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Winners and losers in the horticulture week to September 25

Winners and losers in the horticulture week to September 25

Government gives more support for workers as furloughing set to end: with industry reaction

Government gives more support for workers as furloughing set to end: with industry reaction

Chancellor Rishi Sunak has announced a new Job Support Scheme, starting in November to replace the furlough scheme, which finishes at the end of October.

AHDB's Campbell-Gibbons tells tomato conference levy payers will be heard

AHDB's Campbell-Gibbons tells tomato conference levy payers will be heard

AHDB horticulture board chairman Hayley Campbell-Gibbons said the levy board will change its ways, while the NFU updated the conference on labour shortages, coronavirus outbreak prevention and Brexit.


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Plants Library

Late-flowering Clematis

Late-flowering Clematis

With stunning displays lasting until late autumn, now is an ideal time to promote these colourful gems, Sally Drury advises.

Dwarf Narcissus

Dwarf Narcissus

These well-loved flowers can help to sustain passion for growing that built up during lockdown, Sally Drury suggests.

Calluna vulgaris

Calluna vulgaris

These plants survive severe exposure and make good ground cover in cityscapes to wildlife gardens, writes Sally Drury.

Colchicum

Colchicum

These autumn wonders produce colourful flowers that make for a sensational display, says Sally Drury.

Hebe

Hebe

These plants are enjoyed for their dense spikes, panicles or racemes of flowers and for their foliage, writes Sally Drury.

Quercus

Quercus

Oak trees are iconic, produce spectacular autumn foliage and benefit the natural environment, Sally Drury reports.


Peter Seabrook

Big opportunities ready to be seized

Big opportunities ready to be seized

There can be no dispute about the huge number of people new and returned to gardening as a result of the lockdown.

An ideal time to raise our game

An ideal time to raise our game

Work together to build more plant sales

Work together to build more plant sales

Different sections of the industry came together in a spirit of cooperation as a result of Covid-19.


Tim Edwards


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