Wyevale Nurseries to appear at Four Oaks

Wyevale Nurseries has once again signed-up to exhibit at the Four Oaks Trade Show in Cheshire this September.

Andy Johnson, Managing Director at Wyevale Nurseries with the new Hedera Algerian Bellecour

Wyevale Nurseries, which has had a stand at the show for more than 10 years, will be showcasing its latest plants at the event on September 5 and 6.

Commercial sales director Ian Wright said: “We’re delighted to be exhibiting once again at the 2023 Four Oaks Trade Show. It has become a significant and vital fixture in our annual events calendar, especially post-Covid, as we find our customers prefer to meet face-to-face more than ever now.

“We’ll be on Stand D87/86 and we’ll be showcasing some exciting new plants at the event. It’s brilliant to have the opportunity, through events like this, to meet our customers in person.”

At the 50th anniversary Four Oaks Trade Show last year, Wyevale Nurseries launched an innovative new ivy aimed at commercial landscapers.

Hedera Algerian Bellecour®, which is non-climbing, versatile ivy that is easy to look after, as it has no arborescent stage.

MD Andy Johnson said: “Hedera Algerian Bellecour® is a wonderful new addition to our range, which is particularly useful to amenity and commercial landscape contractors and architects, as well as consumers, as it doesn’t climb and remains in a juvenile form so requires little to no care.

“It has the ability to green large areas in a carpet of evergreen foliage, is low maintenance and doesn’t climb. So, we’re certain it will be a huge hit with those looking for a commercial landscape solution, as well as garden centres wishing to offer their customers something different that does a great job. It was very well received at the show last year and we’ve had some great orders as a result.”

Wyevale Nurseries also won best supplier award at the GCA conference last week.

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