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Plant Passport Changes

Plant Passport Changes Hot

Nursery GDN September 24, 2019 0

New resources now available Horticultural businesses need to prepare now for the imminent changes to the plant passporting regulations which come into force on 14 December 2019. In preparation for this, the Horticultural Trades Association (HTA) have produced an animated infographic video and guidance sheet to inform members about... Read more
October Plant of the Month
Holland Flower Council Green Covering …October Plant of the Month Cool in summer, warm in winter and green throughout the year: covering plants are becoming increasingly popular, and with our Green Covering plants selection such as stonecrop, sempervivum and rockfoil, which can also be used to create living roofs... Read more
Tickets to RHS Flower Shows 2020 now on sale
RHS members’ tickets to the Royal Horticultural Society (RHS) Flower Shows in 2020 have gone on sale today, Monday 2 September, offering them an exclusive opportunity to get their hands on tickets to RHS Shows including the popular world-famous RHS Chelsea Flower Show. Tickets will be available to the... Read more
Helping Dorset’s rural economy bloom The Dorset Local Enterprise Partnership (LEP) has awarded £297,000 to Stewarts Garden Centres towards a new highly productive £1.5 million agri-tech glasshouse at its Broomhill site, near Wimborne. Read more
September Sunflowers Sunflowers in October? Breeders are racing to develop plants that flower again and again. Read more
Plant Healthy

Plant Healthy

Nursery GDN August 14, 2019 0

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2020 Trendsetters

2020 Trendsetters

Nursery GDN August 13, 2019 0

The Summer Showcase has finally ended for this season and its been a blast! Some of the most outstanding colour displays seen in the UK of Annuals and Perennials were enjoyed by over 3,500 Professional Growers, Retailers, Parks, Landscapers, Garden Writers and Home Gardeners. All had the opportunity over... Read more
Free Report Forecasts Production and Markets for Ornamentals
The International Vision Project (IVP) by the AIPH, is the first of its kind in ornamental horticulture to set out a forecast for the future of the global industry until 2030. ‘Production and Markets, the future of ornamentals’ is their second report. The report asks should the ornamentals industry... Read more