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NEWS EXTRA


NEWS EXTRA


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he project has been almost a decade in the making for Syngenta – one of the world’s leading breeders of flower


seeds and cuttings – with Kingfisher chain B&Q jumping at the chance to get involved several years ago when it was approached by the firm.


“This is the biggest thing, the most significant plant activity I’ve ever been involved in,” said Kingfisher head of horticulture T


Tiim Clapp,


whose career spans more than 15 years and boasts r oles with of B&Q and W


Centres. “Wea e bringin b sy Lizzies back!” he exclaimed.


“It was so secret, everyone had to sign a confidentiality agreement,” he added.


B&Q REVEALS RETURN OF THE BUSY LIZZIE


B&Q has teamed up with Syngenta Flowers to bring popular bedding plant, the busy lizzie back to British gardens – with no downy mildew in sight, they say. Fiona Garcia reports.


8 DIY WEEK 27 APRIL 2018 www.diyweek.net


and Wyevale Ga “W rWe


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ou could count the number of people who knew about it on two hands. It r eally was a need-to- know-basis.”


“You could count the numbe Yo


In fact, the unveiling of this major development took place in a clandestine meeting at the London Garden Museum in Mar ch, with a strict embargo on the news until the end of this month to allow B&Q to ensure all stocks were in store befor e the announcement was made public.


So, what’s all the fuss about? As many may remember


A r,, the busy


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