Attending Glee, the leading garden and leisure industry show, was a great opportunity for Nathan Dodd to spot trends and anticipate products that will come onto the market in the near future.
Rowlinson (Rowgar) Garden Products have launched an exciting range of new products for 2013 to compliment their exisiting buildings, furniture, structures and planters, which we stock instore and sell online to customers throughout mainland UK.
For 2013 Rowlinson have again extended their arbour range to include two new exciting British built arbours which are supplied already painted in Ronseal; The Britannia Arbour and Bramble Arbour.
From the companys 'Baltic Connexions' in Estonia, they have added the Connor Leisure Building which includes an outside entertaining area as well as a useful secure cabin and is also available painted or unpainted.
In the metal range section they have introduced the Rowlinson Secure Store, which is a heavy gauge hinged fronted storage cabinet.
In the Grow Your Own section they have included the Premier Potting Station with an easy to work on zinc coated worktop. With the growing market on pots and planters, please see their premium Marberry Range of planters.
Also the spiked border roll is now available home delivered.
After the success of the six seater picnic table they have added an eight seater Round Picnic Table for outdoor entertaining.
Finally two additions to the FSC Hardwood range, the attractive Adirondack Chair and the Hampton Companion Seat.
If you want more details about any of these new products, or anything in the Rowlinson range, please call our Garden Centres on 0121 355 7701 and ask for David Coton, Nathan Dodd or anyone in the garden structures department.
You can see the entire range of Rowlinson Garden Products for sale at www.gardensite.co.uk/Rowlinson_Garden_Products/
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