In This Issue
Sprowston, the last Wyevale Garden Centre, finally transfers to British Garden Centres
Daro preview new products for 2020
Dobbies preview their 2020 ranges for the National Press
Durstons show they're a 'Class Act'
Are garden centres a panacea from election blues?
New £2m market-leading distribution centre takes centre stage at Kettler HQ
Christmas gets personal – sales up by 26%
Two days to go until Cultivating Retail
Zext 4 Leisure's MD honoured at business awards
Tong elected to partner American supplier of environmentally friendly festive ornaments
Supa Ltd launches two new pet carriers
Squire's holds Remembrance Afternoon Tea for charity
Langlands Pudsey experience for Children in Need
Mr Fothergill's Staff smarten up for Children in Need
Funding for commercial horticulture students thanks to Peter Seabrook & BPOA
Cyclamen outsell pansies by three to one
Growing media sales defy the weather
Harry starts Management Trainee Scheme
Pots sales uplift
The best of last week's
Christmas sales race ahead of last year
The Flowerbowl Story - Guy Topping, Barton Grange Group
FUNdraising dinner honours amazing Greenfingers supporters
Deco-Pak’s Craig Hall remembers Greenfingers on his wedding day
HTA says £30k salary threshold for overseas workers will inhibit expansion for growers
Best Family Business Award for Hillmount Ards
Planet, People, Profit – three Ps of sustainability
Garden Centre Photo Tours
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All the latest news from the world of garden centre catering
Casual Dining goes big with first Keynote announcement
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Planet, People, Profit – three Ps of sustainability

These are the 'Three Ps' of sustainability in business that Dr David Bek from Coventry University will discuss in conversation with Boyd Douglas-Davies.


He'll look at how balancing these 'Ps' can create a business model that provides value to all stakeholders in a modern enterprise. As one of the UK's leading researchers, David's got a huge insight into how horticulture across the world is responding to the sustainability challenge.

Members are able to attend dedicated sessions for growers, retailers and landscapers. Members can join a live webinar if they are unable to attend - which will allow them to ask questions. The webinars will also be available afterwards (free for members ad chargeable for non-members).
Plant Passport webinars for HTA Members

HTA members unable to attend one of the Plant Passport seminars which are taking place on Thursday this week in Oxfordshire, are invited to participate in the webinars covering the new plant passporting regulations which come in to force on the 14 December 2019. The webinars are uniquely tailored to specific sectors:

09.30 to 11.30 - Retailers, multiples and online sellers

12.00 to 14.00 - Landscapers, professional gardeners and garden designers

14.30 to 16.30 - Growers, plant traders and producers

The sessions will run for a maximum of 2 hours and will consist of a half hour presentation followed by a Q&A session.  To register your interest in a webinar, please email to receive a link to participate in the online presentation. Non-members can request a link to the recording of these sessions at a cost of £50.

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