With the recent hot weather encouraging everyone out into the garden and the threat of frost disappearing during May, David Coton is in no doubt that this is going to be a busy month.
If you're a fan of biOrb products, and in particular the popular LIFE range of aquariums, then you will be pleased to hear that Reef-One have announced the launch of the biOrb LIFE 15 litre.
Available in either black or white colours, the Life 15 stands at 407mm tall, is 290mm wide and 193.2mm from back to front. This size makes it ideal for your office desk or the kitchen worktop, not too big or out of place.
If you haven't guessed already, the aquarium holds 15 litres of water and can be set up as a coldwater or tropical freshwater tank, so you can put Goldfish, Neon Tetra or whatever your favourite fish is into this beautiful tank.
Lit by a standard LED light unit, as opposed to the Intelligent LED that comes with the larger Life tanks, helps to keep the price down. It is low voltage along with the air pump, and the accessories are all the same, including the service kit - so it's not confusing when you go to buy a replacement filter, air stone or anything else for the tank.
Visit our biOrb shop today for our full range of biOrb aquariums and accessories.
New products are the lifeblood of many industries and it’s no different in the gardening sector and most of us above a certain age will know the Rubbermaid brand well, particularly if you have ever been in the cleaning industry.
GLEE is the garden retail industry's annual show at the NEC in Birmingham. David Coton took the opportunity to visit this year's event to catch up on the news, visit current/potential suppliers and evaluate new products we would like to offer on GardenSite in the coming year.
I had never heard of Evika Greenhouses but when I walked into our annual Garden & Leisure Exhibition 2019 (GLEE) it was the only product I really saw. A brand new greenhouse brand is always going to get my attention but the sense that this was not only new, but different, kept my focus.
Although the growing season is slowly coming to an end, David Coton can suggest quite a few jobs that need to be done over the next few weeks, helping you make the most of what's left of summer and preparing for the arrival of autumn.