PLANT SUPPLIERS BUYERS GUIDE

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PLANT SUPPLIERS GUIDE 2019

PLANT SUPPLIERS GUIDE 2019

Welcome to the digital edition of the 2019 Horticulture Week Plant Suppliers Guide - the essential reference guide for professional plant buyers.

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In Depth

What opportunities are there for UK houseplant growers?

What opportunities are there for UK houseplant growers?

Business Award Winners' Insight for 2020  - Porters Fuchsias

Business Award Winners' Insight for 2020 - Porters Fuchsias

The winners of the 2019 Horticulture Week Business Awards reveal their priorities for 2020 and detail opportunities and challenges.

Spathiphyllum

Spathiphyllum

The air-purifying ability of the peace lily has been widely marketed to generate more sales, Miranda Kimberley reports.

Peat strategy: 2020's big issues explained

Peat strategy: 2020's big issues explained

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

Which new products can boost your green credentials?

Which new products can boost your green credentials?

What are the key buying trends in the market for trees and shrubs?
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

Corokia

Corokia

These underrated evergreen shrubs or small trees can be good alternatives to box hedging, writes Miranda Kimberley.

Hedera

Hedera

Ivies can clothe walls or provide ground cover and are ideal for brightening a dark corner, says Miranda Kimberley.

Carex

Carex

Evergreen grasses and sedges provide year-round structure and move with the wind, Miranda Kimberley writes.

Disporum

Disporum

These elegant woodland plants produce leafy green stems and bell-shaped flowers, says Miranda Kimberley.