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Introducing The Grow Show

Published: 9 June 2020 - Alex Fordham
 

Kicking off summer in style, Glee Trade Show partners at Grow Your Own magazine have launched a brand-new virtual gardening event: The Grow Show.

This free online hub is designed to keep people gardening or get them started and is home to everything their readers need to get the best from their gardens this summer.

The Grow Show offer access to some amazing discounts on gardening products, from brands such as Plantworks, Mr Fothergill’s, Vegepod and more. The Grow Your Own team have also produced downloadable projects and information guides as well as inspirational garden tours and videos from top names such as Mark Lane and Ellen Mary.

Split into five buzzing show areas, there’s something for every gardener at The Grow Show. Visitors can explore Tools and Kit, Greenhouses and Builds, Kitchen Garden, Flowers and Foliage and Wildlife, Gifts and Clothing. Discover the whole show here.

 

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