Plants grown at a well-known nursery will be on display in a stand at the prestigious Chelsea Flower Show for the first time.
Staff at Opperman Plants in Low Fulney are over the moon to have been accepted to take part in the world-famous Royal Horticultural Society show – and will be celebrating British horticulture.
Opperman has been working with Sarah J Hatherill to transform the Malvern Pavilion Studio into a home garden office to showcase plants that can be used indoors and on balconies.
The nursery was founded 25 years ago by Mike and Jenny Opperman, and their children Oliver, Sam, and Alex are also now involved in the business. Sales and marketing manager Alex said it was ‘incredible’ to be part of this show after putting forward a successful pitch.
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