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April down 7% but year to date sales up 6% on 2021 with Jubilee Bank Holiday to come
Jubilee plant sales success and Peat Free clarity at Ayletts
Longacres on a Bank Holiday Sunday
Award-winning Harmony Gardens brand goes from strength to strength
April plant sales up 24% on 2019
Evergreen Garden Care gives update on slug pellets
Green Light Trust and Notcutts announce corporate partnership
Award-winning pet accessory firm set to exhibit at Glee
The horticultural industry’s tribute to Peter Seabrook – ‘In haste’
Pet treat company set to exhibit at Glee for first time
Rolawn raises £2.5k in support of Greenfingers
Focus on fundraisers: Evergreen Garden Care
Bridgemere Show Gardens – restored and reinvigorated by Blue Diamond Group
Eden buzzing with activity for May half-term full of fun
David Colegrave Foundation Scholarships Awards
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Plant feed continues to dominate sales
Fifty new products announced by Garland Products
What a lot of veg!
Growing up, up, up!
Sundaville Flamingo Pink time has finally arrived
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RHS Chelsea Flower Show: A spotlight on MEDITE SMARTPLY MDF and OSB panels
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Easter records broken
Dobbies recruiting for roles at new store
Europe comes to Glee 2022
Largest garden centre of Iceland
The Pot Place Garden Centre - An Ambulance for Ukraine
Greenfingers opens new sensory garden at Tŷ Hafan Children’s Hospic
Meadow View Stone – new Garston site provides additional growth for the market leading landscaping products supplier
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Largest garden centre of Iceland


This year Smiemans Projecten is completing a new garden centre of 7,250 square metres for Gardheimar in Reykjavik. 


The design is by the international architectural firm PK Arkitektar. 


The large window displays, the green roof, the vertical wooden blinds and the architectural facade will give this garden centre the biophilic look that suits their industry.


The 90-metre-wide building with an asymmetrical roof will have a central hall of 25 metres wide. In this central hall with a height of 12 metres a mezzanine floor will be realised. This floor will accommodate offices, canteen and social areas for staff. 


The garden centre will have a fully catered restaurant and many attractive shop-in-shops. 


The warehouse is equipped with a green roof. 


A canopy around the outside area will be built so that customers can shop comfortably even in bad weather.

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