UK: Micro nurseries to display at Chelsea Flower Show

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Five micro nurseries from across Kent and Sussex will be displaying plants they have grown in the Great Pavilion at the Chelsea Flower Show.

They came together over a decade ago to organise plant fairs as a way of extending their businesses and bringing their specialist plants to a wider public.

A total of seven independent nurseries, from the south-east England based organisation the Plant Fairs Roadshow (PFR), are attending the famous flower show.

Their displays will feature desert, tropical, perennial, prairie and shade-loving plants as well as a stand devoted to climate-change resilient species. Graham Blunt, a founding member of PFR, said: “It’s better to be cooperative rather than rivals or to be on your own.”


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