Glee 2017 – Landscaping & Garden Decoration

 Glee’s dedicated Landscaping and Garden Decoration sector is set to provide an unrivalled showcase of influential brands and leaders in garden and landscaping design. 
The visual focus of the exhibition, featuring stunning displays, Glee Landscaping & Garden Decoration is a must-see section of the show, featuring many best-practice examples of how to cross-sell products in situ. This revitalised area will also look at how retailers can better profit from a mixture of hard landscaping, and those decorative elements that help to complete most garden design projects.
From hard landscaping and aggregates to fencing, garden buildings and decorative accents such as pots, structures, soft landscaping, statuary, water features and timber supplies, Landscaping and Garden Decoration has everything to help garden retailers, builders’ merchants and landscapers to maximise those products that create the framework of every garden.  What’s more, it will also be the place to spot future garden landscaping trends, innovative new products and the next top-selling product.
Exhibitors confirmed so far for the 2017 show include Apta, Albany Shed, Melmar Stone, Kelkay, Woodlodge, Deco-Pak, Deroma, Cadac, Onduline, Ascalon, Blakeway Stone, Tree Locate, M&M Timber, Innovision Global, Jagram, Eden Greenhouses, Kieft & Sons, Protek, Pots of Distinction, Fitrite, Philip Raskin Planters, Hamac, Hutton Garden Products, Ivyline, Meadowview Stone, The Pot Company, Bathgate Silica and Terrastyle.
Matthew Mein, Glee Event Director told The Landscaper,   “The show is set to be a showcase for some of the biggest brands and niche suppliers from across the industry.  We’ve no doubt that any garden designer or landscaper attending will be pleased with the variety and quality of exhibitors on offer.  Not only this but they will also be amongst the first to see the latest trends and new products from the widest selection of brands – helping them to get ready for the 2018 season with the strongest product sources possible.”
NEC Birmingham 11-13 Sept 2017


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