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Blackburn, Lancashire, United Kingdom, 2011/01/21 - DIY Matters, an e-commerce gardening website, is launching a huge range of new products.
North West-based e-commerce company, DIY Matters, is launching a huge range of products - designed to make growing and maintaining gardens easier.
The new range, released this month, includes quality garden tools, polytunnels, fencing and various other useful garden materials.
In order to help plants grow in suitable temperatures, DIY Matters’ has launched polythene ‘Grow Tunnels’.
They are ideal for vegetable growers – being similar in principle to greenhouses. Grow Tunnels have a significant effect on the production of strawberries and other soft fruits such as raspberries and blackberries.
DIY Matters’ range of fencing will include natural screen fencing – in Thatch, Willow and Reedcane – which are perfect for garden, terrace, balcony or home interior, creating natural shades in the garden.
For gardeners who are conscious of insect and bird infestation, there is now various types of protective netting available from the DIY Matters website –which are also used to support plants and help growth.
The company is also adding windbreaks to the website – which are increasingly used for horticultural applications to protect crops, flowering plants, fruit trees and vegetables. They are available in light, medium and heavy duty.
Some of the new gardening tools are spades, garden forks and trowels - used for loosening, lifting and turning over soil.
Other new products will include shading nets – to modify the climate effect of wind or excess light on plants - and various garden decorations.
Tim Rhodes, of DIY Matters, said: "Our exciting new range of products are designed to make it easier for people to manage their garden. A well designed garden can make day-to-day living easier and add value to your property."
DIY Matters (diymatters.co.uk) supplies all kinds of landscaping fabric including weed control fabric, heavy duty weed control fabric and frost protection fleeces.
As a subsidiary to one of the largest importers of garden fabric in the UK, the company has access to some of the best landscaping fabric in the world. All landscape fabric, weed fabric and other products are available through the DIY Matters website.