Four Oaks 2008

All you need to know to get the most out of this year's show.

Geramiun Sophia - one of the new plant introductions at Four Oaks 2008 - photo: Delamore
Geramiun Sophia - one of the new plant introductions at Four Oaks 2008 - photo: Delamore

The best of horticulture

The ever-popular Four Oaks show features a variety of new plants and products from across the UK and Europe for the 2009 season.

Showcasing new developments

A look at some of the latest products and services on show at this year's Four Oaks.

Four Oaks Awards Preview: In it to win it

No matter the size of the product, an award from Four Oaks could help bring in customers and boost business.

New Plants preview

Visitors to this year's event will be spoilt for choice when it comes to the vibrant new plants on show, says Kris Collins.

Adapting to change

This year's Four Oaks workshops will offer advice and ideas on how to beat the downturn.

Four Oaks shows extended cash and carry facilities

Cheshire-based Four Oaks Nurseries opened its doors to new customers last week to demonstrate how its cash and carry arm has expanded.

The BPOA to launch national awareness campaign

The British Protected Ornamentals Association (BPOA) will be launching a national campaign to raise awareness of bedding plants to the public at Four Oaks 2008.


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