Four Oaks expects more EU and young plant exhibitors

Four Oaks will have at least as much plant stock from EU this year, maybe more than when the show was last held in 2019.


Much of the specimen/mature plants will be pre-ordered/sold so interested buyers should contact their suppliers now before they arrange transport.

Zelari Piante is taking 10 stands plus sponsoring the restaurant at Four Oaks this September 6-7.

Once more there will be a wide selection of British and European young plant producers - Danziger, Newey, Schneider, Hilverda Florist, Ball, MNP Flowers, Botanics International, Genesis, Kernock Park Plants, Syngenta, Denis-Plants, Alpha Plants, Adrian Ayley, Fairweathers, GASA, Seiont, Beekenkanp, Boweco, Elsner, Hishtil, Hogendoorn, Irish Advanced Liners, Oakover, Plandorex, Rijnbeek and Volmary.

Genesis Plant Marketing's Nigel Judd said he hopes to have Heuchera Frilly, Salvia Pink Amistad and a mix of trees, perennials ferns and more on his stand.

The exhibitor list to date is now online: Four Oaks Trade Show 2022 Exhibitor List (

Also, online registration is open now…. 2022 Visitor Registration Form – 50th anniversary 6 & 7 Sept – Four Oaks Tradeshow (

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