CD Designs Blog
Following on from last month’s blog about the Chelsea Flower Show, we wanted to highlight some of the new technologies that were finalists at the show. Maybe you will find some of them in your shed in the near future.
As we said in the previous blog entry, the winner of the award was the Harrod Slot & Lock framework building system by Harrod Horticultural. It claims to be ‘the answer to all those build your own fruit cage, vegetable cage, climbing vegetable support and practically any garden crop protection framework woes as this exclusive new system firmly screws connectors and aluminium tubing into place’.
The Jubilee Spiral Bench from Gaze Burvill is ‘suitable as standalone seating or for placing around a small tree. It is comfortable and extremely easy on the eye’. It is handmade from oak and other sustainable sources, using a unique steam-bending process.
The Tango E5 Mower from John Deere is ‘designed to maintain your lawn automatically meaning you can enjoy the more important things in life. Designed, innovated and built by John Deere to its highest manufacturing standards, the Tango E5 autonomous mower sets a new benchmark in lawn maintenance’. It operates in any weather, is extremely quiet, and there is no grass clipping disposal required.
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7th July 2012