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Whitefurze to showcase garden range at Spoga+Gafa and Glee

Following a string of successful appearances at a number of UK and European expos earlier this year, UK manufacturer Whitefurze Ltd will showcase its comprehensive garden range at Spoga+Gafa Cologne and Glee Birmingham this September.

 

The Coventry based company is a long-standing exhibitor in Glee's Garden Care hall and will now also showcase a full range of its core gardening products at the world's leading garden trade event, Spoga+Gafa.  

 

With a strong history of reinvestment, the privately owned company has continued to bring new products and ranges to market that deliver on value, functionality and design. The full Whitefurze product offer encompases over 800 SKUs and garden range expansion has been a focus in recent years. Range additions have included a full watering category as well as new planter ranges.

 

"Thanks to our ongoing programme of new product development, we are able to offer a full and comprehensive garden range which has international appeal and also presents a 'one-stop-shop' solution for retailers" says Whitefurze Managing Director Philip Lanni.

 

The Whitefurze garden range includes eight planter ranges; basic pots; propagation and composting lines; a full range of water butts, watering cans and accessories; garden accessories and seasonal lines. Recent new product launches include a range of self-watering planters and two garden storage solutions. The entire range is 100% made in Britain. 

 

"The breadth of our UK-made garden range means we are well positioned to take advantage of the opportunity that the international market presents and the popularity of 'Brand Britain' bodes well for our continued success".

 

The Whitefurze garden range will be on display at Spog+Gafa Cologne from 3-5th September (Hall 9.1 Stand A019) and Glee Birmingham from 11-13th September (Hall 18 Stand K20).

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