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What's in store for horticulture in 2017?

What's in store for horticulture in 2017?

Matthew Appleby, Sarah Cosgrove, Gavin McEwan and Sally Drury examine the key challenges and opportunities awaiting horticulture in 2017.

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Garden Retail Summit 2017

Garden Retail Summit 2017

The Garden Retail Summit 2017 is set to be the most exciting yet, bringing together garden retail's leading executives in this pivotal year for the industry's development.

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Beekenkamp Plants buys Sunny Holland

Beekenkamp Plants buys Sunny Holland

Harlow sets up company to take on grounds maintenance

Harlow sets up company to take on grounds maintenance

Snowdrop festival prompts visitor boost during cold season

Snowdrop festival prompts visitor boost during cold season

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Plant Focus

Eryngium

Eryngium

This florist's favourite offers interesting foliage and alluring flowers in a range of colours, writes Miranda Kimberley.

Pterocarya

Pterocarya

This attractive tree is rarely planted in the UK but deserves consideration in larger gardens and estates, says Miranda Kimberley.

Hippeastrum

Hippeastrum

These perfect pot plants for Christmas can be brought back into flower year after year, Miranda Kimberley explains.


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