VegTrug adds wildlife range for Glee

Planter company VegTrug will be extending its wildlife product range as well as launching a second generation of its V-shaped VegTrugs at this year's Glee (Birmingham NEC September 14-16).

The wildlife range expansion follows on from its Tweetie range of bird feeders and bird boxes first shown at Glee 2014.

Visitors will be able to see the latest Tweetie range, which features the Tweetie Pad bird box and Tweetie Feeder bird table, on the VegTrug stand (17Q30 – R31), along with sister products aimed at bats, bees, butterflies and other insects.

Chief executive Joe Denham said: "VegTrug will be able to provide a suitable home for most Great British garden dwellers, thanks to our very active new product development programme."

The latest VegTrug has new styling, new features and new materials alongside the traditional plantation grown cedar.

Denham added: "Glee is one of the most important shows in our calendar and as such is the perfect platform on which to unveil our latest wildlife range of products, as well as our much-anticipated second generation of VegTrug v-shaped planters."

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