In This Issue
Hillier buys John Browns Garden Centre from Wyevale
August serves up a treat for garden centre sales
Thieves use recovery truck in broad daylight car theft at garden centre
Simplicity and consolidation...that's the message from Durstons
Did you know we sell Duracell Batteries?
Glee exhibitors showcase progress towards planet-friendly future
Vitavia set to distribute Janssens greenhouses in UK
Re-branding gets under way at Podington
Heathlands at Wokingham makes it sweet 16 for Squire's
From railway arch to houseplant paradise...
GCA sees record numbers of new members join
Evergreen Garden Care readies Glee launches
Nursery's violet gin goes on sale
DCF funded student makes headway in agapanthus pest project
STAX acquires its long-standing hardware supplier
More novelties to view at Netherlands plant fair
Water company offers gardeners tips on how to save water
Get your own copy of GTN Xtra
More good news for garden product sales
spoga+gafa – not just a trade fair
Growing media sales thrive as activity continues
Weather and footfall pushes Wildlife sales up
Summer season for plants comes to an end
Hawkesmill offers anemone collection for late summer colour
The best of last week's
Webbs buy Cheltenham and Blue Diamond buy Bridgemere Garden Centre and Nursery
Wyevale sell Findon to existing manager and announce closure of Rayleigh
Katie Blake stockist wins 5-star Barbados holiday
Hot July sets garden centre sales records
Metaldehyde ban reversal won't hold back demand for natural slug controls says supplier
Get your own copy of GTN Xtra
Garden Centre Photo Tour - RHS Wisley New Plant Centre
Did you know we sell Duracell Batteries?
Garden Centre Photo Tours
Get your own copy of GTN Xtra
Bestsellers Top 50 charts every week
Buy your subscription to GTN Bestsellers
Send us your news and great ideas

Contact us with your news. 

Email, or or call the GTN News team on 01733 775700

From railway arch to houseplant paradise...

London’s houseplant trend shows no signs of slowing and in response to huge demand, W6 Garden Centre is dramatically expanding its indoor plant range.


The centre, based under the railway arches of Ravenscourt Park tube station in the heart of London, has created ‘The Green Room’, West London’s largest collection of indoor plants.


The arch has been respectfully restored so that the finished result will be a spectacular marriage of old brickwork and green life.


The Green Room at W6 will open its doors in the autumn 2019 with a launch event including giveaways and a talk from ethno-botanist writer James Wong.


W6 is the second unloved piece of London space transformed by owner Beryl Henderson into a flourishing garden centre. The first, 19 years ago, was N1 at Dalston in North London. W6 won an award in 2017 for best boutique garden centre. Its café focuses on a plant-based, seasonal sourced menu created by head-chef Anton Petrov.

Facebook Twitter LinkedIn Digg | Comment (0)

Email Address:*