Vertigro a ‘Savvy Spacesaver’ – Daily Mirror

Vertigro was featured in this weeks Daily Mirror. Possibly the most high profile exposure yet for Vertigro, it was featured in the ‘Savvy spacesavers’ section of the Daily Mirror’s eight page supplement for The Edible Garden Show.

Sponsored by the paper, The Edible Garden Show is happening over the weekend of 18-20 March at Stoneleigh Park, Warwickshire.

The EGS is the ultimate grow your own event so come and see us there on stand G29.

For more information visit the Edible Garden Show website.

Introducing Vertigro

Introducing your own Vertical Allotment;

A brand new innovative solution to ‘grow your own’.


Most people dream of growing their own vegetables and becoming more sustainable; most households do not have the space to do so.

Vertigro is a pioneering new gardening solution for small outdoor spaces. Its innovative vertical design, rather than a traditional horizontal garden or raised bed, saves precious space. A clever combination of a self-standing module and grow-bags, Vertigro can be easily assembled and constantly reused. Just plant your plug plants, into the grow bag sandwiches and with sufficient care and light, the plants will successfully grow.

Made from aluzinc, Vertigro’s clean design is perfect for balconies, roof terraces, patios, courtyards and small gardens. It can be placed anywhere and is robust and weather resistant. Its dimensions are H 165cm W 120cm D 60cm and it can be reused with no mess and no fuss – ideal for maximizing a multi-use area.

Designed by Claude Lester, with practical, sustainable and stylish living in mind, the product is inspired by her own gardening needs. Frustrated with the lack of such a product within the marketplace, she used her extensive 3D and design skills to develop what is now Vertigro.

Claude Lester is available for interview.

For information and images contact Alana Pryce Tojcic at info@alanapryce.co.uk

or Claudia Lester at info@vertigro.co.uk


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