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.
Zest 4 Leisure is keen to extend their product portfolio and GardenSite will be there to see what all the excitement is about.
New Products at Glee
Zest 4 Leisure already boasts an extensive selection of timber products from pavilions and gazebos to fence panels and posts, so GardenSite will be on the Zest 4 Leisure stand at the Glee retail gardening show in Birmingham (15th - 17th September 2013) to see their splendid new range of ergonomically designed garden furniture and attractive feature pieces, including obelisks and hanging Flower Bells.
All their products are FSC approved and designed for stylish outdoor dining, there's something for every taste and budget. They offer exceptional value without compromising on quality or durability.
Zest 4 Leisure already offer the ergonomically designed Lily and Relax seats, and the range has been extended with the introduction of some eye-catching pieces, including a foot stool and side table, and the beautifully crafted Lily Rocking Chair.
These new additions will certainly offer the ultimate in relaxation, style and comfort.
The new Twilight Arch will definitely catch the public's eye and GardenSite's attention will also be drawn to some stylish obelisks that are bound to add interest to any border.
New creative ways to arrange climbing plants will be revealed in the form of a selection of hanging flower bells.
We can't wait to check out these new products from a company that has enjoyed rapid expansion of the past eighteen months due to their friendly, thorough and professional service.
Zest 4 Leisure are sure that existing and new customers will be delighted with their new products and GardenSite will be pleased to feature them in our garden centres and online in the coming months.
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