PLANT SUPPLIERS BUYERS GUIDE

Ornamental plant production nurseries, including hardy nursery stock, protected crops, cut flowers and bulbs.

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PLANT SUPPLIERS GUIDE 2021

PLANT SUPPLIERS GUIDE 2021

Welcome to the digital edition of the 2021 Horticulture Week Plant Suppliers Guide – the essential reference guide for professional plant buyers.

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Japanese cherries

Japanese cherries

Cornus

Cornus

Malus

Malus

Malus domestica

Malus domestica

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100+ garden retail buyers 2021 A-Z UPDATED

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Tim Edwards

Boningales Nursery chairman Tim Edwards on the business of ornamentals production
 

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Andrew Hewson

Writer and columnist Andrew Hewson offers his reflections on horticulture
 

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Products & Kit

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Grower sundries - Options for nurseries

Grower sundries - Options for nurseries

Environmental factors are key for growers choosing the latest pots, growing media, fertilisers and labels, writes Sally Drury.

John AdlamJohn Adlam's Notes From The Nursery

A fortnightly roundup of jobs to do and what to watch out for to keep your crops protected.

Plant Focus

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.