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Gardening sales soar in July

Gardening sales soar in July

New figures show July retail sales were strong.

Study shows favourable results for growing in non-plastic pots

Study shows favourable results for growing in non-plastic pots

Sarah Millington of Hillview Hardy Plants RHS Master of Horticulture dissertation is on Alternatives to black plastic pots: Their lifespan and suitability for growing and keeping hardy nursery stock.

Garden centres seek the secret to profitable restaurants to maintain uplift going into autumn

Garden centres seek the secret to profitable restaurants to maintain uplift going into autumn

Garden retailers are looking towards late 2020 with hope of meeting budgets but are still looking for the perfect recipe for making catering profitable.


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Plant Library

Hebe

Hebe

These plants are enjoyed for their dense spikes, panicles or racemes of flowers and for their foliage, writes Sally Drury.

Quercus

Quercus

Oak trees are iconic, produce spectacular autumn foliage and benefit the natural environment, Sally Drury reports.

Dianthus

Dianthus

A impressive variety of shapes and shades makes these plants popular in the garden as well as for floristry, writes Sally Drury.


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