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Product News Archive July 2015

Crest Garden delivers autumn value 15 July 2015
Crest Garden has revealed its range of autumn winners, offering consumers great value for money on essential products.

Fallen Fruits takes its cue from industry 15 July 2015
Fallen Fruits has launched a collection of garden furniture and accessories inspired by industrial metalwork, which blends 19th century heritage with contemporary trends.

Perfect pointing with Sika Everbuild 15 July 2015
Sika Pave Fix Plus from Sika Everbuild is an easy and hassle-free way to transform paving all year round.

Outback heats up the barbecue market 15 July 2015
A trio of newcomers took top spot on Outback International UK's stand at this year's Solex exhibition, with a level of trade customer interest that is forecast to put some heat into the 2016 barbecue market.

STV catches more flies 15 July 2015
The Fly Catcher is new to STV's The Buzz poison-free insect control range.

VegTrug finds plenty of support 15 July 2015
The new Windsor Collection of horticultural quality metal plant supports, obelisks and arches launched by VegTrug is proving a big success in the trade, according to the company.

Fallen Fruits cushions are second nature 15 July 2015
Fallen Fruits is offering a fun collection of printed garden cushions for the summer garden market.

Be comfortable in style with Leisure Grow 15 July 2015
Leisure Grow's Saigon range is made exclusively in Vietnam, where it has been crafted by hand to give the natural look and feel of wicker, says the company.

Outback takes barbecuing to new levels 15 July 2015
Amongst three newcomers on Outback International UK's stand at this year's Solex exhibition were Half and Full Drum charcoal barbecues.

Sterling presents chains and ropes range 15 July 2015
Sterling Locks' range of chains, ropes and related accessories has opened up another avenue of sales for stockists.

Duck Tape partners with Disney's Frozen 15 July 2015
Duck Tape is expanding its adhesive tape collection with a UK move into licensed tapes - starting with Disney's smash hit Frozen.

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