Burgon & Ball

Burgon & Ball was founded in Sheffield, England in 1730, and has been crafting high-quality garden tools for over 300 years. The company is known for its innovative designs and commitment to sustainability. Their product range includes everything you need to maintain your garden and keep it looking beautiful. From hand trowels and pruning shears to watering cans and planters, their range has it all.

The brand's commitment to sustainability is evident in the materials they use to make their products. They use FSC-certified wood, recycled materials, and sustainable bamboo to create their tools and accessories. These materials not only reduce waste and are kinder to the environment, but also ensure that the products are durable and long-lasting.

Their products are not only practical but also aesthetically pleasing. They offer a range of stylish designs and colors that will complement any garden, balcony or indoor plant space. Their products are perfect for those who value sustainability and want to reduce their impact on the environment, without compromising on quality or style.

FSC-certified gardening tools

Burgon & Ball uses FSC-certified wood in their products, meaning that the wood comes from responsibly managed forests that meet strict environmental and social standards. This certification ensures that the wood used in their products is sustainable and supports the conservation of forests and wildlife habitats.

Burgon & Ball is Royal Horticultural Society (RHS) endorsed

In 2012, Burgon & Ball became the official Royal Horticultural Society (RHS) licensee for gardening gifts and tools, which means that their products carry the RHS logo as a mark of quality and excellence. The RHS is a leading gardening charity in the UK, dedicated to promoting gardening and horticulture. Their endorsement of Burgon & Ball is a testament to the brand's commitment to quality, innovation, and sustainability. The RHS has a rigorous endorsement process, and only products that meet their high standards are awarded the RHS logo.