Burgon & Ball, the UK’s longest-established manufacturer of garden tools and accessories, will prove that bright is beautiful at this year’s RHS Chelsea Flower Show, with a range of new and innovative products for its twenty-first year at the event.
Taking centre stage is the new FloraBriteTM range of fluorescent RHS endorsed hand tools. Inspired by requests in previous years at the RHS Chelsea Flower Show for bright and ‘unlosable’ tools, these bright beauties will never get lost in the garden. The range includes cutting tools, trowel and fork, and stretch-fit gardening gloves – and the designs even have reflective details to glow under torchlight, in case they’re left out at night.
Also in its first Chelsea outing is Hip-Trug, a clever new gardening accessory that’s shortlisted as a finalist in the 2017 RHS Chelsea Garden Product of the Year Award.
This wearable container has been designed to free both hands for gardening jobs like deadheading and harvesting. Made from colourful neoprene with a sturdy spring steel clip, Hip-Trug’s holster attaches easily to pocket, belt or waistband. No more trying to carry more debris than your hands will comfortably hold, and no more bending down to a container or basket on the ground.
And for fans of the current trend for houseplants, the fresh and original botanical artwork of talented illustrator Brie Harrison will making its Chelsea debut on an exciting new range of gifts for home and garden. Fresh, fun and fabulous, the stylish new Brie Harrison for Burgon & Ball collection is right on trend. The range includes gardeners’ favourites like a secateur and holster set, a kneeler, and an indoor watering can.