Chelsea Flower Show top product shortlist revealed

Products shortlisted for the Chelsea Flower Show Garden Product of the Year 2012 include Town & Country's Weedmaster gloves and Darlac's Bamboo Children's Hand Tools.

Town & Country's Weedmaster gloves - image: Town & Country
Town & Country's Weedmaster gloves - image: Town & Country

The RHS will announce the shortlisted plants next week.

 

Shortlisted products:

Access Half Growhouse, by Access Garden Products

Threadhoe, by Agralan

Keo Cordless Garden Saw by Bosch Lawn & Garden

Kneelo™ Ultra Cushion Knee Pads by Burgon & Ball

The Back Door Gardening Bag by Carrier Company

Bamboo Children’s Hand Tools by Darlac

The Crucello by David Harber

Jubilee Spiral by Gaze Burvill

Harrod Slot&Lock Framework Building System by Harrod Horticultural

Tango E5 by John Deere

Prometheus Landscape Range by Prometheus Lighting Instruments

Meadow in My Garden by Solar Technology

Aliplanter by Squareroot Planters

Weedmaster Damask and Floral Gloves by Town & Country

Garden Trunk by Wilstone House and Garden


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