Lubera to exhibit at The Garden Press Event 2017

by | Jan 13, 2017 | News | 0 comments


The Lubera show team are proud to be exhibiting at the 12th Garden Press Event this year and to celebrate that fact they have moved to a new show ?home? of stand H45.

With even more super exciting fruit plants and trees to shout about?for 2017, a larger stand was most definitely needed for this event!

Lubera have bred and introduced more than 90 new varieties to the market over the last 12 years and are world famous for their unusual and container perfect fruits.

Predicting that 2017 will see more and more customers?continue to?want to grow fruit not just in large gardens, but also in containers on the patio too, ranges such as the ?Lowberry Range? are the perfect offering.??With compact raspberries, blackberries, blueberries and rhubarb already in the range,?new fruits have been added, bringing Lubera at the forefront of providing fruit to grow for any size garden, patio or balcony.

The Lubera team look forward to sharing all their new varieties for 2017 with you on stand number H45 on Thursday 16th February 2017.

You can register early on the following link:

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