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A formally trained artist, designer, and photographer, Caroline Gatehouse started “Fat White Cat Studio” in 2011 following favourable reaction to her exhibited artwork, and suggestions from the public that many of her images would make attractive Greetings Cards. And so it was that “Fat White Cat Studio” started on Caroline’s kitchen table, in her small cottage in a Warwickshire village – a true “cottage industry”!
At Bathgate Horticulture, we provide an extensive range of quality products for professional growers, landscapers, garden retailers and dedicated horticultural enthusiasts.
The Bathgate Retail Range has been formulated with carefully selected ingredients to optimise performance and is attractively packaged to maximise retail sales potential.Whatever your requirements, you can be assured that we only use the finest ingredients to produce consistent, high quality products every time.
Garden Trade Specialist editor Victoria Galligan spoke to Jim McNulty, Development Director at Restructa Ltd, whose brands include GlasGlo – a recycling firm whose aggregates are made from glass TV screens…
Where did the idea come from to use TV screens as aggregate?
Since the company was formed back in 2006 we’ve always strived to have solutions and recycling applications for our Cathode Ray Tube (CRT) glass.
Glee 2018 was Wildlife World’s best yet with a staggering 60 per cent increase in new enquiries. Celebrating its 20th anniversary this year, the Wildlife World team wowed garden centre buyers and retailers with its new eye-catching stand.
Packed full of innovative products, the larger open-ended stand was laid out by species and showcased Wildlife World’s award-winning British designed and tested wildlife range of products.
Woodlodge’s phenomenal growth continued at Glee 2018 with the company smashing all targets from previous shows and resulting in an influx of orders with its product lines proving to be an instant hit with garden retailers. With a bigger and more spectacular stand in the heart of Hall 6, new planter designs and an extension of existing popular ranges, Woodlodge cemented its position as the market leader of garden pots by more than doubling its sales from last year’s leading industry event.
Following the launch and resulting success of its dual merchandising product displays, Vitax will continue to fulfil the demand for specialist products for 2019 with the launch of its new feed and compost ranges.
With over 10 new products on show at Glee for the first time, it was Olive Tree Feed, Tree & Shrub Planting Feed and Japanese Maple Organic Acer Feed along with Tree Fern and Palm Feed which generated the most interest.
Manchester-based pet bed specialists Scruffs® have started the new month with a free giveaway featuring their best-selling memory foam collection.
The Scruffs® Chateau pet bedding collection forms part of our memory series of orthopaedic pet beds, ideally suited to older dog, larger breeds or pets that require more support for their joints, back or body.
A giant outdoor artwork created with a leaf blower and thousands of fallen autumn leaves has been unveiled today by leading home improvement and garden living retailer, B&Q.
The 15m long natural replica of the famous Mona Lisa painting was created by artist Nathan Wyburn using clusters of brown, red and purple leaves, to inspire the public to make their outdoor spaces a work of art and start the autumn tidy up.
In August 2017, The Telegraph published research that showed that gardeners across Britain are spending more money on their gardens than their parents did. This research is in line with surveys and studies that have been commissioned by the Common Sense Gardening Group.
The research showed that 35% of people felt that the garden is the new living room. Extending interior design to exterior design.
THE MORE settled weather in August (2018) meant gardeners were able to get on with their gardening and plant seeds and bulbs.
Compared to last year (2017) sales in seeds and bulbs were up 14.12% according to the Garden Centre Association’s (GCA) Barometer of Trade (BoT) report.
GRADUATES from all degree disciplines are being invited this month (October, 2018) to consider applying to a leading nursery in Hereford for its Graduate Trainee Programme.
Wyevale Nurseries’ two-year in-house programme covers all areas of the business and is not only open to those wishing to go into nursery production, but any element of the business including finance, IT, sales or marketing.
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