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Bespoke 77 digs in with new Spear & Jackson range

Company has secured a licence for a range of garden pots, expanding through other garden-related products by year-end.

Bespoke 77 Innovations has partnered with the Spear & Jackson brand to offer a new eco-friendly solution to growing plants and vegetables.

With gardening having become a key part of everyday lockdown life for many, Bespoke 77 has launched a number of grow bags and garden pots which are suitable for small spaces such as terraces, balconies and where ground space in limited.

Vertical growing options are also available for fences and walls.

In total, there are five different options in the range.

The grow bags are made from 100% recycled bottles, are re-useable and easily folded for storage after use. The breathable fabric eliminates root circling, speeds up growing time and offers superior drainage and aeration.

The deal was brokered by IPR Licensing, which handles the licensing programme for Spear & Jackson – which has been selling hand, garden, contractors, agriculture and landscaping tools since 1760.

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