Thursday, October 15, 2009

Things that will make you “grow,” hmmmm…

Spending a few minutes with Dolly Webster, owner of Garden Things, will give you a big smile on your face and make you want to get out and garden! This energetic and passionate entrepreneur who gained valuable experience from the textiles industry has created a new line of gardening products that are sure to keep even the most disorderly gardener in check and fully organized.

Here are some unique descriptions of the newest products offered. All products are made from PVC coated polyester for the ultimate in UV resistance and durability.

The Garden Harvester – No more dirty vegetables in the sink. Use this clever ¾ bushel tote to gather and rinse your garden produce before bringing them indoors. It stands open for harvesting but folds flat for storage. Designed as a harvesting tote, it is also useful for farmers market shopping, clamming and beach toys. The unique design keeps the tote open for hands-free gathering, even when worn over the shoulder. Additional outside pockets are perfect for smaller items.

The Garden Quiver – No more losing what you need. It organizes all the needed materials used to stake and tie plants into one easy-to-carry tote. And, it even has a string dispenser. This product is so convenient, it stands at your work site with the support of a stake and hangs in the shed for storage.

The Garden Padd – No more sore knees. Inspired by a backpacker’s sleeping pad, the high density foam in the lily pad-shaped kneeling pad offers ultimate comfort when kneeling. This fun design provides a lot of surface area to move around but rolls up neatly and tidily for easy storage – just like with a yoga mat.

According to Dolly, 87% of the demographic shopping for products at garden centers are fashion conscious women age 30 years and up. This was a major factor in her decisions related to product design and merchandising support.

If you are a retailer, consider carrying these products in this age of streamlining and getting organized. Members of the media are welcome to contact us with questions.

~ Jeff

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