A topic that will be discussed further at the HTA Plant Health Conference on 17 February, is that the amount of new planting in England has dropped from 3,300 hectares in 2013-14 to 2,400 hectares in 2014-15 and unconfirmed analysis of 2015-16 suggests... Read More >>
The Government's consultation response out this morning, which quotes the HTA extensively, is in favour of devolving power on Sunday Trading laws to local authorities. This could allow large shops, including garden centres, to open longer on Sunday. The devolution proposal was added as an amendment... Read More >>
Anthea McIntrye, MEP, has completed the line-up for the HTA Plant Health Conference to be held on Wednesday 17 February at the at the National Agri-Food Innovation Campus at Sand Hutton, near York, held in partnership with the Animal and Plant Health Agency (APHA).
Providing... Read More >>
The new look HTA stand displays a fresh, contemporary look that also manages to convey the association's heritage and position at the centre of the garden industry.
HTA staff are on hand for the duration of Spring Fair (7-11 Feb) to provide the latest information about the 2016 events calendar... Read More >>
Despite promises to improve the amount of woodland cover and tree planting in the UK, the amount of new planting in England has dropped from 3,300 hectares in 2013-14 to 2,400 hectares in 2014-15 and unconfirmed analysis of 2015-16 suggests that this figure could drop to as low as 1,600 hectares.
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Highly valued for their stunning floral displays and fresh, glossy, evergreen foliage and with dozens of varieties available, you’ll be spoilt for choice, so pick from camellias in shades of pink, red, white and cream.
Their ultimate size, habit and rate of growth vary immensely too,... Read More >>