14/15 October, Royal Institute of British Architects, London
This year’s event, sponsored by Hozelock, Scotts Miracle-Gro and William Sinclair is being held at the Royal Institute of British Architects (RIBA) in London.
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At this time of year, attention turns to the changing colours of autumn ,with conifers play a big part in the garden giving year round colour when other leaves have fallen. This makes these hardy evergreens also the perfect choice for the Horticultural Trades Associaton’s (HTA)Plant... Read More >>
As the garden retail industry gets ready for a revitalised Glee 2014, the show’s organisers, i2i Events, are pleased to confirm that the Horticultural Trades Association (HTA) has already confirmed its ongoing support of the show, with a new three-year agreement. This renewed partnership will see the HTA share its industry leading knowledge and insight to help add even more value to Glee, providing benefits for visitors and exhibitors alike until 2018.Read More >>
Under the campaign title ‘Love the Plot You've Got', the campaign will work to demystify and popularise gardening amongst consumers who currently see the pastime as hard work and primarily for older people.Read More >>
Young horticulturists have two months to apply for one of five Student Scholarships and five months to apply for a Sponsored Scholarship.
This year sees a new scholarship opportunity from the South West Growers Show offering £1,500 financial support to a student, as well as the relaunch of the Wyevale Garden Centres Scholarship, formally the Garden Centre Group Scholarship. Wyevale Garden Centres is offering two students a £1,500 study support payment each and the opportunity to organise paid weekend and/or holiday work at a Wyevale Garden Centre.Read More >>
Today in 1994, the Sunday Trading Act came into law. Twenty years later, some of the regulations introduced by the Act seem particularly outdated. This is especially the case for garden centres, which are covered by the Act purely due to their need to be a large size, a necessity for display their live products.Read More >>