Four Oaks Trade Show Awards open for entries

Ornamentals suppliers and growers are invited to submit their entries to the 2015 Four Oaks Trade Show Awards - and take advantage of the competitive edge winning an award can provide.

Last year's awards which were judged by Iain Wylie of the Garden Centre Association, Ian Riggs of Jersey Choice, Andrew Hewson of ADAS and Gavin McEwan, HW, saw Young Plants win the Bedding & Pot Plants category with Pelargonium Red Fox Big Ezee Fuchsia Blue while Fargro picked up the award for Professional Products & Services with Mosskade.  Other winners were Javado, Senmatic, Modiform Zen Flora and Lovania Nurseries.

The award categories for 2015 are:

  • Best nursery stock introduction
  • Best bedding and pot plant introduction
  • Best professional product or service,
  • Best retail product
  • Best technical equipment
  • Most innovative exhibit
  • Best overseas exhibit

The deadline for entries is Friday 4th September.

A special awards presentation will take place at the Four Oaks Trade Show on 8th September, hosted by Horticulture Week.

To enter the awards, please contact Pat Coutts at four-oaks-hort@btconnect.com.


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