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Making the most of extra space afforded by a larger stand at Glee this year, Wrexham-based Treadstone products will use the show to demonstrate continued innovation with a host of new product launches. On stand A49 in Hall 8 Treadstone will showcase new additions across all three of the company’s brands: ClipGlove, Peter Rabbit and ‘The Good Life’.… Full story
LANDSCAPE 2019 is officially this month! Year round LANDSCAPE’s dedicated team has been working hard to deliver the most valuable trade event in the Landscaping Industry – and a culmination of a year’s work has led to the team putting on the best LANDSCAPE Show to date! Now that the show is getting nearer, LANDSCAPE is proud to release its line up in full.
With hundreds of exhibitors & thousands of visitors, a CPD Accredited Seminar Programme bursting at the seams with the industry’s biggest players, the opportunity to delve into the minds of the most passionate Garden… Full story
A rehabilitation service which helps people living with a brain injury or neurological conditions is setting up a horticultural project. Momentum Skills is calling on garden traders to help build up its project, which will offer a therapeutic and empowering experience for its users, by donating garden tools and supplies. Alistair Rowan from the organization explains how the project will work…
Garden tools and supplies needed
What is Momentum Skills and what services does it provide?
Momentum Skills West Midlands is a non-profit organisation… Full story
Demand for natural slug controls will continue to grow, despite High Court withdrawal and review of metaldehyde ban, says ecofective
Leading eco-friendly pest control supplier ecofective is pressing ahead with its strategy of bringing pioneering slug control products to market - despite the shock news that the ban on chemical metaldehyde slug pellets has been overturned following a legal technicality.
Following a legal challenge by Chiltern Farm Chemicals, the High Court has decided to withdraw and review DEFRA’s ban on metaldehyde slug controls, which saw… Full story
THE GARDEN Centre Association (GCA) has seen a record number of new members join in 2019 – with 10 signing up so far this year (2019).
These include three centres from the Klondyke Group, an additional centre for Perrywood Garden Centre, as well as six other… Full story
Material matters: LifestyleGarden® sets benchmark for artificial wicker material usage
Riding high from its successful exhibit at the SOLEX trade event, which saw the industry shower praise upon its new Eden Project partnership range and the DuraOcean® chair made from ocean plastic – the latter scooping the 2019 SOLEX New Product award – LifestyleGarden® has shone a light on its other benchmark setting material usage, particularly its Petan® artificial wicker collections.
Over the last decide, artificial wicker has become the mainstay of outdoor furniture design. But until… Full story
WET WEATHER caused poor sales in traditional garden centre categories in June (2019) the Garden Centre Association has revealed in its Barometer of Trade report for the month.
As activity ramps up for Glee 2019, GIMA – the leading trade association for garden product manufacturers - is encouraging new businesses and innovators to enter this year’s annual GIMA Innovators’ Seed Corn Fund (GISCF); a special fund set up to encourage grass root business and product development.
Judged by a panel of industry experts, the GISCF helps to bring to market never before seen products and inventions and aids the winners with the opportunity to showcase their creation to leading manufacturers, retailers and distributors within the gardening industry. A successful… Full story
Horticruitment UK Ltd is marking its 30th anniversary this year. In 1989 Horticruitment UK was born and was the first agency to provide a specialist recruitment service for the horticultural industry.
Originally set up to serve the Garden Centre and Nursery sectors, Horticruitment quickly established itself as one of the leading recruiters within the industry. This was further strengthened in 1999 when our current Managing Director Mike Fuller joined the company, since then we have developed our services to cover all sectors of the Horticultural and Landbased industries.
What can garden centres learn from supermarkets? Focusing on consumer retail psychology can unlock the secrets to higher sales
Supermarkets roll out a host of sophisticated techniques to encourage shoppers to part with their disposable income. From BOGOF (buy-one-get-one-free) deals to premium products strategically placed at eye level, every aspect of retail space dedicated to fast-moving consumer goods is engineered to maximise spend on high margin products.
The aroma of baking pumped to the front of stores gets customers salivating, ramping-up impulse… Full story
Its already that time of year again when the creative minds and practical brains get together to design and manufacture our 2020 ranges. We are working hard to add new and improved products to each of our 10 core categories: Pot care, rusty range, plant supports, climbers, growing, brackets, patio planters, accessories and gift ware, Autumn and Christmas.
This year we have really listened to our customers and their customers feedback and taken on board suggestions for new merchandising stands and adaptations of long standing tried and tested products aswell as some new unique… Full story