Introducing Zest 4 Leisure’s stunning new products for 2020

Company: Zest 4 Leisure
  • Appleton Gazebo
  • Pyramid plant display
  • Raised herb planter
  • Rio set

Award-winning Zest 4 Leisure, which manufactures and sources FSC® Certified timber garden furniture, fencing, trellis, gazebos, arches and a wide range of planters, is introducing a stunning range of new products for 2020 at this year’s Glee.

The in-house design team has worked hard to create a range of products based upon current and future market trends, and in response to customer feedback.

Central to the new range is the elegant Santorini Swing which has been designed with comfort and style in mind. It features bowed laminated supports and side trellis panels giving it a beautifully enhanced look and offers uninterrupted panoramic views of the landscape. With a new shape canopy, the Santorini Swing is a focal point for any garden or outside space.

The Appleton Gazebo is perfect for cooking and dining al fresco. With extra roof height, an open entrance and slatted side panels, all of which give maximum ventilation, the Gazebo has a very open feel and is ideal for providing shelter while cooking on a BBQ. The solid panel back gives privacy and protection from a breeze, whilst the curved roof with apex supports gives a solid and stylish look.

Ideal for entertaining friends and family, the elegant Rio Hardwood Bench, 2 Chair & Coffee Table Set is made from Jatoba wood, a Brazilian cherry or walnut hardwood which gives it a reddish colour and a very smooth finish. Built to the highest standard, the modern lines give the set a contemporary look.

Following the success of the space-saving Vertical Herb Planter and the GIMA finalist Stepped Herb Planter, a new Raised Herb Planter is joining the grow your own range. Featuring 10 separate compartments, herbs can either be grown individually in pots or planted. It also features a built-in shelf which can be used for storing tools, pots or gardening equipment.

The easy to assemble new Diamond Raised Bed gives the illusion of a diamond shape with four tiers stacked on top of each other. This shape creates smaller spaces for planting and is ideal for cascading plants.

The space-saving Pyramid Display Stand has been designed to display not only plants, but also lanterns, and other stylish decorative items, combining both outdoor and indoor living. It comes flat packed, with pre-assembled hinged apex supports and ready-built shelves.

The Manhattan Plant Surround is another new addition to the Zest range. With a multi-level base, it can be adjusted to any height making it ideal for a range of plants - from a cluster of colourful flowers to a fruit tree in a large pot. The look is contemporary and the surround is sure to make a bold statement in any garden or patio.

Zest is launching a decorative aggregate range at this year’s Glee. It includes a choice of coloured decorative gravel, MultiCem Mix® and pre-crated rockery stone, all of which are packed and stored at Zest’s Saltney depot.

Steve Morgan, Managing Director at Zest 4 Leisure commented: “This aggregate compliments our timber garden products allowing gardeners to easily change the look and feel of their outdoor space. Decorative aggregate has been introduced in response to customer demand and I’m pleased to say is now available and can be ordered alongside our timber range.”

Zest is also launching the Tiverton Charity Planter to raise money for Greenfingers. The new planter has been designed in-house by the Zest design team, and with an RRP of £14.99, for every planter sold, £2.50 will be donated to Greenfingers Charity. Zest 4 Leisure has set a target to raise £10,000 for the charity.

To see the new products and find out more information, visit the Zest 4 Leisure stand at Glee #20Z30, or visit

Manufactured from pressure treated timber, Zest 4 Leisure’s garden furniture is low maintenance, and will stand the test of time with a 10-year guarantee against rot. The timber used is certified by the Forest Stewardship Council and has been harvested from responsibly managed forests.

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