iGrass to Exhibit at FutureScape in November

iGrass to Exhibit at FutureScape in November

iGrass, the leading supplier of artificial grass to be used by landscape trade professionals has announced that they will be exhibiting at FutureScape, the UK’s top landscaping trade event. FutureScape will take place at Sandown Park Racecourse in Esher, Surrey on Tuesday the 14th November. The exhibition promotes the use of field-leading products as well as offering a broad networking event featuring some of the biggest names in landscaping, garden design and grounds maintenance.

FutureScape is an event that continues to develop and has managed to become the UK’s leading landscape show. The event has managed to earn its place with attendees as well as exhibitor throughout the country and it is thought that visitors will be visiting the exhibition at Sandown Park Racecourse from all over the country. The exhibition is a great event for landscaper, garden designer and grounds maintenance contractor. The event will feature a large number for educational and inspirational information for visitors to utilise and implement to boost their business. A large number of suppliers will be at this year’s show to exhibit their products and there will be seminars and discussions with experts for attendees to get involved in.

iGrass is perfect for adding a splash of luxury to landscaping projects. The next generation in artificial grass is available only in the landscaping trade. The product uses ground-breaking production methods and have managed to generate a unique and innovative “intelligence yarn” with the latest technological enhancements for durable and professional looking grass when installed. The company offer luxury products at different pile height available for landscapers and designers to create a wide range of different lawn styles that suit each client’s needs. It is thought that the 25mm iVY and the 35mm iRIS are the ideal middle length grasses to complement the trade offering even further.


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