Following the success of FutureScape 2023 last week, here is a selection of some of the new products showcased at the event.
Lux Unique and Zoe Claymore – The ‘Hampton Collection’ of galvanised steel raised beds
Following the success of Claymore’s Renters’ Retreat garden at RHS Hampton Court this year, Lux Unique have teamed up with the designer to create a range of sustainable, long-lasting and portable raised steel beds, suitable for renters.
The range comes in two heights, three widths and five lengths, with 30 size options available in total.
Rolawn – Site-specific topsoils
Manufactured to order and to specification, Rolawn’s site-specific topsoil can be used for contaminated land remediation, available for delivery in bulk.
Developed to reduce import risks and improve soil health across the UK, Rowlawn’s topsoils aims to help horticulture and construction professionals.
Amberol – Planter Enhancement Range
With no ground works or ground fixings needed, and self-levelling feet, the range can be a temporary or permanent fixture, designed to promote areas of wellbeing and respite in public spaces.
Made with Amberol’s sustainable metre squares, promenade self-watering planters, and interchangeable outer panels in a range of materials.
PlantGrow – PlantGrow Mulch
A water-retaining, crumbly mix of nourishing plant food with essential soil microbes to promote healthy and sustainable growth.
PlantGrow Mulch is 100% chemical free and is a finalist in the SGD Awards 2024 for the Sustainable New Product category.
BioScapes- Sustainable Drainage System
Designed to manage rainwater run-off from domestic and commercial properties. The BioScapes SuDS unit delivers against all four pillars set out in the CIRIA SuDS Manual guidance.
The planter uses a patented system of integrated wildlife habitats, delivering various benefits in a compact space.