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Celebrating horticulture in Scotland at HTA Holyrood reception

Horticulturalists and gardeners came together to celebrate Scottish horticulture at the HTA parliamentary reception event held at Holyrood yesterday evening (27 May 2015).

Holyrood reception

The 195 strong audience was made up of MSPs and representatives of gardening charities, community gardening groups as well as garden retail and nursery businesses from across the horticultural sector in Scotland.

The event, sponsored by keen gardener Christine Grahame MSP, took place in the

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Last few days to benefit from extended early bird rate for Catering Matters - HTA Catering Conference and Dinner

Book now at www.cateringconference.co.uk to benefit from the extended early bird rate, which runs until close of play on 29 May 2015.

Paul Cooling

The full conference package offers the best value but, with dedicated themes on each of the days, it is possible to attend just a single day, with prices held at last year's rates.

Joining Boyd Douglas-Davies, CEO, Hillview Garden Centres Ltd, and talking about ‘Integrating

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HTA Scottish Parliamentary Reception is now fully booked

With 265 guests now booked to attend the HTA Scottish Parliamentary Reception, the event is now at full capacity and unable to book any more places.

Scottish Parliamentary Buttonholes

HTA member Noel Allan, Galloway Heathers, is providing MSP’s with handmade heather buttonholes for the event, and these will be presented to Christine Grahame MSP on the morning of 27 May 2015. Members of Parliament are being asked to wear the buttonholes to help promote the event, and also

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Ornamental Horticulture Sector Unveils Plan to Grow £10 Billion Sector

Lord Heseltine backs move to boost undervalued industry at RHS Chelsea Flower Show.

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  • Action plan to stimulate growth unveiled at RHS Chelsea Flower Show
  • Leading national organisations back initiative
  • Expertise from within sector and beyond will guide development 

On Wednesday 20 May

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Roses for summer scent and colour

Complete your customersí gardens this summer with a beautiful rose, one of the most popular garden plants and the Horticultural Trades Associationís (HTA) Plant of the Month for June 2015.

Plant of the Month 2014

There is a rose for every garden situation, from Hybrid Teas to miniatures, climbers to floribundas, the choice is endless. They can be large or small, contemporary or traditional and boast both fragrance and colour.

As a perfect addition to any garden environment and being relatively easy

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Book now to benefit from extended early bird rate for Catering Matters - HTA Catering Conference and Dinner

Latest food trends, integrating catering into your garden centre offer, managing people and the growing gluten free market are just some of the key topics for discussion at Catering Matters - the HTA Catering Conference, dinner and exhibition.

Edwin Harrison

This popular event, sponsored by Vision Commercial Kitchens, takes place at The Belfry, Sutton Coldfield, West Midlands on 9 and 10 June 2015.

Book now at www.cateringconference.co.uk to benefit from the extended early bird rate which runs until 29 May 2015. The full conference package offers

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