Glee awards entrants to showcase new products

Top entrants for the Glee New Product Awards garden and leisure section new product entries, to will be showcased at a central display in the piazza entrance of the show (halls 1 - 5) in Birmingham NEC 20-23 September are:

Bosmere Products
•  Patio Potato Planter Bag: Bag for 3-5 seed potatoes with draining holes. Holds 40 litres of compost.
•  Twine In A Tin: Strong 3 ply green jute twine in a tin.

•  Slug-Gard: Innovative physical barrier to protect extensive crop planting rows against slug & pest attack.
•  Pot-Maestro: Range of plastic drain plates with built-in stick support for plant pots.

•  Aqua Stop Connector: Easy-grip soft touch pads, makes detaching the connector easy, even when wet. Water-saving device.

Planit Products
•  H2GO Bag: A way of transporting up to 80 litres of water in a wheelbarrow where there is no hosepipe available.

Threesixty Innovation

•  Garden Angels Bamboo Tools: A visually striking and planet friendly product for gardeners seeking an individual and stylish tool range.

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