Polanter and Carbon Gold among new exhibitors at Garden Press Day

Organisers of the Garden Press Day on 4 February at RHS Lawrence Hall in London have confirmed 24 exhibitors to date.

The event is aimed at consumer gardening journalists and raises money for Greenfingers.

Uniquevents event organiser Steve Howlett said: "New exhibitors to the event include Polanter, which makes vertical, modular garden planting systems and Carbon Gold, which has identified opportunities for the commercial development of biochar to remove CO2 from the atmosphere and improve soil fertility.

"Also, after its absence is 2009, it is nice to see Husqvarna returning to the event to showcase its 2010 product range. Established regulars include Suttons Seeds, David Austin Roses and Bosch Lawn & Garden. The Garden Press Event 2010 certainly looks set to be the best yet."

 

Exhibitors

  • Avon Bulbs
  • Bayer Garden
  • Belstane
  • Bosch Lawn & Garden
  • Bulldog Tools (Rollins)
  • Carbon Gold
  • Coblands Best4Plants
  • David Austin Roses
  • Doff Portland
  • Greenhouse Sensation
  • Haddonstone
  • Hillier Nurseries
  • Husqvarna
  • John Woods Nurseries
  • Kings Seeds
  • Plant Heritage
  • Polanter
  • Scotts Miracle-Gro
  • STV Pest Control
  • Suttons Seeds
  • Syngenta
  • TruGreen
  • Vectorworks UK
  • Vitax

 

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