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Earley Ornamentals attracts record visitor numbers at Four Oaks 2015
Leading independent producer and supplier of young plants Earley Ornamentals, has reported record visitor numbers to its successful stand at Four Oaks Trade Show 2015 - the UK's premier show for ornamental horticulture held in Cheshire.
Earley doubled last year’s record, with over 250 people welcomed on to the stand over the busy two-day exhibition.
Bigger and better than ever before, the Earley Ornamentals stand was double the size of last year and featured even more exciting new varieties, colour additions from the award-winning SunPatiens® range and all the latest growing technology news.
Other stand highlights included the new striking Begonia Fortune Salmon Bicolour, the latest introduction to the Quick and Compact range, new variety, Nemesia Easter Bonnet, the Earley Viola Vibrante F1 and new on-trend colour, Henna, which has been added to the versatile Supercal range.
Commenting on the success of the stand this year, Earley Ornamentals managing director Simon Earley said: “The new Earley stand really attracted attention, with enquiries coming in thick and fast, and orders being placed there and then. Our Earley Experts manning the stand agreed it was the best show yet.”
Committed to producing quality young plants for the UK market, Earley Ornamentals is a leading, independent business that is proud to be the selected partner for many of the UK's leading commercial and retail growers.
With an extensive product range of high quality stock designed to meet the needs of today's professional growers, over 180m young plants, made up of 1,700 varieties, are grown each year at Earley’s state-of-the-art 12-acre site near Thirsk, North Yorkshire
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