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Join Us At The Landscape Show!

Date: 14th September 2018

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Battersea Park, London (18-19th September)

The Pot Company is exhibiting at The Landscape Show in London’s Battersea Park on Tuesday 18th and Wednesday 19th September.

As a leading supplier to garden industry professionals with over 30 ranges of planters and 200,000 pots at their warehouse in the Kent countryside, the team are looking forward to meeting clients both old, new and prospective at the annual trade show.

In addition to a vast range of planters in traditional, rustic and contemporary styles, The Pot Company also supply water features, burners and landscape features with bespoke options available.

Established as one of the UK’s leading industry events, The Landscape Show attracts garden designers, landscaping professionals, architects and interior designers from around the world and is free to visit.

At this year’s show The Pot Company promoting their offering of large planters, in materials such as corten steel, clayfibre, polystone and hardwood.

Exhibiting alongside The Pot Company is sister company timber and garden ornament specialists Round Wood of Mayfield.

Round Wood is launching its new-to-the-UK mirrored ÖÖD house at the trade show- a stunning, multi-purpose building which blends with the landscape and can be used as an office, den or Airbnb-style pad.

It is also showcasing its new range of thermo-treated decking and cladding - Thermory®- which consists of decking boards, cladding, flooring, shingles and bathroom tiles.

Director Jason Frost, who will be attending the Landscape Show on both days, said: “It’s always a great pleasure to exhibit here and we are really excited to show off our new and exciting products.”

For more information and free tickets, please visit The Landscape Show’s website at

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