Gardman launch hosepipe ban-beater promotion

Gardman is offering a 'Beat the Hosepipe ban' promotion to its retail customers hosepipe ban due to begin on 5 April spur a rush for water saving devices.

One of Gardman's 'hosepipe' ban-busting range of watering cans - image: Gardman:
One of Gardman's 'hosepipe' ban-busting range of watering cans - image: Gardman:

Gardman's product offering includes a range of watering cans, a water butt, water savers for pots, Waterwick capillary matting and Watergel in a number of sizes, some discounted by 30%. 

"Gardeners are very concerned about keeping their gardens looking fresh and healthy and while they can’t use their hosepipes for general watering, there are many other options to keep treasured plants, fruit and vegetables alive," said Gardman marketing director Jane Lawler. 

"This promotion is our contribution to help them make the most of the water they have."


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