In This Issue
Bunnings doubles scale of pilot store programme
Largest Bunnings store opens in Milton Keynes
Malus toringo Aros is best in show at New Plant Awards
Adenophora White Blaze wins Visitor Vote Award
Visitors vote for the best retail inspiration ideas
Picture round-up from the HTA National Plant Show
Conna gets set for wing-walk in aid of Greenfingers
Greenfingers Ambassadors meet at National Plant Show
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Sad news - Alistair Lorimer dies
GIMA Awards 2017 – last few tickets remaining
Garden product sales bounce back
Runner beans toppled by cucumbers
Further growth for growing media sales
Sales of Roses more than double in volume
Garden Plants of the Month for 2018 announced
Eden Halls Greenhouses renames as Juliana Group
Bestsellers Top 50 charts every week
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Further growth for growing media sales
There are indications of further room for growth in growing media sales this week after GTN Bestsellers Top 50 volumes grew by 14% on the same week last year.

In this hot weather it seems gardeners are still actively planting in pots and looking to use mulches to preserve water.

The highlights this week were:
  • Westland John Innes Young Plants No 1 (30 litres) was the highest re-entry at No 22.
  • Another returning product was Scotts Levington Rose, Tree & Shrub Compost (56 litres).
  • Westland Multipurpose (50 litres) +20% Extra Free was the highest climber, moving up 32 places to No 15.
  • Scotts Levington Multipurpose + John Innes (56 litres) stayed on top of the chart.
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