Four Oaks '50 of the Best'

Here we present - in no particular order - a great selection of 50 exciting plants & products, representing thousands, to see at the anniversary Four Oaks Trade Show – 6 & 7 September, 2022.

‘There’s always something at Four Oaks you won’t find anywhere else’ a visitor said recently & when it comes to plants, that’s undoubtedly true - with the largest selection from all around the world displayed at any UK show. But there’s so much more to see – look around this section, the show website & on social media. If you’re in the trade, then almost anything you could use or re-sell in your business can be found at Four Oaks – the leading trade show for UK horticulture for 50 years.

Register now to see the latest & best plants & products, to network with suppliers, customers & colleagues from all around the World by clicking here or scanning the QR code below:

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