In This Issue
A million thanks to Garden Re-Leaf Day supporters
If you're not able to take part - please help by sponsoring the people taking part
First pictures from Mega Plant-athons for Garden Re-Leaf Day
Walkers gather in Cambridge for The Great Garden Re-Leaf Day Walk
Sell out APL Awards celebrates Garden Re-Leaf Day for Greenfingers
The Big Bike Ride at Hornsea Garden Centre for Garden Re-Leaf Day
Garden Re-Leaf Day is today - enjoy your FUNdraising
And more Garden Centres and others are busy planning their Garden Re-Leaf Day events too…
It all helps with publicity
Help make Garden Re-Leaf Day 2017 another record breaker
10 great ideas for Garden Re-Leaf Day fund-raising
It's set fair for a record-breaking March
The Great Garden Re-Leaf Day Walk will be a doodle for this pair
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It's set fair for a record-breaking March

With Mother's Day moving from the start to the end of March this year it was no surprise to see total sales drop year on year last week. But gardening product and plant sales still increased according to GTN Bestsellers.

That all bodes well for a potentially record breaking March with Garden Re-Leaf Day in a week’s time and the weather forecast for the rest of the month making particularly
good reading.

As this issue of GTN Bestsellers went to press the met office website was forecasting:
“Into the weekend and following week, many places will have dry, bright periods.”

For the weekends of Garden Re-Leaf Day and Mothers Day “there are signs for generally drier than average conditions and more settled weather than normal across the country… temperatures generally look to be around average for the time of year.”

GTN Bestsellers Top 50 sales volumes compared to the same week last year...
  • Garden Products - up 10%
  • Veg-2-Gro - up 1%
  • Growing Media - up 11%
  • All Items Index - down 17%
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