Many garden centres are reporting record trading days with plants and garden sundries sales particularly strong, along with catering.
Simon Fraser of Ben Reid Garden Centre in Aberdeen reported that they had few packs of bedding left and that customers were still looking for... Read More >>
Pelargoniums like a sunny aspect and provide instant colour for pots, window boxes, containers on patios, hanging baskets and borders and will flower from spring right through to late autumn.
Pelargonium fan Baroness Floella Benjamin OBE says “When I see Perlargoniums... Read More >>
There are common elements in the currently separate approaches being taken to manage biosecurity, pollinators and invasives.
We feel that taking a more broad-based landscape approach has to be the way forward, but we also realise that this may not be easy or quick to do. We welcome the recognition... Read More >>
The Association of Professional Landscapers (APL) is delighted to announce that it will have a presence at Garden Up which runs from the 7 -8 June at the Sheffield Botanical Gardens.Read More >>
Written by HTA Business Improvement Consultant Andy Campbell in association with the HTA Retail Suppliers Group, the guide aims to improve understanding of the key drivers of profitability within plant retailing and identifies the wide range of discussion topics to explore in negotiations between... Read More >>
BOPP, the certification scheme for ornamental horticulture in the UK, has released the new version of the Ornamental Horticulture Packhouse Standard. BOPP is an international standard, which sets high standards of professionalism in the way in which certificated businesses operate and through unbiased... Read More >>