Garden Press Event attracts Dunelm Mills, Jersey Plants Direct and Primrose

Bookings for The Garden Press Event 2015 are up by 31 per cent on the same time last year, with more than 85 exhibitors already booked, and less than 10 spaces left on the ground floor.

Media events director Guy Burtenshaw, along with journalist and QVC presenter Richard Jackson was inspired to set up an event exclusively for the press in 2006, when the first press event took place.

Burtenshaw said: "We are really looking forward to the Garden Press Event in 2015, the 10th Anniversary; we have some exciting plans for marking the anniversary, and celebrating with the six suppliers who have been every year, as well as welcoming back suppliers such as Karcher and Stihl who are returning after an absence of several years, as well as some great new exhibitors including Dunelm Mills, Jersey Plants, Lubera, Primrose and Cadix."

This is the only event of its kind aimed specifically for the garden and home industry to showcase the latest products and stories exclusively to the garden & home press and media.

GIMA, BHETA, HTA & BALI, HEA members are all eligible for a discount. Contact or

The date for 2015 is 12 February 2015 at the Barbican Exhibition Centre, London

Exhibitors who have been every year are: Bosch Lawn & Garden, Rollins Bulldog Tools, David Austin Roses, Haddonstone, Suttons Seeds, Vitax.

Exhibitor list:

DLF Trifolium
Gardeners Kichen
Keukenhof Gardens
Wood Blocx
John Woods
EM Effective Micro-organisms Ltd
The Playhouse Company
Spear & Jackson
Nether Wallop
Backdoor Shoes
Thompson & Morgan
David Austin Roses
Gold Leaf Gloves
Westland Horticulture
Genus Performance Gardenwear
Brother UK
Bosmere Garden Products
Woodlodge Products
Capel Manor
Rollins Bulldog Tools
Bayer Garden
Suttons Seeds
Mr Fothergill's Seeds
Nordic Garden Buildings
Scotts Miracle Gro
Bord na Mona
Whichford Pottery
Holiday Plant Savers
Beagle Garden Products
STV International
Crop Protection Association
Gorilla Glue
Sinclair Horticulture
Garden on a Roll
Kings Seeds
Town & Country
Henton & Chattell
Chartered Institute of Horticulture
John Deere
HOTBIN Composting
Seeds of Italy
Jersey Plants Direct
Cast Clear
Claire Austin Hardy Plants
Bosch Lawn & Garden
Stanley / Black & Decker Garden Tools
Melcourt Industries
Stratford Home & Garden Show

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