ONE OF the UK’s leading nurseries in Hereford will be attending this year’s (2014) Landscape Show at Battersea Park in London.
Wyevale Nurseries is exhibiting at the UK’s leading trade event taking place on Tuesday, September 23 and Wednesday, September 24.
Adam Dunnett, Sales and Marketing Director at Wyevale Nurseries, explained: “The Landscape Show is a must for anyone associated with the industry and we’re delighted to be going this year.
“We have a stand at the event (E43) and would like to take the opportunity to say ‘hello’ to lots of new people as well as meet up with our current and potential clients. We’ll also be giving out free information to anyone interested in finding out about the plants and services we offer.”
ONE OF the UK’s leading nurseries in Hereford has entered a new plant into the nursery stock award category at the Four Oaks Trade Show (September, 2014).
Eucomis ‘Pineapple Princess Glitter’ is new and exclusive to Wyevale Nurseries and was bred by New World Plants.
ONE OF THE UK’s leading commercial nurseries has reported a 15% increase in amenity sales this year (2014).
Wyevale Nurseries, which is based in Hereford, has seen a rise in demand for trees, hedging transplants, container grown hedging and specimen shrubs.
Adam Dunnett, Sales and Marketing Director, said: “We have put a lot of work in to our product mix to reflect customer demand and after a few challenging years we are really pleased that amenity sales are picking up again with a year on year increase of 15%.
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GARDEN centres are now de-stocking their shrub benches in the winter preferring to order plants in early spring according to one of the UK’s leading commercial nurseries (August, 2014).
Wyevale Nurseries says garden centres have recently changed their buying patterns to match those of consumers and despite campaigns designed to encourage autumn planting, spring still remains the key season.