Wyevale's Choisya tipped to be a 'best-seller' as Four Oaks awards winners announced

The winners of the Four Oaks trade show best new products award were presented yesterday evening by Horticulture Week's Kate Lowe.

Wyevale's Choisya is overall products winner at Four Oaks 2008
Wyevale's Choisya is overall products winner at Four Oaks 2008

The winners were:

  • Bedding and pot plant Sakata Ornamentals UK for SunPatiens ‘Spreading Salmon Variegated’;
  • Nursery stock Wyevale Nurseries for Choisya ‘White Dazzler’;
  • Professional product/service Mobilane & RPG Herbs for Ivy Green Screens;
  • Retail product New Leaf Plants for Colour Plant Guide booklet;
  • Professional equipment Scotts Professional for H2Gro wetting agent;
  • Technical excellence City Irrigation for Ceta Dripper;
  • Most innovative exhibit Kernock Park Plants for The Kernock -Collection;
  • Best overseas exhibit Scanpolex (Denmark).

More than100 exhibitors entered the six nominated awards at this week’s Four Oaks Trade Show.

Judges chairman Graham Clarke described the overall winner, Wyevale Nurseries’ Choisya ‘White Dazzler’ as a more compact, floriferous form which should become a best-seller at retail.

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