Garden Press Event stand bookings up 27 per cent

The Garden Press Event has announced that stand bookings are up by 27 per cent on last year, and is are on target to have a record number of exhibitors.

Registrations from the gardening media are 100 per cent up compared with this time last year.

Many companies who have attended every year have re-booked for the 2011 event, including Bulldog Tools, Belstane, Bosch Lawn and Garden, David Austin Roses, Haddonstone, Hillier Nurseries, Plant Heritage, Sutton Seeds, Syngenta Seeds, Vitax and Vital Earth.

In addition, Gardman return, and new exhibitors including Treebox, Autopot, The Nether Wallop Trading Company, Haxnicks will make their debuts.

Among other highlights, Squires Garden Centres will be celebrating their 70th anniversary with a special exhibit at the press event.

The Garden Press even takes place on 3 February at RHS Lawrence Hall, London,

There is still some stand space left. See 


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