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    Association of Professional Landscapers to showcase at Gardening Scotland

    The Association of Professional Landscapers (APL) is delighted to announce that it will have a presence at Gardening Scotland which runs from the 30 May until 1 June.

    The APL will be exhibiting at the event and will be giving out expert advice to visitors on why it is important to choose an accredited landscaper to do work on a garden, the benefit of the government endorsed Trustmark scheme, as well as showcasing examples of members work.

    An HTA reception will also be held at the show for members and key stakeholders. This will give the perfect opportunity to meet HTA President Stan Green from Growforth, Scottish Council representative Simon Fraser from Ben Reid Garden Centre, HTA Chief Executive Carol Paris and Regional Account Manager Andrew Dunkley.

    The show, held at the Royal Highland Centre in Edinburgh combines the biggest and best plant fayre in the country with a line-up of experts ready to give advice on all questions about growing and gardening.

    HTA Chief Executive, Carol Paris said: “We are delighted to present the APL offering in Scotland and look forward to meeting gardeners to discuss the benefits of using an APL member. The show will give the perfect opportunity network with other HTA members, customers, suppliers and colleagues in the Scottish garden trade.”

    Martin Dare of Rural Projects, organiser of Gardening Scotland said: “At Gardening Scotland we are dedicated to the highest quality in horticulture so we are delighted to welcome the APL and the HTA to the Show. It is a great opportunity to tell our visitors that about the difference that high quality landscaping, good equipment and fine plants can make to their gardens and to give them access to the professionals who can deliver a great service.”

    HTA and APL members are eligible for a discount if they wish to exhibit at Gardening Scotland.  For more information, email Cassie King on [email protected] For more information on Gardening Scotland, please visit www.gardeningscotland.com

     

     

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