ONE OF the UK’s leading commercial nurseries has this month (September, 2015) become a supporter of the National Association of Tree Officers (NATO).
Wyevale Nurseries, which is based in Hereford, will provide support and advice to the independent group of local authority tree officers from all parts of the country.
Adam Dunnett, Sales and Marketing Director at Wyevale Nurseries, said: “We have the complete tree offer and means to support the arboriculture industry at a time it is challenged on local authority funding. We will be offering supply and a wealth of advice and… Full story
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.
A new twist on the traditional wheelbarrow, Baksaver Barrow, won two awards – the Best Machinery and Tools Product and the New Product Innovation Award – at the Glee garden show in Birmingham.
The Innovation Award was added to the award programme for 2015. Created in response to industry feedback, this new award celebrates true innovation from the 500+ exhibitors filling Glee in 2015.
WIN Laura Ashley products and stunning pos at Glee thanks to Treadstone Products
To celebrate its return to GLEE 2015, Treadstone Products is offering visitors to the show a chance to win a mixed display quarter palette (DQP) of Laura Ashley Kimono products worth over £575.
To be in with a chance, attendees at GLEE simply have to visit the Treadstone Products stand (17X30) and enter the prize draw by leaving their business card. A winner will be selected at random on Wednesday afternoon.
The team at Tong Garden Centre near Bradford are celebrating after exceeding their fund raising aspirations for Martin House Children's Hospice.
For every child who played at the new Grasshoppers Adventure Playground at Tong throughout the summer holidays, Tong Garden Centre management donated 25 pence from the entry fee towards their chosen Charity of the Year.