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RHS Chelsea Flower Show News

Cofton nursery set to reopen to supply Midland councils

18 April 2014

Birmingham City Council is to reopen its nursery at Cofton by the end of the year, with plans to supply as many local authorities across the Midlands as possible.

 
 
Chris Beardshaw joins call for better feedback

Chris Beardshaw joins call for better feedback

18 April 2014

RHS show judges urged to make feedback more transparent and professional as new system starts to come into operation.

 
 
Warm weather and late Easter combine to bring bluebells to London's bank holiday weekend

Warm weather and late Easter combine to bring bluebells to London's bank holiday weekend

17 April 2014

The warm spring weather has led to an explosion of bluebells in Epping Forest in time for Easter.

 
 

London garden centre The Chelsea Gardener buys landscaping business

10 April 2014

London garden centre The Chelsea Gardener has bought Anthony de Grey Gardens, Trellises and Garden Lighting businesses.

 
 

Britain in Bloom exhibit set for Gardening Scotland

07 April 2014

RHS Council member Jon Wheatley will take his Chelsea exhibit to Scotland.

 
 

RHS releases Chelsea Flower Show gardening product award shortlist

04 April 2014

The RHS Chelsea Garden Product of the Year judges have listed 17 products from exhibitors which have been shortlisted for the show's annual award.

 
 

History of plant medicine showcased at newly opened Garden of Medicinal Plants

04 April 2014

The new Garden of Medicinal Plants at Chelsea Physic Garden opened on 1 April.

 
 

Show garden offering expanded for Manchester event

04 April 2014

Manchester's "Dig the City" festival is expanding its show garden offering this year and awarding medals for the first time.

 
 

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Opinion

Seabrook On ... The frustrations of a fast-changing world

Seabrook On ... The frustrations of a fast-changing world

04 April 2014

Life must be a lot easier and more enjoyable for those of us who are laid back and do not care about things. The older I get the more frustration is experienced by the ways of the modern world.

 
 
According To Farrer ... The poor deserve decent public space too

According To Farrer ... The poor deserve decent public space too

10 January 2014

During a recent resident consultation event I was reminded of the wholesale discrimination against people simply because they are poor and live in a deprived area.

 
 


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In This Issue

Horticulture Week - 18 April 2014

NEWS: Garden centres look forward to late Easter sales bonanza

SARGENT'S SOLUTIONS: Why the Customer Rights Bill should be seen as an opportunity rather than a threat

MARKET REPORT: Glasshouses

LANDSCAPE ANALYSIS: Government prospectus offers potential boost across disciplines

EDIBLES: Helping cut food waste - latest packaging addresses concerns over waste issues

PLANT FOCUS: Polygonatum