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Horticulture and peat

Click here to see all of Horticulture Week's coverage of efforts to reduce peat use in horticulture. 

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Help take the sting out of gardening for customers this summer

Help take the sting out of gardening for customers this summer

Ros Munday, sales manager at bite away®, shares advice for garden retailers to help staff and customers avoid some of the unexpected pitfalls that the green-fingered may encounter.

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Plant Focus

Digitalis

Digitalis

Foxgloves are easy to grow and produce tall spikes of flowers that are magnets for pollinators, writes Sally Drury.

Magnolia

Magnolia

Good pictorial labelling and effective use of point-of-sale material is crucial for these showy flowers, says Sally Drury.

Cornus

Cornus

This diverse and ornamental genus presents opportunities for retailers as well as landscapers, writes Sally Drury.


Garden Centre Profiles


Business Planning


Peter Seabrook

Guidance from the centre ground

Guidance from the centre ground

Difficulties posed by peat reduction

Difficulties posed by peat reduction

Good seed, cuttings and potting composts are the foundation for good plant production and gardening success.

Chelsea Flower Show in autumn could be dazzling

Chelsea Flower Show in autumn could be dazzling


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