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The Innocent Pet branches out to Garden Centres

Luxury British pet treat manufacturer, The Innocent Pet, will be introducing its high-end range of treats to garden centres at Glee.  

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Haskins Muscari bulbs

Garden centre group Haskins has launched its very own Bulb Market, which takes place from Monday August 20 to Monday November 19 across all four of its centres.

More than 250 bulb varieties will be available at Haskins’ Bulb Market, as well as a showcase of rare and unusual bulbs. The festival will also have a special focus on British-grown bulbs, with 24 varieties on sale that are UK-grown.

Lisa Looker, brand director at Haskins Garden Centres, commented: “We’re delighted to announce the return of our popular Bulb Market, with a special focus on embracing and supporting UK bulb growers.

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Vitax

Hot on the heels of last year’s success, Vitax will be taking its experiential marketing stand one step further in 2018 as it continues to showcase its award-winning packaging, point of sale material and new products.

Visitors to Glee will be encouraged to explore Vitax’s product garden as it takes them on a journey of how its leading brands can be used in a real garden setting.

New product lines will be on show as well as additions to key ranges, but supporting garden centres to help educate gardeners and recommend the right product is at the top of the agenda.

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JFH team

JFH Horticultural Supplies Ltd are based in Sandbach and here, sales director Nelson Hutchins discusses the firm’s range of recycled, biodegradable products…

Why are biodegradable products so important to the garden trade?

As an industry I guess we are always looking at sustainability and protecting the environment. Customers are passionate about the ‘green’ vision and saving the environment.