At this time of year, tens of thousands of garden centre retailers from across the globe, flock to the Glee exhibition in Birmingham, to find out about the latest and greatest trends, and see the most innovative products on the market.
Returning for a second year to Glee, the Retail Lab is an exciting and interactive showcase area for retailers and buyers to source inspiration and insight into the latest shopping trends and products.
This year, it's all about Happy Gardening at Glee's Retail Lab
Happy Gardening is about showing everybody, even those who have no experience with gardening, that it should be fun, that you’re allowed to make mistakes and not being afraid to try new things.
The Retail Lab highlights 5 themes to the Happy Gardening concept
Grow your own
Here at Traditional Garden Games, we love how our eclectic range of garden games and inspirational Sembra 'sow & grow' kits are ticking plenty of boxes for retailers and consumers
PLAY: With over 60 games, you can enjoy your garden more and have #familyfun with Traditional Garden Games. From BIG retro board games to classic lawn sports and just for fun games - our products will create fun and happy memories. Check out the full range here
FEEL GOOD:Through play you will feel good about spending time outdoors with loved ones #makingmemories and with our inspirational Sembra 'sow & grow' kits, you can 'feel good about growing your own food'. Check out the full range here
GROW YOUR OWN:Feel good about growing your own food! With our Sembra kits children and adults can together, enjoy growing their own produce - even on their kitchen windowsill. Check out the full range here
Find out more about The Retail Lab's themes @Glee_Birmingham by popping over to their website here
We love the new Sembra growing kits range - we hope you do too!
With 20 sow and grow kits to choose from including Strawberry, Cherry Tomato, Spinach and Lettuce - and all complete with a step-by-step illustrated guidebook, biodegradable pots, substrate, labels and easy-to-cultivate seeds - little ones (and even big kids) can have fun learning how to grow vegetables, herbs and flowers at home.
Available online early November, only from Traditional Garden Games