiary.
Glee is held at Birmingham NEC (11-13 September).
"The involvement of children in gardening has been a feature of recent years, but child friendly equipment has not kept pace with demand", said Kent & Stowe, which has a new K&S Kids range of scaled-down lightweight ash-handled versions of adult tools. 
Further additions for 2018 include ‘Prepare, Plant and Grow’ for Potting and Planting, ‘Grow, Improve and Maintain’ for Lawn Care and ‘Improve, Shape and Control’ cutting solutions.

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