Future of amenity plant supply to be explored at grower Coles' centenary open day

Specialist landscaping and amenity market nursery Coles is celebrating its 100th anniversary by looking to the future.

It has chosen The Future of Amenity Plant Supply in the UK as its centenary open day theme on 19th September with speakers including James Hayes of Bulrush Horticulture, Penny Evans of the HTA and BALI’s Wayne Grills.  

The event is aimed at landscape architects, wholesale nurseries, arboriculturists, landscapers, contract managers and grounds and parks staff and attendees can experience practical demonstrations, seminars and nursery tours, between 10am and 4.30pm.

The open day is one of a series of centenary events the company is holding this year and takes place at Coles’ 101ha growing site in Gaddesby, Leicester.

Tickets cost £10 per person or £5 for BALI members. Half of each ticket price will be donated to the horticulturalists charity Perennial

Click here to download a booking form or email marketing manager Harry Hitchcock for more information.

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