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A new collection of houseplant tools from Burgon & Ball

Indoor planting continues to be one of the hottest interior design trends around, and Burgon & Ball has for the first time turned its hundreds of years of tool-making expertise to indoor gardening, with the launch of a new collection of beautifully-crafted precision tools created specifically for houseplant care.
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A new collection of houseplant tools from Burgon & Ball
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A new collection of houseplant tools from Burgon & Ball

Burgon & Ball has for the first time turned its hundreds of years of tool-making expertise to indoor gardening, with the launch of a new collection of beautifully-crafted precision tools created specifically for houseplant care.

Indoor planting continues to be one of the hottest interior design trends around. Houseplants are the most popular they’ve been for a generation, and every stylish home has some plants - whether the homeowner thinks of themselves as a ‘gardener’ or not.

This new collection of specialist tools makes caring for houseplants easy, even for non-plant experts. Many homes reflect the current trend for indoor greenery – and this new houseplant care collection means everyone can have healthy, well-kept houseplants.

There’s a specialist houseplant pruner with curved blades, to isolate spent stems and leaves for cutting; orchid snips for precision pruning and floristry; a set of small, long-handled tools perfect for terrariums as well as small cacti and succulents; and Japanese pruning scissors, ideal for particular pruning requirements of bonsai.

All tools in this high quality houseplant care collection have been designed to retail for just £9.99.

 

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