Four Oaks Trade Show 2022 - award winners plus GALLERY + VIDEOS

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Best plant introduction nursery stock: Heliopsis Luna Roja (Fairweather's) breeder Janus Verschoor, agent Plantipp. 5,000 available. Highly commended: Crocosmia Firestarter (Allensmore Nurseries)

Best bedding and pot plant: Ball's Petunia Bee's Knees. Highly commended: Ball: Impatiens Glimmer Appleblossom

Best perennial/HNS: Fairweather: Heliopsis Lina Roja: Highly commended: Allensmore - Crocosmia Firestars Firestarter

Best professional product/service: Hortifeeds Hortihydrate Bio

Best professional equipment: Light Science Technologies: Nurturgrow

Best retail product/service: Southern Trident, Harmony Gardens Ericaceous Compost

Technical excellence: Petersfield peat-free seed compost

Best overseas exhibit: Innocenti & Mangoni; highly commended: Rijnbeek Perennials

Most innovative exhibit: Kernock Park Plants

Peter Seabrook award

Steve McCurdy of Majestic Trees

Pat Coutts awards

  • Andy Dorman - Mockridge Nurseries
  • Neil Williams - Petersfield Growing Mediums
  • Hannah Groome - Allensmore Nurseries
  • Kyle Ross- Wyevale Nurseries

Judges: Howard Drury, Bob Askew, John Adlam, Neville Stein, Sally Drury, Rachael Forsyth.


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