Society of Garden Designers Product of the Year finalists announced

Eight manufacturers have been shortlisted for the SGD Product of the Year competition.

Over 300 votes were cast by SGD members to help choose the products, ranging from women's gardening trousers to a traditional garden obelisk.

On the shortlist are:

  • Architectural Heritage - The Quercus Robur Seat
  • CED Natural Stone - Emperor Porcelain Paving
  • Gaze Burvill - Splash Lounge Collection
  • Genus - 3-Season Gardening Trouser for Women
  • GroundsCare Products - Ziplevel Pro2000 precision altimeter and level
  • Harrod Horticultural - Lichen green obelisk
  • Schellevis - Paving and landscaping elements
  • Urbis Design - The Lily Bowl

All the shortlisted products will be displayed at The Landscape Show (22-23 September 2015) in London where visitors to the show will be asked to vote for their favourite product to determine the overall winner. They can also be viewed at

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