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Home & Garden Group of nine garden centres goes into administration
Gardman reactivates King's Lynn site and re-employs ex-staff in the aftermath of Daventry fire
'Redfields Plus' wows customers in Nottingham
Garden Pride takes on new range of hanging baskets
Beast from the East MkII delivers trading blow
Wyevale Nurseries has the highest sales week in history
Resolva Pro TV Ad - sneek preview
Two more Bunnings Warehouse stores open despite ongoing fears that owners Wesfarmers will quit UK
Plant sales halve during cold snap
Wyevale offer £5 voucher to spend in store this weekend
Green-fingered gardeners at Squire's raise money for Greenfingers
Deco-Pak gets creative with sales support
Kelkay is recognised as one of Yorkshire’s fastest growing businesses
Early signs of success for VivaGreen MossOff and Johnsons Lawn Seed
Horticultural Action Plan launched in Scotland
Pets gets its own dedicated sector at Glee
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Chris Patemen quits as HTA Chairman
Garden product sales go back into hibernation
Mulch ado about nothing for growing media sales
Onion Sets Red Baron flies back to the top
Cold weather doesn’t help Wild Bird Care sales
Bord Na Móna Horticulture announces new Head of Horticulture – Mark Higgins
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Garden Pride takes on new range of hanging baskets
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Following the success of the relaunch in September 2017, Garden Pride have taken on several new lines of hanging baskets, coco liners, jute liners and pre lined troughs.


Maxine Vincent from Garden Pride has said:
“We have always stocked large ranges of standard and premium hanging baskets however over the last couple of years we have begun to dabble in a lot more pre lined products and replacement liners.


"The success of those items has led us into investing in a much larger range for 2018 which is now all in stock and ready for immediate delivery.


"We have introduced the Hens Mesh range, this consists of 7 products all of the same style ranging from hanging baskets, to herb planters and wall planters.


"Having an array such as this allows garden centres to stock our whole range whilst still having a variety and for customers to be able to continue a theme throughout their gardens. We also have a new ‘Gothic’ range which is more contemporary featuring 3 hanging baskets. A round, square and tear drop style basket.


"Focusing on the more traditional garden essentials we have 3 new trough planters, all coming pre lined and with replacement liners available to buy separately.


"After speaking to customers, we have determined the 3 most used sizes are 24”, 30” and 36”.

"We also have a pre lined wrought iron hanging basket which comes in 12”,14”,16”,18” again with replacement liners available. All of our individual liners come separately labelled and many have merchandisers for ease of displaying them."

Order fast for delivery before Easter.


Sales Office: 01903 761222
Luke Finnegan (Sales Manager): 07764 225870

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