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While it has been a huge shame to miss out on seeing everyone at Spring Fair this year, it’s a comforting fact that the garden industry is booming even in these difficult times. As everyone spends more time socialising at home it’s become evident that outdoor living products will feature heavily over the coming seasons. New for 2021 we have numerous additions to our Best for Birds and Wild on Wildlife ranges, exciting new prints for our garden tools and outdoor carpets, a full raised bed range produced with 100% FSC Certified wood, new garden gifts such as the olla and zen gardens, plus a large selection of new resin animals in our True to Nature Range. Our stunning UK Showroom is still open to customers who wish to come along and view the entire product range in a relaxed environment all while adhering to the current social distancing guidelines.
Be(e!) inspired by our brand new Bee Print collection! A complete range of garden items with a cheerful bee print design and the British garden's favourite pollinator in mind.
New for Spring 2021 are our range of full colour giftboxed birdhouses. Made from 18mm thick 100% FSC certified wood and designed with features for specific birds in mind. All feature a groved and forw ...
New for S/S21 our ceramic Olla (stock code TG297) is the ideal addition to gardens, vegetable patches, window boxes and raised beds. Ceramic watering vessels are an ancient technique, they are buried ...
New for 2021, our raised bed range is the perfect garden addition for anyone who wants to expand their growing space. These sturdy beds come in two colourways and a variety of sizes. They produce a va ...
The Japanese zen garden creates a miniature stylized landscape through carefully composed arrangements of rocks, water features, moss, pruned trees and bushes and uses sand that is raked to reperesent ...
Sustainability initiativesThe great outdoors is our business focus at Fallen Fruits and we are proud to have taken the following steps to ensure our sustainability where possible. We use materials such as recycled glass for our terrariums and submerged vase ranges, recycled tyres for our rubber planters and children’s swings and have switched production of our wooden products such as bird houses and our new raised beds from China to Eastern Europe where we are able to use FSC Certified Wood and dramatically cut down on transportation distance. We are constantly on the look out for areas where we can improve and reduce our impact on the environment.Sustainable ProductsTerrariumsMade from recycled glass, our extensive range of terrariums look great in any household setting. They also make the perfect gift for anyone looking for a gardening challenge.Rubber PlantersHandmade from recycled car tyres our rubber planters provide a durable and sustainable option for adding more planting space in the garden.Reusable Beeswax WrapsA set of 3 different size beeswax wraps. Reduce your plastic consumption by using beeswax wraps, these reusable wraps are slightly self-sticking and are ideal for packing and storing food. Materials are:- 100% cotton ,Beeswax ,Coconut oil,Natural tree resin. Simply use then wash in cold water if necessary add a drop of organic detergent,allow to dry then roll or fold the wraps. Packaged in a recyclable cardboard envelope.AT THE FAIRCertified sustainable products by third partyCERTIFIEDCertified byFSCMaterialsWe have products made from recycled materialsWe have created products that provide an alternative to single use plasticWe have products made from sustainability sourced raw materialsEthical ConsiderationsWe have mapped our entire supply chainWe challenge our suppliers to report any ethical issues they identifyWe have an ethical policyWithin the workplace where our products are made there is commitment to Non-Discrimination Gender Equality and Freedom of AssociationEnviromental ImpactWe have a sustainability policyWe consider the environmental impact when creating our productsSome of the processes we use to manufacture products are energy efficient