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Horticulture Week is delighted to announce the names of the outstanding businesses shortlisted for the Horticulture Week Business Awards 2018.
In October horticulture industry representatives will present final findings on what the Government needs to do to develop and strengthen UK nursery production post Brexit, at an All-Party Parliamentary Gardening & Horticulture Group (APPGHG) meeting.
Bedfordshire rose grower Chessum Plants went into administration in April after more than 50 years in business, but what does that means for the UK rose trade?
Kirton Farm Nurseries, started by Derek Taylor, has pioneered coir plant pots through its Hairy Pot Plant Company and is now proving ahead of its time as anti-plastic feeling grows.
Concerns over climate, light levels and seasonal variability can all be overcome by using LEDs and they can deliver production benefits, Sally Drury reports.
Stocking a wide range of these impressive flowers from early March until June can boost sales, Miranda Kimberley reports.
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The right seeding and inputs are essential for keeping grass in top condition and ensuring that pitches look and perform at their best, says Sally Drury.
Using the right fertilisers on your crops can make all the difference when it comes to securing repeat customers, Sally Drury advises.
With a scheme promoting responsible sourcing nearing completion, growers need to take a fresh look at what they are using, says Sally Drury
These useful shrubs can fill large spaces in borders and provide colourful foliage in the autumn, says Miranda Kimberley.
The range of colours and flowering times makes for cheerful and economic displays, Miranda Kimberley reports.
Customers do not often know about the different leaf colours and shapes offered by hollies, Miranda Kimberley reports.
These heralds of spring are highly suited to being planted in tree circles, grass and rock gardens, says Miranda Kimberley.
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