GIMA has confirmed that it has attracted 11 new members since the beginning of the new year.
The increase in numbers comes after a successful end to 2014, which saw over 20 companies join the trade association.
The new members are all UK companies and include outdoor living brand Bramblecrest, hose and tube supplier Copely, rodent trap specialist Pest Stop, UK manufacturers of plastic storage and planters Whitefurze, innovative garden waste solutions company Hot Bin Compost, and high end luxury garden buildings brand Crown Pavilions.
Hard landscaping product manufacturers Hedge UK, green space campaigners and creators of Moshi Monsters, TCV, well established greenhouse supplier Eden Halls, horticultural requisites supplier Fargro and household name pest control brand Rentokil complete GIMA’s roster of new members.
Welcoming all new members, GIMA Director, Vicky Nuttall said: “Firstly I’d like to welcome all our new members to GIMA. Their collective knowledge, expertise and varied product ranges are a well addition.
“This recent influx of members is undoubtedly good news for us all, especially the members themselves and the industry as a whole.
“As more companies are recognising the benefits of joining the association, our increased numbers mean we are able to continue to build even further on our range of services and strengthen our position as a leading voice in the UK gardening industry.”