HTA reports strong bookings for upcoming National Plant Show

The HTA has reported more than 90% takeup of stand space for this year's National Plant Show.

The  HTA National Plant Show, taking place on 28-29 June at Stoneleigh Park in Warwickshire.

Over 85 businesses will be exhibiting at the show including 15 first-time exhibitors – Thompson & Morgan, Syngenta Seeds, Blofield Nurseries, Greenfingers (Kenilworth), Moles Seeds, Northfield Nursery, Trioscape Garden Centre, Viking Nurseries, W Robinson & Sons, Riley Growers, Delamore, Kingfisher Nursery, Jadecliff, Gardeners Kitchen, Euroflora and Burston Nurseries.

HTA director of business development Tim Briercliffe said:  "Building on the momentum from last year, bookings for the 2011 HTA National Plant Show are ahead of schedule and it is great to see so many companies attending for the first time.

"A win-win situation for UK growers and garden retailers, the show provides the ideal opportunity to view the variety of plants available from UK suppliers."

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