Kelkay adds 100 products to range

With approaching 100 new lines for 2017 Kelkay is aiming to broaden the appeal of landscaping projects to a wider audience including less experienced gardeners and those with smaller spaces to care for.


In the aggregates category, there’s three new regular colours and textures to add to the range including shiny Black Slate. Kelkay has also added four new ‘Rockin Colour’ shades including Lime Time. The whole range is available in standard large bags or bulk bags for home delivery.

The New Pot Toppers range, packed in smaller bags to more easily carry home, has been launched to cater for indoor and patio gardeners who need just small quantities of coordinating stone or gravel for containers. It comes in eight different colours.

Kelkay’s new Artificial Grass is available in Classic and Luxury as well as three play grass variants. 

In the Borderstone paving range, Kelkay has added Sawn Limestone in two sizes with sawn edges to give a smooth surface with minimum joints. And in natural Sandstone they’ve added random stepping stones in five variants of shape and colour, plus two additional edging stones.


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