John Woods Nurseries prepares for Chelsea

John Woods Nurseries is busy preparing for the RHS Chelsea Flower Show, where its products will be showcased in the Deakin/Lock design A Fruitful Garden.

The design, which aims to show how fruit can be grown in a typical front garden, will make use of the group's Upwardly Mobile scheme from last year, combining current plants and new additions, and will also feature apple trees among cubes of box and Coprosma.

It forms part of the show's Four Generations feature, sponsored by The Sun newspaper, and will be displayed alongside a schools' grow your own fruit and vegetables exhibit, a schools' grow your own cut flowers exhibit and a Class Gardens Mature Couples front garden exhibit.

John Woods managing director John Lord said: "A Fruitful Garden will inspire homeowners who want to put their mark on their front gardens and take advantage of the real opportunity to grow their own fruit."

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