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Protected Varieties break the 7 million barrier!

Sales figures for Protected Varieties (ProVaR) plants have now reached over 7 million. Founded in 2006 ProVaR has gone from strength to strength over the ensuing years with breeder members from Germany and The Netherlands joining the original 11 founder members.

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Leading brands return to Four Oaks!

Ecomoss-Supamoss is a long standing brand of hanging basket liners, developed as an alternative to natural sphagnum moss, and is manufactured in the UK. It is the number one choice for nurseries, growers and serious gardeners. This 100% bio-degradable material has superior water retention and is perforated to allow good drainage. This also produces excellent results in dry weather and provides strong suppor...

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Twelve new products for 2014!

Anglo Eastern Trading have kicked off the 2014 season with the introduction of twelve new products and colours across their full range! They are also offering new pallet deals and fresh point of sale material.

Their twelve new products compliment t...

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Fabulous Climbing plant with colour!

Darby Nursery Stock made their debut at the British Plant Fair earlier this month. Their range of seasonal colour caught the eye.

Hannah Darby is pictured with a Coronilla val. Glauca Citrina 3L. A fabulous colourful climbing plant with clusters of y...

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Keeping your Trees Alive!

Long term waterlogging can have an adverse effect of the health of both avenue and parkland trees. The effects of the heavy rainfall this winter will be felt for some time. Waterlogging and compaction panning of soil requires specialist treatment in order to provide trees with a healthy future. In both domestic gardens and around tree roots in large parks and woodland areas there is the need for a 'root and branch' s...

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Exhibitor increase at Hortiflorexpo!

China's Largest Horticultural Fair is a mixture of two brands. Hortiflorexpo China and IPM Essen have created China's most important horticultural event. This successful cooperation between Messe Essen and the China Flower Association will continue in Peking on April 23 - 26, 2014.

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Global Landscape Talent convenes in Dubai !

Global Landscape Talent convenes in Dubai!

The inaugural DIGC is just a few days away. Dubai will leave other cities green with envy as contenders at DIGC audition to welcome summer 2014 in style. From 3-6th April,  green masterpieces will be unveiled as the Dubai International Garden Competition designers go head-to-head.

After years of non-stop dedication and thousands of hours spent designing and perfecting their...

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50 Years of Grafting at Van Aart!

50 Years of Grafting at Van Aart!

The art of grafting is a specialist process requiring intense dedication over many years. Van Aart Boomkwekerijen have just celebrated their 50th Anniversary of grafting at their impressive nursery in Oudenbosch, Holland. Under the beautiful Basilica, the company developed into a nursery making only graftings from trees, scrubs and conifers. They are sold as young plants in p9 and bigger containers. Their wid...

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Auriculas for Spring Planting!

Hillview Hardy Plants have the full range of Primula Auriculas available for immediate planting! With the arrival of Spring, this is the perfect time to plant Auriculas for the new season. Auriculas provide a vast range of colours including 'Dales Red', 'Consett', 'Doctor Lennon's White' and 'Ginger Spice' which are appealing not only to the eye but also to the senses!

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GrootGroenPlus presents theme for 2014!

GrootGroenPlus presents theme for 2014!


Following the huge success of the 2013 edition of GrootGroenPlus, the organisation is already working on the 24th edition. A complete new website has been launched with the theme of GrootGroenPlus 2014 as: #365green.

Valentine’s Day was chosen to annouce this as this is a day on which green-with-feeling plays an important role. Besides the extra attention that is paid to flowers, we also n...

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