Meadow View Stone unveil new Urban Living Collection for Glee 2017

1st September 2017

Meadow View Stone’s Urban Living range is the latest ultra-modern addition to their bestselling crated collection.

Specially selected to add definition and colour to city centre gardens, the Urban Living collection includes 4 distinctly new rounded pebbles that work well as toppings for plant pots or small beds. Available in handy 10kg pick-up packs, this collection helps to achieve a calm, contemporary look for smaller spaces and inner city retreats.

Marketing Manager, Millie Barlow said: “With the rise of Urban Gardening we are seeing people of all ages diversify the ways in which they access the outdoors. Traditionally gardening has been a hobby associated with more rural spots but through campaigns like Greening Grey Britain with the RHS we are seeing a significant change in attitudes towards inner city horticulture.

From tarmac driveways being replaced by gravel and soft planting to concrete courtyards being transformed into leaf-laden havens, many people are seeing the environment and health benefits of being close to nature in a built up setting. We’ve designed this collection with that in mind, even if you only have a small balcony to keep a few potted plants, you can still create an inviting plot that is well styled and low maintenance. ”

Pebbles are an ideal plant pot topper as they act as mulch for the soil beneath by protecting it from erosion, sunlight and weed growth. There is also a longer term economic benefit, whilst initially more expensive than the equivalent in bark which needs replacing every 12-18 month, pebbles last indefinitely.

Also, with the 10kg handy packs urban gardeners only need to buy what they’ll use rather than having an excess, an important factor if you’re limited on access to your garden or have little storage space.

For more information about the new products that Meadow View Stone are introducing for the 2018 season please visit us on Stand 20P20-Q21.

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