Category: Supplier News
Green-tech protect over 65,0000 trees and shrubs in Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty. 

A new 50ha native woodland has been created in the heart of the Nidderdale Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty. The Summerstone Estate is situated within ...

Just Grow Pots

With cutting plastic production becoming a matter of urgency for the environment, it's great to see simple and yet innovative ideas to dramatically cut ...

Griffin Glasshouses to showcase new NGS models to landscapers at FutureScape

Griffin Glasshouses enjoyed a very successful summer season which is set to continue by exhibiting at this year’s FutureScape show. Griffin Glasshouses, one ...

Johnsons of Whixley announces first two management trainees as it gears up for future growth

Johnsons of Whixley has laid the blueprint for managerial recruitment as it aims to continue its development as a business – by taking on new recruits. ...

The mobile garden  trend is set to continue

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 ...

Griffin Glasshouses receives Best New Building nomination 

Specialist glasshouse designer and manufacturer Griffin Glasshouses is celebrating being nominated in the Best New Building category in the Portsmouth Society ...

Johnsons helps keep village’s mining heritage alive with supply of plants

Johnsons of Whixley has supplied more than £5,000 worth of plants to help renovate a community garden. One thousands plants – including shrubs, grasses ...

“Indoor therapy” brings about the revival of houseplants

Houseplants are making a comeback. The increased interest in urban gardening has seen the popularity of “bringing the outside in” rise. The indoor plant market ...

Colin Wetherley-Mein confirmed as GIMA Membership Ambassador

Former Vitax National Sales Manager and GIMA President, Colin Wetherley-Mein has recently joined the team at GIMA as Membership Ambassador, helping to boost ...

UK’s first recyclable pots arrive at Hillier Nurseries

The horticultural industry is leading the battle against single-use plastics and plans were announced in August to introduce the first kerbside recyclable ...

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