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Horticulture Week Online Edition 19th September 2021
 

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Analysis

 
What are the garden centre best products and trends from Glee?
What are the garden centre best products and trends from Glee?
 
 
Why is garden centre development accelerating?
Why is garden centre development accelerating?
 
 
Eight leading garden retail figures speak on demand for the rest of 2021 and hopes for 2022
Eight leading garden retail figures speak on demand for the rest of 2021 and hopes for 2022
 
 
Why is Christmas stocking tighter this year for garden retailers?
Why is Christmas stocking tighter this year for garden retailers?
 
 
After 'crazy' year for growers normality returns but issues around labour, pricing, peat and transport remain
After 'crazy' year for growers normality returns but issues around labour, pricing, peat and transport remain
 
 
Garden centre farm shops - the Clarkson effect
Garden centre farm shops - the Clarkson effect
More on peat
 
HW Podcast
 
Horticulture Week Podcast: harnessing the therapeutic potential of gardens with Horatio's Gardens' Dr Olivia Chapple
Horticulture Week Podcast: harnessing the therapeutic potential of gardens with Horatio's Gardens' Dr Olivia Chapple
More podcasts
 
Movers
 
Winners and losers in the week to 17 September Winners and losers in the week to 17 September
 
 
Movers to 17 September Movers to 17 September
 
Chelsea Flower Show roundup
 
Early glimpse of first autumn RHS Chelsea Flower Show - GALLERY
Early glimpse of first autumn RHS Chelsea Flower Show - GALLERY
Horticulture Week has been able to preview show gardens and features at Chelsea 2021 (September 20-26).
 
 
RHS Chelsea Flower Show - what are the trends?
 
 
RHS Chelsea Flower Show - 18 new plants listed for award
 
 
Why isn't RHS Chelsea Flower Show plant-based? asks top garden designer
 
 
11 nurseries and gardens supply Villaggio Verde's Monument piazza at RHS Chelsea Flower Show
 
 
Hortus Loci overcomes challenges to supply 20 at RHS Chelsea Flower Show
 
 
Mind, Body & Soil subscription box delivering self-care through plants makes it to RHS Chelsea Flower Show
 
 
RHS Chelsea Flower Show diary: Agrumi's Stanley Jackson #5
 
Other News Highlights this week
 
APPG chair calls for renewed policy focus on sustainable intensification in agriculture
 
 
Plant importers and HTA welcome delay to checks on plants imported from the EU
 
 
Application for 65 homes at garden centre site
 
 
Evergreen Garden Care (ECG) to invest £7m in peat-free production for 2022
 
 
RHS Sustainability Strategy aims to influence horticulture industry targets on net zero
 
 
Newton Rigg reborn at Lowther Castle as new horticulture education facility opens
 
 
Dalefoot Composts to double production again
 
 
Thanet Earth unable deliver £320k of tomatoes, MP tells Parliament
 
 
67,000 trees planted in London as tree situation improves
 
 
Countryside Stewardship Facilitation Fund launched to include tree planting schemes
 
 
Lowther runner-up in European landscape awards
More news
 
Chelsea Diary
 
Time to rethink seasonal labour Time to rethink seasonal labour
 
New Plants with Graham Rice
 
New Plants: Leucanthemum - How ox-eye daisies are meeting modern demands
New Plants: Leucanthemum - How ox-eye daisies are meeting modern demands
 
Top 175 Garden Centres 2021
 
Top 175 UK Garden Centres 2021 reflect ups and downs of a rollercoaster year and changes in the top 10 Top 175 UK Garden Centres 2021 reflect ups and downs of a rollercoaster year and changes in the top 10
 
Maintenance checklist
 
SEPTEMBER TURFCARE TASKS SEPTEMBER TURFCARE TASKS
 
 
SEPTEMBER PARKS AND GARDENS MAINTENANCE TASKS SEPTEMBER PARKS AND GARDENS MAINTENANCE TASKS
 
Analysis
 
Nurturing the horticulture leaders of tomorrow
Nurturing the horticulture leaders of tomorrow
 
Plant health
 
EAMU Expiry Alert: November 2021 EAMU authorisations that are due to expire by the end of November 2021. EAMU Expiry Alert: November 2021
 
 
EAMU roundup: August 2021 A round up of the latest horticultural EAMU authorisations.
 
 
Brassica alert: ringspot risk high Read on for the latest Pest & Disease Tracker Alert. Brassica alert: ringspot risk high
 
 
Alert: humidity ups disease on brassica Read on for the latest Pest & Disease Tracker Alert. Alert: humidity ups disease on brassica
More here
 


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HORTICULTURE WEEK INTELLIGENCE

CLICK HERE to view monthly breakdowns of the top garden retail product sellers according to Electronic Point-of-Sale data.


 

PARTNER CONTENT

 
How to spot and control caterpillar infestation – and save your crop Presented by Fargro How to spot and control caterpillar infestation – and save your crop
 
HORTICULTURE WEEK PODCASTS

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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.


 
PEAT AND HORTICULTURE

CLICK HERE to view all Horticulture Week's coverage on the use of peat in horticulture and moves towards peat-free growing media for growers and garden centres


 
 

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