Vote for the Spirit of Four Oaks plant of the year

The annual Four Oaks trade show will be held online this year and we are giving Horticulture Week readers the chance to vote for the Best New Plant award.

***THIS VOTE IS NOW CLOSED***

The Spirit of Four Oaks 2020 will feature selected exhibitors with exclusive product info, videos and podcasts as well news and the latest updates.

Part of the Spirit of Four Oaks event is the Plant of the Year Award which this year will be voted for by Horticulture Week readers.

The 28-strong shortlist features plants from Kernock Park Plants, Ball Colegrave, Beekenkamp, Earley Ornamentals, Botanics International, Hoogenraad and Danziger which were submitted to show organiser, Pat Coutts. 


VOTE FOR YOUR PLANT OF THE YEAR

To vote for your plant of the year, first look at the shortlisted plants:

SHORTLISTED PLANTS

Then VOTE FOR YOUR TOP THREE PLANTS here.


Closing date: 1 September 2020

In 2021, Four Oaks Trade show will belatedly celebrate its 50th anniversary  after organiser Pat Coutts was forced cancel the 2020 show due to the Covid-19 pandemic and resulting restrictions.

Four Oaks Trade show takes place each September on a 23 acre nursery site in Cheshire. The exhibition covers an area of 13,000m² under glass with additional outdoor areas.


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