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Breakfast Briefing 28th February 2021
 

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What’s the added value of adopting a natural capital approach to forestry?
What’s the added value of adopting a natural capital approach to forestry?
 
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Europe-bound plants returned as undeliverable Europe-bound plants returned as undeliverable
 
 
February garden centre sales finish strongly February garden centre sales finish strongly
 
 
Record-breaking Hillier won't exhibit at RHS Chelsea Flower Show Record-breaking Hillier won't exhibit at RHS Chelsea Flower Show
 
 
Pentland has skipped 30,000 primroses because Scottish garden centres remain closed Pentland has skipped 30,000 primroses because Scottish garden centres remain closed
 
 
Survey shows import delays Survey shows import delays
 
 
With trade down 80-90%, London’s wholesale markets call on the Government for urgent action budget to ensure their survival With trade down 80-90%, London’s wholesale markets call on the Government for urgent action budget to ensure their survival
 
 
Woodland Trust to plant legacy forest for Captain Tom Woodland Trust to plant legacy forest for Captain Tom
 
 
Woodland strategy aims to boost tree cover over Glasgow City Region Woodland strategy aims to boost tree cover over Glasgow City Region
 
 
NFU responds to UK National Action Plan for Pesticides consultation NFU responds to UK National Action Plan for Pesticides consultation
 
 
Garden retailer apologises to environment lawyer Garden retailer apologises to environment lawyer
 
 
Irish Government unveils initiative to tackle forestry sector issues Irish Government unveils initiative to tackle forestry sector issues
 
 
Hampton Court Palace launches inaugural Tulip Festival Hampton Court Palace launches inaugural Tulip Festival
 
 
Gardens certified as Good to Go to automatically receive Safe Travels stamp Gardens certified as Good to Go to automatically receive Safe Travels stamp
 
 
Frank P Matthews delivers 4,000 Japanese flowering cherry trees Frank P Matthews delivers 4,000 Japanese flowering cherry trees
 
 
Wilko increases gardening offer Wilko increases gardening offer
 
 
National Trust and partners signal hope and healing with blossoming ambitions around the UK National Trust and partners signal hope and healing with blossoming ambitions around the UK
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