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Breakfast Briefing 24th April 2019
 
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Garden centre sales reach more than double Easter 2018 Garden centres are reporting record Easter sales and looking ahead to what plants to order as May bank holiday approaches, with growers recommending early bookings to avoid disappointment. Garden centre sales reach more than double Easter 2018
 
 
Project lead: New public realm at £40m Leeds office project Hard and soft landscaping and tree planting are needed at a £40m office development in Leeds. Project lead: New public realm at £40m Leeds office project
 
 
Trade body reports garden centre sales for March up 37% Overall Garden Centre Association member sales for March were up 36.75% with a year to date change of 21.51%. Trade body reports garden centre sales for March up 37%
 
 
Retail nursery's bio-degradable plant carrier features in second BBC plastics report On 26 April, BBC2 programme Gardeners World will report on plastic plant pot alternatives including retail nursery Edibleculture's Posipot bio-degradable plant sleeve. Retail nursery's bio-degradable plant carrier features in second BBC plastics report
 
 
Hillier supports renovation of Holly Bush estate Hillier Trees has recently completed a project to supply semi-mature trees and mature hedging plants to Holly Bush Farm in Staffordshire. Hillier supports renovation of Holly Bush estate
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