Garden Press Day announce exhibitor list

Garden Press Day on 3 February 2011 at RHS Horticultural Halls has attracted more than 50 exhibitors.

The event raises money for Greenfingers and is attended by the gardening media.

Exhibitors:

Core Gravel

Vertigro

Wacky Practicals

Flower Tower

Plants from Zion

Joanna Wallis Ltd

Pippa Greenwood

Gardening Direct

Kings Seeds

Garden on a Roll

Thompson and Morgan

Anglian Home Improvement

John Woods Nurseries

Syngenta

Wyevale Nurseries

Haddonstone

Scotts Miracle-Gro Company

Treebox

Hillier Nurseries

Burgon & Ball

Harrod Horticultural

HTA

Greenhouse Sensation

Doff Portland

William Sinclair

Honda

Husqvarna

Westland / Unwins

Bosch Lawn & Garden

Vectorworks

Agralan

Waspbane

Bransford Webbs Plant Co

Tenax

BALI

Plant Heritage

Mr Fothergills Seeds

The Nether Wallop Trading Co

Squires Garden Centres

Solus

Bulldog Tools

Town & Country

David Austin Roses

Vital Earth

Gardman

Bayer Garden

Autopot

Brother

Belstane

Fiskars

Planta Vera

Vitax

Suttons Seeds

Haxnicks Ltd

Greenfingers


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