Glasglo display with CRT screen

Garden Trade Specialist editor Victoria Galligan spoke to Jim McNulty, Development Director at Restructa Ltd, whose brands include GlasGlo – a recycling firm whose aggregates are made from glass TV screens…

Where did the idea come from to use TV screens as aggregate?

Since the company was formed back in 2006 we’ve always strived to have solutions and recycling applications for our Cathode Ray Tube (CRT) glass.

Gardening is on the up - making it easier for gardeners

In August 2017, The Telegraph published research that showed that gardeners across Britain are spending more money on their gardens than their parents did. This research is in line with surveys and studies that have been commissioned by the Common Sense Gardening Group. 
The research showed that 35% of people felt that the garden is the new living room. Extending interior design to exterior design.

Copycat Brits' Garden Wars

COPYCAT Britons are getting green-eyed when it comes to their outdoor spaces, new research reveals.

The survey of 1,492 adults carried out by garden and conservatory furniture e-tailer, revealed that 53% of Brits judge their garden based on their neighbour’s.

Kent & Stowe consolidate market position

Kent & Stowe is an established and well-respected player in the garden tools market. As part of Westland Horticulture, they have benefited from major investment in new product development, resulting in market leading equipment which has generated incremental sales in key market sectors.

Reduce cutting time with Murray mowers

Life can be complicated but taking care of your garden needn’t be. Leading lawn tractor manufacturer, Murray, acknowledges this and therefore prides itself on its “Get it done. Go have fun” ethos to tackling lawns.

There are six models in the Murray line up, all packed with features to give a high-quality cut in no time at all. The range is split into three lawn tractors, and three zero-turn models.