Hawkesmill Nurseries: British plant ready for the National Plant Show

by | Jun 13, 2017 | News | 0 comments

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Warwickshire based Hawkesmill Nurseries, who grow over 3.5?million plants throughout the year, with a range of over 1200 varieties, have a plant for every season and business alike. ?Visitors will be able to find the Hawkesmill team at the National Plants Show on stand 147/160, where the company will be showcasing some fantastic new varieties, including their brand new and exclusive Salvia ‘Pink Lips’ and Victorian Viola Range.

The family run business who have been growing and supplying plants to garden centres and nurseries for over 40 years, will be showing a good selection of collections and promotions at the forthcoming National Plant Show on?20th?and 21st?June.?Here you will be able to see examples of the British grown perennials and seasonal collections that Hawkesmill Nurseries are so respected for. All plants will be available to order for immediate delivery or as advance orders, enabling you to reserve stock for the weeks ahead or indeed the spring of 2018?thus making sure you don?t miss out on these super opportunities.

?The National Plant Show?is a superb annual showcase and is the event which kicks off our next selling season”said sales director Richard Evans: ?It is a great way for the visitors to view a whole host?of stock under one roof and provides?visitors the opportunity to see thousands of plant varieties from UK growers in the main.?

Garden Retailers can contact Hawkesmill Nurseries for more information about their stand at the National Plant Show as well as general availability by contacting the company on 01676 532334 or by emailing sales@hawkesmillnurseries.co.uk

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