Albion Plants scoops award for best nursery stand at South West Growers Show

Devon-based Albion Plants beat off fierce competition to take the best nursery stand award and overall winner at last week's South West Growers Show in Exeter.

Springwood Nurseries was runner-up. Accepting the overall winner's prize, nursery partner Brenda Huggons said: "It really is testimony to the hard work all the staff put into exhibiting at the event and also into our business. We pride ourselves on excellent customer service and quality plants. This award confirms we are on the right track."

Recognising the importance of recycling, Mil-Tek Recycling & Waste Management won best new non-plant category, with WWP's temperature-controlled plant benching second.

Commenting on the high standard of exhibitors, plants and products at this year's event, show committee chairman Mark Taylor said: "We are overwhelmed with the quality of exhibits this year."

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