Top garden centres and growers to attend sell-out Garden Futures event

The HTA's Garden Futures event has sold out and director general David Gwyther promises delegates "will enjoy themselves" at the event, to be held at Kensington Roof Gardens in London on 20-21 October.

Gwyther said: "We are delighted that this event is now a sell out. Over 150 people from more than 60 well-known garden industry businesses will be there. They represent a cross-section of the best retailers, growers and suppliers in our industry. They will enjoy the commercial benefits of exchanging ideas on how best to drive their businesses forward — and they will also enjoy themselves."

Delegates include Boyd Douglas-Davies, Richard Knight, Ed Conroy, Philip Evason, Rebecca Grant, Felicity Down, William Notcutt, Caroline Owen, Carol Paris, Martin Breddy, Eddie Topping, Jeremy Frost, John Lord, Nick Davies and Jane Lawler.

Companies attending include: Abercorn Garden Centre, Aylett Nurseries, Barton Grange, Bawdeswell Garden Centre, Ben Reid, Boningale, Bransford Webbs, CJ Knight, Capital Gardens, Chestnut Garden Centre, Cleeve Nursery, Stewarts, Eden Project, Floramedia, Frosts, G7, Garden & Leisure, Gardman, Golden Acres, Greenfield Software, Grosvenor, Hambrook, Haskins, Homebase, Horticultural Coir, Huntmore, Ibbis, John Woods Nurseries, Johnsons of Whixley, Klondyke, LBS, Lowater, Malcolm Scott, Mayshade, Notcutts, Otter, Parkers, Quintons, RHS, Scotsdales, Shoot, Scotts, Solus, Squire's, St Peters, Stagecraft, Sunshine, Suttons, Shooting Lodge, Vital Earth, Westland and Woodlands.


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