15 - 17 September 2020
NEC Birmingham UK

Glee News

Glee News

  • The oldest and largest animal welfare charity in the country will be joining Glee this September.

  • The growing season is for many people, a source of great enjoyment. The satisfaction of growing your own is heightened by an abundance of fresh fruit and vegetables. By following some simple season-extending techniques and using plant protection products, it is easy to extend the growing season in the garden to grow more from less.

  • It is important to make sure you implement a regular and consistent watering and feeding regime for your tomato plants. This helps to minimise the chance of issues such as blossom end rot, and skin splitting.

  • Many avid gardeners visit Glee Birmingham and want to know how they can recreate or adapt the show displays for their home garden.

  • Our pets are a big part of the family and keeping them in good health is important to us. With so many pet products available it can be difficult to know what our loved ones need to keep them safe and healthy. Fortunately the RSPCA can help with its pet healthcare range, which has been designed by the RSPCA's very own experts.

  • Meet David Horne, part of GES's Feature Creative team - the company behind this year's innovative redesign of the Retail Lab.

  • Stewart Garden, part of the Global Keter Group, will announce the winner of its Stewart Garden School Programme 2018 competition on Monday 10 September on stand 7F30-G31 at 11.00 am.
  • A journey of discovery is coming to Glee this September as the key industry event introduces new guided tours to ensure retailers make the most out of the revitalised show.

  • Kate Bradbury at GLEE

    05 Sep 2018

    Hozelock is pleased to announce that Kate Bradbury, award-winning author, journalist and wildlife gardener will be making a guest appearance at the Hozelock stand (20V40-W41) at GLEE on Tuesday 11th September, 2018

  • Woodlodge, the UK's leading supplier of garden planters and containers, has teased details of its expanded offering for some of its popular ranges, all of which will be launched at Glee 2018 this September.

  • They have combined their experience and expertise to formulate foods that are nutritionally beneficial to wild animals and ensure that they do not contain any added sugar, colours, or artificial flavours.

  • Fordingbridge transformed the undercover plant area to become 480m2 of outdoor retail space using a hybrid canopy. The whole refurb has resulted in increased turnover and positive customer feedback.