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Horticulture Weekly
Garden Retail Bulletin 8th July 2020
 
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Analysis
 
How damaging has the lockdown been for the garden industry?
How damaging has the lockdown been for the garden industry?
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Latest Industry News
 
Homebase finds £5.4bn spend on gardening during coronavirus crisis but worries about neglect as lockdown eases Homebase finds £5.4bn spend on gardening during coronavirus crisis but worries about neglect as lockdown eases
 
 
British Home Enhancement Trade Association (BHETA) report shows gardening and online sales set to continue British Home Enhancement Trade Association (BHETA) report shows gardening and online sales set to continue
 
 
New report calls for ambitious pesticide reduction target New report calls for ambitious pesticide reduction target
 
 
Import restrictions now biggest issue for UK horticulture Import restrictions now biggest issue for UK horticulture
 
 
Garden centre restaurants see steady sales after reopening Garden centre restaurants see steady sales after reopening
 
 
Garden centre doubles sales from March-May Garden centre doubles sales from March-May
 
 
Retail and restaurants footfall slowly recovering Retail and restaurants footfall slowly recovering
 
 
German garden retail trade show Spoga Gafa cancels for 2020 German garden retail trade show Spoga Gafa cancels for 2020
 
 
WD Smith sees uncertain times ahead for bedding plant growers WD Smith sees uncertain times ahead for bedding plant growers
 
 
JTF Mega Discount Warehouses see no sign of gardening sales slowing JTF Mega Discount Warehouses see no sign of gardening sales slowing
 
 
Virtual garden furniture and barbecue show Solex launches after hot weather sees sales spike Virtual garden furniture and barbecue show Solex launches after hot weather sees sales spike
 
 
Darlac sees post-coronavirus lockdown sales rise Darlac sees post-coronavirus lockdown sales rise
 
 
Glee confirms cancellation - Autumn Fair also off Glee confirms cancellation - Autumn Fair also off
 
 
Horticultural movers this week beginning 4 July Horticultural movers this week beginning 4 July
 
 
Garden tool company rebrands Garden tool company rebrands
 
 
Wildflower ranges increased by Johnsons Seeds and Mr Fothergill's Wildflower ranges increased by Johnsons Seeds and Mr Fothergill's
 
 
New Harry Potter campaign from Young People's Horticulture Association New Harry Potter campaign from Young People's Horticulture Association
 
 
Barbecues sales sizzle Barbecues sales sizzle
 
 
Garden centre invests £175,000 into renewable energy Garden centre invests £175,000 into renewable energy
 
Plant Focus
 
Dianthus
Dianthus
A impressive variety of shapes and shades makes these plants popular in the garden as well as for floristry, writes Sally Drury.
 
Help and guidance for Horticulture in the coronavirus crisis
 
Covid-19 Guidance Tracker: LIVE TABLE
Covid-19 Guidance Tracker: LIVE TABLE
Our live table includes details of key Covid-19-related policy, legislation and guidance documents published by UK Government departments, non-departmental public bodies, and professional horticultural bodies.
 
 
HORTICULTURE EVENTS WATCH
HORTICULTURE EVENTS WATCH
Track cancellations and postponements of horticulture industry events due to coronavirus.
 
TOP 150 GARDEN CENTRES 2019

See our exclusive RANKING of garden centre performance by annual turnover plus the FULL REPORT AND ANALYSIS of the market drawing on our garden retail industry-exclusive research.  
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HORTICULTURE WEEK INTELLIGENCE

CLICK HERE to view a sortable and regularly updated table of key Brexit-related policy, legislation and guidance documents published by the UK government, devolved administrations and the European Commission, relevant to horticulture.


 
 
PLASTIC USE IN HORTICULTURE

The latest news and updates on the effort to minimise waste and use of plastic products in horticulture.  
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