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Ornamentals News 24th April 2019
 
 
Analysis
 
Why Hillier believes woody shrubs will be modernising gardens
Why Hillier believes woody shrubs will be modernising gardens
 
Latest Industry News
 
Garden centre sales reach more than double Easter 2018 Garden centres are reporting record Easter sales and looking ahead to what plants to order as May bank holiday approaches, with growers recommending early bookings to avoid disappointment. Garden centre sales reach more than double Easter 2018
 
 
Retail nursery's bio-degradable plant carrier features in second BBC plastics report On 26 April, BBC2 programme Gardeners World will report on plastic plant pot alternatives including retail nursery Edibleculture's Posipot bio-degradable plant sleeve. Retail nursery's bio-degradable plant carrier features in second BBC plastics report
 
 
Pelargonium marketing campaign targets Chelsea Fringe and Clerkenwell Design Week A geranium marketing campaign has launched with two London installations planned in May. Pelargonium marketing campaign targets Chelsea Fringe and Clerkenwell Design Week
 
 
Fargro launches aphids and whitefly insecticide Fargro has launched Sequoia, an insecticide for the control of aphids and whitefly on a range of crops. Fargro launches aphids and whitefly insecticide
 
 
Biosecurity proposals pose challenge for Chelsea show garden creators A potential conflict between commercial realities of tree importation and mooted quarantines on specimens shipped from the continent has been highlighted at a biosecurity risks event. Biosecurity proposals pose challenge for Chelsea show garden creators
 
 
McQueens Flowers highlights importance of bee conservation at RHS Chelsea Flower Show McQueens Flowers has been commissioned by the RHS to create two original art installations at the Chelsea Flower Show, 21 - 25 May. McQueens Flowers highlights importance of bee conservation at RHS Chelsea Flower Show
 
 
Johnsons of Whixley supplies £40m development Johnsons of Whixley has supplied plants to Spinning Acres, a £40m development within a conservation area in Leeds. Johnsons of Whixley supplies £40m development
 
 
Low winter rainfall could lead to watering restrictions if dry conditions continue Nursery consultant John Adlam says the winter has been too dry to fully replenish water suppliers as a Government report on abstraction reforms nears completion. Low winter rainfall could lead to watering restrictions if dry conditions continue
 
 
Perennial Garden wins silver at RHS Cardiff as charity expands team Designed by Irish garden designer Peter Donegan and constructed by Burnham Landscaping, the garden marked the charity's 180th anniversary. Perennial Garden wins silver at RHS Cardiff as charity expands team
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Plant Focus
 
Sambucus
Sambucus
Versatile and tough, this genus is easy to grow and is tolerant of a wide range of soils, says Miranda Kimberley.
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Plant Health
 
Alert - powdery mildew and rust
 
 
EAMU Expiry Alert: July 2019 EAMU authorisations that are due to expire by the end of July 2019. EAMU Expiry Alert: July 2019
 
 
EAMU update: Quantum SX for ornamental plant production
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Exclusive HW Industry Data
 
Top 70 UK Ornamentals Nurseries boast a combined turnover of more than £800m
Top 70 UK Ornamentals Nurseries boast a combined turnover of more than £800m
 
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