Hawkesmill says Four Oaks is a "must-go" event as Allensmore plan show launches

Warwickshire based Hawkesmill Nurseries, who "grow a plant for every business and every season", and who produce over 3.5 million plants throughout the year, will be showcasing at the Four Oaks Trade Show on September 5-6.

Hawkesmill Nurseries will show British grown perennials and seasonal collections.

Sales director Richard Evans said: "We are so happy to be attending Four Oaks again this year.  We already have some award winning products from 2017, which we will be displaying, together with new products for 2018.

"This show has grown and grown over time and is now one of the top industry 'must go to' events. We look forward to showcasing our 2018 catalogue from which our new collections are available and to meeting all customers, new and old."

Hawkesmill Nurseries, which grows 3.5 million plants annually, has Pink Lips as an exclusive finished plant this year, supplied in three-litre pots.

Allensmore Nurseries new 2017 Christmas Wreath, Garlands & Table Decorations range is to be officially launched at the Four Oaks Show.


Following extensive consumer research into the latest consumer trends for Christmas,
Allensmore’s 40-strong 2017 product range, each created by their own in-house, floristry
trained designer, Victoria Atkinson, features three themes,:
"Snow Flurry" – inspired by pristine, pure white snowy landscapes and frosted forests
"Traditional Christmas" – evoking the rich colours, scents, tastes and the spirit of Christmas
"Gilded Christmas" featuring glorious metallic golds & coppers that add a sumptuous touch of luxury to Christmas.


Each product in Allensmore’s extensive Christmas range is hand made in their own
nursery, using fresh-cut British foliage, under temperature controlled conditions to preserve
peak freshness throughout the production and delivery processes.


Allensmore’s Commercial Director, Jane Davies, said: "In this fast-moving, digital age, our research has found that British consumers want to return more to the traditions and true spirit of Christmas. Our new 2017 product range has been specially designed with this research firmly in mind to evoke the images, colours, scents and even tastes of a traditional Christmas.
Our beautiful hand crafted wreathes, garlands and table decorations are available in a wide
range of sizes and price points to appeal to the widest range of consumer tastes and needs."


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