News And Events
We attend a number of shows through the year, and we will update you here with information about what we have planned.
We are attending:
We will be attending the Four Oaks Trade Show
September 4th and 5th
We are delighted to announce that we have a trade stand at the Four Oaks Trade show, on the 4th and 5th of September.
We will be selling wands and plants for the next season and also are looking forward to meeting commercial growers looking to partner with us. We are also excited to announce that we have now started to sell potted lines. You may not be aware, but as of the Southport Flower Show, (which went exceptionally well) we are now selling both our mini and small wands as potted lines – providing instant living art for your garden!
So now our amazing ranges can be available all year round.
If you visit us at the show and place a firm a firm order you will benefit from guaranteed availability and exclusive show discounts on next seasons stock.
We will now be attending both the Harrogate and Malvern Autumn flower shows.
At both shows we will be selling potted plants to the general public at special show rates, including our usual show exclusive of extra-large (1 metre stem) wands.
We have attended:
The Sandringham Flower Show
This was an amazing show, and we got to meet so many new customers. Thanks to everyone who made the show so successful.
The Shrewsbury Flower Show
The Shrewsbury Flower Show is one of the country’s premier flow show events, attracting a huge number of top exhibitors from all over the UK.
The RHS Malvern Spring Festival
Thursday the 10th to Sunday the 13th May 2018.
The Newark Garden Show
Friday the 20th to Sunday the 22nd April 2018 at the Newark Showground NG24 2NY
The Ascot Spring Garden Show
13th April to 15th April 2018 at Ascot Racecourse
The garden press event – click here for details
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