Retailer forecasts sales of more than 76,000 of the crimson-coloured festive plants over the Christmas season
Winner of New Covent Garden Flower Market prize recognising creativity, skill and expertise announced
New venture uses edible flowers from New Covent Garden Market, and fresh produce from Kent
New Covent Garden Market aims to recognise excellence in flowers and plants
Daffodil specialist New Generation is acquired by Univeg subsidiary Winchester Growers
Chairman of China Shipping group Cosco has resigned and is to be replaced by the company's general manager
Executive chairman steps down from flowers giant after six years in the role
Upmarket retailer loses a dispute over the use of the Interflora trademark online
Chinese container shipping company Cosco has reported further losses in 2012 due to market volatility
The acquisition of Verde Horticulture by the Butters Group will create the "biggest flower business in the UK"
Shoppers' enthusiasm for flowers has not been dampened by the recent economic gloom according to a new study
The Co-operative Food says it is the first UK retailer to switch all of its own-brand bunches of standard and single stem roses to Fairtrade.
A report by the Center for Evaluation (CEval) published in the UK for Valentine’s Day by the Fairtrade Foundation shows that Fairtrade has boosted rural development in the flower sector.
Rabobank has urged retailers in north-west European countries to follow the model of UK supermarkets for flowers in order to revitalise a 'stagnant' floriculture market.
DEFRA secretary of state Owen Paterson MP visited New Covent Garden Flower Market on Monday to talk to tenants about the impact of last week’s fatal helicopter crash on business.
UK plant producer Thompson & Morgan has won the 'Best New Plant' award at the 2012 Garden Retail Awards for its foxglove plant 'Illumination Pink'.
Sercom Regeltechniek and Environmental Monitoring Systems (EMS) BV have won the Horti Fair Innovation Award with their Air Monitoring system.
Cabbage bouquets are proving popular with shoppers, according to Tesco.
The cold weather has caused problems for both salad and ornamental growers
The NFU has described recent cold temperatures and low consumer demand as delivering a 'double whammy' to the protected ornamentals sector in the UK.
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