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UK: Patterned pots deliver prize-winning results

The Hum Flowerpots team was delighted at the runaway success of Hawkesmill's 'Herbs for Summer' collection which featured stunning pots designed by Hum. This innovative British plant pot manufacturer was commissioned by Hawkesmill nursery to create unique designs for three different pots. They came up with the cool, vintage-inspired patterns which give the collection its signature style. Not only was the collection voted 'best retail inspiration' by visitors to the British National Plant Show in June, but it has also just won a prestigious GIMA award.

"Our own range of patterned plant pots has been selling well since we launched in spring 2015, but we've always had the ability to create and manufacture bespoke designs too. So we were very pleased to have this opportunity to show how Hum Flowerpots can be tailored for a particular customer," said Lara Kelly, co-found of Hum. "The potential is enormous, and we are keen to expand this aspect of our business" she added.

Hum has also been working on another collaboration to create an exclusive collection for the American and Canadian markets in partnership with our distributor, Evergreen Enterprises, which is an exciting new development for this relatively new and ambitious company. Here in the UK, garden centres and gift shops can offer Hum Flowerpots on a retail-friendly display stand which creates an eye-catching attraction for consumers. These unique plastic outdoor plant pots, made in Britain, will be on display at Spoga+Gafa in Cologne (British exhibitor group, Hall 9) and at Glee at the NEC, Birmingham (Hall 20, stand F36,).

For more information
Hum Partnership LLP
Lara Kelly
T: +44 (0) 7720 294698 / +44 (0) 33022 33414

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