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Updates about the Horticulture Wales project, along with industry news and opinion.

  • August - 2014

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      Horticulture Wales At Four Oaks Trade Show

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    • 26

      Produce Dragon Breathes Life Into County Show

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    • 20

      FarmStart – Helping New Horticulture Businesses Get Growing

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    • 19

      Plant And Animal Health Agencies To Merge

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    • 11

      Garden Centre Takes Top Prize At Prestigious Flower Show

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    • 7

      Free Workshop Set To Help Grow Plant Sales

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    • 5

      Latest Pesticides Forum Annual Report Published

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    • 4

      Market Analysis: Basic UK Horticultural Statistics 2014

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    • 1

      Garden Centre Crowned Best In Wales For Third Time

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July - 2014

Horticulture Wales At Four Oaks Trade Show

Horticulture Wales will join more than 400 other exhibitors at next week’s Four Oaks Trade Show, the UK’s premier event for the ornamentals industry.

Four Oaks Trade Show (180px * 180px)Come and see us on stand E3 during the two day event in Cheshire (2 and 3 September). Our stand will aim to promote the ornamentals sector in Wales, and as well as outlining our project’s ongoing work to improve supply chain efficiency, we are also delighted that two Welsh nurseries will be joining us to showcase their products.

Quinky Young Plants is a small, family-run nursery based in Cilgerran on the Ceredigion-Pembrokeshire border. It produces a range of alpine plants as plugs, in particular hugely popular lines such as Alpine Phlox, Sempervivum and Rhodohypoxis, as well as finished herbs and alpines.

Also joining us on the Horticulture Wales stand is Pottles Premier Plants. Founded in 1986, the nursery has expanded to become one of the largest in North Wales, operating out of an 11 acre site 600 feet above sea level in Holywell, Flintshire. It will be showcasing a selection of its hardy nursery stock sold in pot sizes ranging from 2-20 litres.

Now in its 44th year, the Four Oaks Trade Show is well-established as the UK’s premier event for the ornamentals industry. Situated on a 23 acre nursery in Lower Withington and comprising around 17,000 m2 of covered exhibition space, the show attracts thousands of visitors over its two days.

If you’re attending the show, come and say hello! Find us on stand E3…