Spoga+gafa to host 34 British companies

Britain’s garden and leisure industry will have a strong representation at spoga+gafa in 2013 with 34 companies exhibiting in a group organised by the Gardenex export federation.  Most of the companies will be located in the British pavilion in Hall 9.1.  Six of the companies are exhibiting at spoga+gafa for the first time. They are Briers, G Plants, Hug Rug, Harrod Horticultural, Hydrogarden and Snoblad.

UK items on display include solar powered watering systems, Royal Horticultural Society endorsed pergolas and obelisks, ‘grow your own’ seed varieties, British designed arbours, portable barbecues, pizza ovens, planters with internal watering systems and children’s garden clothing.  

Overseas buyers wishing to research and source the UK garden, leisure and pet products available from member companies within Gardenex, can obtain information from the Federation’s stand (Hall 9.1, Stand C32) which is housed within the British pavilion.

The British exhibitors and their products are as follows:

Bosmere Products Ltd (Hall 9.1, Stand D35) is showing its 2014 collection of i garden and home products.  Among the new products being introduced is a range of covers.
Briers Ltd (Hall 9.1, Stand D36) will launch a new children’s range called Cookie Cat and Dylan Dinosaur. 
Concept Research Ltd (Hall 9.1, Stand D34) is exhibiting a range of animal deterrents for the garden and home. 
DRiBOX Ltd (Hall 9.1, Stand D39) is showing its range of weatherproof electrical connection boxes. 
Flower Tower (Hall 9.1, Stand C30A) has extended its range of free-standing and wall-mounted tower planters to include a Midi and Mini version and a new design with larger planting holes for the Japanese and Far East markets. 
Gardenex (Hall 9.1, Stand C32) is the The Federation of Garden & Leisure Manufacturers.
Gardenskill Ltd (Hall 9.1, Stand D39A) produces a range of cloches, tunnels and plant protection cages.
Garland Products Ltd/Worth Gardening (Hall 9.1, Stand C30) is launching 90 new products for the 2014 season.  The new items include a full range of garden twines presented in shelf display boxes, a range of plastic coated wire plant supports, a range of self-assembly plastic shelving and a greenhouse unit with ventilated shelves.
G Plants Ltd (Hall 9.1, Stand D33A) is showing its ranges of gardening products, gifts and ornamental items.
Grillstream Barbecues (Hall 5.1, Stand D82) is launching a new ‘Ziggy’ portable twin burner barbecue.
GrowRings (Hall 9.1, Stand D30A) produces a range of flower beds and window boxes that pack flat for transit and display and are easily assembled by customers without the need for tools. 
Harrod Horticultural (Hall 9.1, Stand D32) manufactures fruit cages, arches, pergolas and plant support frames. 
Haws Watering Cans (Hall 9.1, Stand C34) is exhibiting its range of professional and traditional watering cans.
Home to Garden Ltd (Hall 9.1, Stand D37) produces garden ornaments, wind chimes, solar lights and glass and mosaic garden items.
Hug Rug (Hall 9.1, Stand E30) is exhibiting its UK-manufactured range of eco-friendly barrier door mats. 
Hydrogarden Wholesale Supplies Ltd (Hall 9.1, Stand E39) is exhibiting its range of hydroponic and propagation products.
Irrigatia Ltd (Hall 9.1, Stand C38) is showing its solar powered automatic watering and irrigation systems that require no electricity or a water-butt pump.  T
La Hacienda Ltd (Hall 5.1, D19A)) is the new worldwide distributor of ‘Heatmaster’ branded electric outdoor heaters.
Laura Ashley/Tenax UK Ltd (Hall 9.1, Stand C33) is showing its new Laura Ashley merchandising displays with a new garden range of products. 
London & Lancashire Rubber Co Ltd (Hall 9.1, Stand D31A) is exhibiting its domestic security and bird control spikes. 
 Nether Wallop Trading (Hall 9.1, Stand D33) is complementing its range of decorative garden birds with the addition of a laser-cut and powder-coated heron.
Porous Pipe Ltd (Hall 9.1, Stand D32A) is showing its range of Porous Pipe soaker hose products made from recycled materials. 
Rowlinson Garden Products Ltd (Hall 9.1, Stand E38) is showing its range of English country garden structures and buildings.
Smart Solar (Hall 9.1, Stand C24) is showing Bright Eye Cats and Bright Eye Owls and light string ranges.
Snoblad Ltd (Hall 6.1, Stand D55) is showing its multi-purpose tool that will clear snow, leaves, horse manure, street rubbish, grit, sand, and water and light waste materials.
Solus (Hall 9.1, Stand E35) is exhibiting Joseph Bentley and ChapelWood tools.
Stagecraft Display Ltd (Hall 9.1, Stand D31) is showing its retail plant display and shopfitting solutions.
Stewart Garden (Hall 9.1, Stand D38) supplies grow-your-own products, watering cans and butts, pots, propagators and garden accessories and sundries.
Straight plc (Hall 9.1, Stand D30) is showing its BeGreen and Harcostar home and garden products that include water butts, compost bins and recycling containers.
Strata Products Ltd (Hall 10.1, Stand G58) is a UK manufacturer of plastic items for watering, growing and garden decoration. 
STV International Ltd (Hall 6.1, Stand D51) is exhibiting its range of pest control products including the brand The Big Cheese. 
Suttons Seeds/Vilmorin Jardin (Hall 9.1, Stand C36), is expanding its range of flower, vegetable and herb seeds in 2014 with the addition of new  seed varieties.
Trimetals Ltd (Hall 6.1, Stand C51) is a producer of metal storage buildings.
VegTrug Ltd (Hall 9.1, Stand C36A) is exhibiting its raised bed vegetable growing systems.
Yardmaster International (Hall 6.1, Stand A43) is showing its metal garden buildings.

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