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THE TREND for mobile gardens is set to continue says Wyevale Nurseries (October, 2018) as figures reveal home ownership among 25-34-year-olds is decreasing with more young people renting instead.
The English Housing Survey Headline Report 2016-17 found that 46% of 25-34-year-olds now live in private rentals, compared with 27% in 2006-07.
The garden centre group, Haskins, is celebrating after a successful launch of its Christmas department across all four of its centres.
Customers can browse a variety of gifts, with plenty suitable for green-fingered adults, as well as plenty to choose from for beginner gardeners. There’s also a wide range of decorations available.
Real pot-grown trees will be available at Haskins from Monday October 29 and real cut trees will be available from Monday November 19. For customers that prefer artificial trees, these are also available.
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.
For hundreds of growers across the country, Christmas is more than just a day in the calendar – it’s a year-round job which culminates in December and begins again in January. Harry Brightwell of the British Christmas Tree Growers Association (BCTGA) and Mark Spurway of Feddal talk to editor Victoria Galligan about life as a Christmas tree grower…
The BCTGA was formed in 1980 to improve the quality of Christmas trees sold in the UK, encouraging the sale of good-quality, live Christmas trees and offering a bar against which all 7million tree sold by its members per year should measure up to.
Terrace & Garden, a supplier of stylish, high-quality, affordable pottery and gifts for the home and garden since 1989, announces the launch of a new addition to its established and very popular collection of pots and planters made under license for the Royal Botanic Gardens, Kew.
Terrace & Garden’s newest collection of frost -proof, antique-finish terracotta planters can be seen for the first time on stand E72 in Hall 8 at GLEE in Birmingham’s NEC, from 10-12 September, and stand 3P12 at Autumn Fair, the season’s premier wholesale gift and home trade event, from 2-5 September, also at the NEC.
The new terracotta range will be available to order at the shows for delivery early Spring 2019. Designed to offer high quality at affordable prices, both the new and established ranges are aimed at garden centres and independent stores throughout the UK.
Launched at Glee 2017 to critical acclaim, Smart Garden’s Flamboya brand has already achieved resounding sales success this season with an unrivalled selection of garden décor products, garden gifts and collectibles.
This Glee (10th – 12th September, NEC Birmingham) the brand is going to be expanded even more with over 90 new designs, helping to further cement Flamboya as the market leader in the garden décor category.
The Ménagerie range will have the largest number of new additions featuring a wide range of designs and characters for all gardens and consumer tastes.
Liberon, the leading woodcare brand, is bringing a splash of colour to the garden with its new Garden ColourCare range. Featuring four products, all benefiting from the same advanced formulations as Liberon’s standard exterior woodcare range, the new collection has been developed to introduce a choice of colours to any exterior wood, from decking to garden furniture.
Garden ColourCare Decorative Furniture Oil
Ideal for teak, exotic wood or pine, the Garden ColourCare Decorative Furniture Oil can revamp all exterior woodworks and garden furniture. The durable oil protects against damage from UV, water and grease to preserve the natural appearance of exterior wood. Available in a range of six colours, from the stylish Ashen Grey to the natural Mid Brown, the oil will bring a new lease of life to any wooden garden furniture.
Crest Garden have increased their sales team with the appointment of a National Account Manager and a new Area Sales Manager.
Katie Smith joins the company as National Account Manager responsible for national, multiple, online and key international accounts. She has a background in medical sales and has travelled extensively. Her experience includes business planning, sales training and organising in-store events.
Green-fingered staff and residents at a Greenock care home, Kincaid House, are celebrating after digging their way to victory in an annual gardening competition.
Kincaid House Care Home triumphed over 22 other Meallmore care homes across Scotland, securing the top spot in the care provider’s “Meallmore in Bloom” competition with its creative nautical themed garden design.
Inspired by its proximity to the Clyde, the care home’s outdoor space now includes three boats filled with flowers and fishing accessories, a beach hut design windbreaker, a hanging display of buckets and spades and even a mini sand pit.
JFH Horticultural Supplies Ltd are based in Sandbach and here, sales director Nelson Hutchins discusses the firm’s range of recycled, biodegradable products…
Why are biodegradable products so important to the garden trade?
As an industry I guess we are always looking at sustainability and protecting the environment. Customers are passionate about the ‘green’ vision and saving the environment.
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