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HortiTrends Weekly Comment and News Digest - June 28th

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With another successful Bloom just past, the B2B sector of Irish Horticulture will be focusing on New Product New Plant Awards at GLAS 2013. The re-invention of the Kildare Growers Show in partnership with Bord Bia has gone from strength to strength. We will be there ourselves announcing some exciting new products, sites and services.

Always with an eye across the water and with a new UK site and services to promote, we will also be exhibiting at the UK Landscape Show. This show is progressive, in that it partners with many of the leading trade associations and publications including ourselves, who are an active media partner for the show. The ever active GLDA are also participating - Landscape Show Partners with GLDA and IFLA Europe.

Clematis ‘Beautiful Bride’ Wins Best in Show at HTA Awards. Tully Nurseries won this much sought after accolade at the HTA National Plant Show in 2012 and it was the launching pad for the new and now successful Bella Bloom range. Parker's Nurseries win Best Plant Display at HTA National Plant Show.

In Garden Plants and Stray Cats - John Stanley is telling garden centres to not limit themselves when it comes to choosing categories other than plants.

Ireland is looking for another win at Interflora Florist of the Year 2013: Meet the Finalists Including Vinny Yeates, Flowers by Lucy, Kilkenny. We wish Vinny the best of luck. Looking to fund and further your horticulture education? 2014 Irish Nuffield Horti/Agri Scholarships Now Open for Application may just give you that chance.

Horticulture in the Dail - Allotments Provision: Written Answers and Horticulture in the Dail - Ministerial Responsibilities for Horticulture shows how politicians like to ask sometime's irrelevant questions and also give wandering non-answers. Just an observation. Am I rambling? Sorry.

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