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Bunny Guinness criticised for peat support 
Where are we with peat as Defra's consultation ends? 
British Garden Centres rebrands 
 
Provender Nurseries opens up 

Seabrook in pictures
 
Defra minister visits Evergreen to discuss peat 
Paolo Arrigo takes aid out to and refugees back from Polish-Ukrainian border 
RHS awards presented 
 
Extension unveiled at garden centre 
RHS restructures media department 
British Growers Association speaks out on food security, labour and R&D 
 
Floral Fantasia new beginning gives opportunity to promote best new plants to the public 
 
Ball Colegrave showcases spring added value 
Bedding sales spring update


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