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New Sophie Conran for Burgon & Ball gifts launching at Spring Fair

This year at Spring Fair we're excited to be unveiling some gorgeous new designs in our Sophie Conran for Burgon & Ball range. A new gift-boxed heart-shaped trowel and new galvanized gardening accessories are launching at the show - and we have some Gift of the Year awards finalists, too! See us on Stand 4J86.
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New Sophie Conran for Burgon & Ball gifts launching at Spring Fair

This year at Spring Fair we're excited to be unveiling some gorgeous new designs in our Sophie Conran for Burgon & Ball range.

A new gift-boxed heart-shaped trowel combines irresistible good looks with perfect planting performance to make a gardening gift of distinction - one which has been shortlisted in the Gift of the Year awards. In addition, tapping into the Modern Rustic interiors trend, new gardening accessories in galvanized steel showcase the beauty of the material in which they’re crafted.

NEW: heart-shaped trowel

The covetable new Sophie Conran for Burgon & Ball heart-shaped trowel (RRP £22.99) is shortlisted in the Home and Garden category of the Gift of the Year awards. Useful for shallow digging and scooping when planting bulbs, bedding, or plug plants, the design is also ideal for container gardening. The trowel has eye-catching good looks, with a wide heart-shaped mirror-polished dish, waxed beech handle and solid brass ferrule etched with maker’s mark. The beautiful design, advanced technical performance and premium presentation in a gift box with gold accents make this trowel a thoughtful and impactful gift for any gardener.

NEW: watering cans

Picking up on the ongoing passion for houseplants, two new Sophie Conran indoor watering cans in galvanized steel combine visual appeal with functionality, offering a design quality any plant lover will be proud to own and display. Lending a timeless feel, the understated yet intricate texture of the galvanized finish is subtly stylish. These small indoor watering cans are beautifully balanced, with a slender spout for targeted pouring. Available in a choice of 1 litre (RRP £19.99) and 1.7 litre (RRP £26.99) sizes, they offer an appealing gift option for the houseplant fan.

NEW: seed organiser

Further extending on-trend gift options in galvanized steel, a new Sophie Conran seed organiser (RRP £25.99) is ideal for collecting, storing and organising seed packets. Again, the subtle texturing of the galvanized finish complements the Modern Rustic interiors look. The thoughtfully designed tin offers plenty of space for seed storage, with three roomy compartments for seeds. Calendar dividers sort seeds by month, with branding to highlight the organiser’s designer credentials, making a practical and chic gift for any gardener.

Awards success with a classic range

In addition to the new Sophie Conran items, visitors to the stand will also be able to see the varied design collections in our popular ‘RHS Gifts for Gardeners’ range. Featuring historic botanical artworks from the RHS Lindley Collections, these gifting favourites are shortlisted this year in the Gift of the Year awards’ ‘Gift of all Time’ category. Including price points for every budget and with regular new designs to pick up on emerging trends in gardening, the ‘RHS Gifts for Gardeners’ range has consistently delivered top-selling lines for retailers since its original launch back in 2013.

With a reputation for innovation and known for having a finger on the fashion pulse, we like to think that our stand is a must for all show visitors. Be sure to visit Stand 4J86 at Spring Fair to see the exciting new ideas joining the Burgon & Ball line-up of gorgeous gifts for gardeners.

 

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