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Sarah Fuller goes in Wyevale Garden Centres reshuffle

Sarah Fuller goes in Wyevale Garden Centres reshuffle

Horticulture Week can reveal Wyevale Garden Centres has made its marketing director position redundant with multichannel director Tim Patten and trading director Dan Zinner taking on Fuller's responsibilities.

East Malling creates research and demonstration vineyard to boost UK viticulture

East Malling creates research and demonstration vineyard to boost UK viticulture

East Malling Research (EMR) is setting up "a significant new viticulture plot for scientific and demonstration purposes" in partnership with UK vineyards.

See-through macs a runaway success at Chelsea

See-through macs a runaway success at Chelsea

The cold, wet start to the Chelsea Flower Show proved the perfect climate for Town & Country's new see-through macs range.

Proposal to fell Sheffield street trees prompts residents' campaign

Proposal to fell Sheffield street trees prompts residents' campaign

A campaign has been launched to protect 12 mature street trees which Sheffield City Council has slated for felling due to pavement damage.

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According To Edwards ... International trade and plant health

According To Edwards ... International trade and plant health

Manufacturers get excited by the thought of exporting. There is something righteous about the idea - exports help the nation. Imports are the other side of the coin. In the UK, as far as hardy plants are concerned, where we do far more of the latter than we do of the former, we do not get as excited as Italian or Dutch nurserymen at the thought of trade barriers relaxing.

Top 100 tracks confident sector

Top 100 tracks confident sector

For the past few years, our exclusive listing of the top 100 UK garden centres by turnover has tracked some significant changes in the garden industry.

Seabrook on...Good winners will strengthen Chelsea

Seabrook on...Good winners will strengthen Chelsea

Awards are strengthened by stiff competition and good winners.


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