In This Issue
Town & Country is sold to EP Barrus
La Hacienda sold to US company looking to expand in the UK
Garden retailers sign up to industry Xylella statement
Haskins and Squires reign supreme in South Thames
Webbs and Fairways star in Midlands GCA Awards
On trend Garden Screens from Grange
Sunshine and Perrywood glow in North Thames
Time for a summer celebration?
Rising Stars 2017 - The final 12
Suppliers sign up for Retail Lab @ Glee
Team Bonningtons Conquers the Alps
‘Anniversary Splendour’ is winning name for new Notcutts rose
Glee 2017: keynote speaker confirmed as award-winning garden journalist Nick Bailey
Woodlodge to skydive for Greenfingers!
Hartley Botanic reveals new Octagonal Glasshouse at RHS Hyde Hall
Nematodes are so easy to use, all it takes is a good watering!
Fryer’s come up Roses at 2017 RHS Shows
Get your own copy of GTN Xtra
Concept store becomes EFSA TrendZone at spoga+gafa
Growing support sales
Andy Smith becomes Group Head of Purchasing at Klondyke
Primary School scoops Wilkinson Sword Award
Taylors grab 50% of Veg 2 Gro sales
Wyevale Nurseries’ staff join 30 years’ service club
Summer colour and houseplants up
Xylella fastidiosa - a threat to the U.K. Horticulture industry
Garden improvement grows soils
Hillmount BBQ Academy teaches the next generation of customers
New senior leadership at the Coleman EMEA Group
It’s the year of pets at Glee 2017
Bestsellers Top 50 charts every week
Buy your subscription to GTN Bestsellers
Fryers respond to standards issue in Rosary Restaurant
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On trend Garden Screens from Grange
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With the ‘outdoor room’ trend becoming increasingly popular amongst garden designers and homeowners alike, garden screens are tipped to be the next go-to outdoor accessory. Thanks to the range of stylish and versatile options from Grange Fencing, retailers can be sure to keep one step ahead of the game.


Featuring a wide slat design, the Urban Screen offers an on-trend alternative to garden trellis and can be used to separate and define areas without losing the sense of light and space from the garden as a whole. With a choice of two sizes – four foot and six foot – the Urban Screen is part of the minimalist Urban Garden Collection pictured above).


For those looking to create the ultimate alfresco living area, the Adjustable Slat Garden Screen (left) benefits from a clever window blind design for a unique ‘outdoor room’ feel. The screen’s timber slats can be either closed to create separate and distinct pockets of outdoor space or opened, allowing for sunlight to stream through. Thanks to this innovative feature, the Adjustable Slat Garden Screen has seen great success since launching in 2016 and is continuing to prove popular within the consumer market this summer.


For more information about Grange’s range of Garden Screens, visit Retailers interested in working with Grange can contact the company on 01952 588 088 or email

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