Heather growers join Horticultural Trades Association to boost category

The British Heather Growers Association (BHGA) has become a specialist group of the Horticultural Trades Association (HTA).

The group has been in existence for 25 years and has decided to link more closely with the HTA to benefit from services such as promotions, training and market information that the association can offer.

BHGA chair John Hall from John Hall Plants said: "Heathers are exceptionally versatile and there really is one to suit every garden. We look forward to working with the HTA in order to help get this message across to the gardening public and are also keen to work more closely with retailers to look at new ways of selling heathers and helping to improve their popularity with consumers."

Current members of the BHGA include Combe Florey Nursery, Doran Nurseries, Forest Edge Nurseries, John Hall Plants Ltd, Perthshire Heathers, Solstice Nurseries Ltd, Talaton Plants Ltd and Wicklewood Nurseries Ltd.


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