In 2019, Nissan and Target Gardenas joined forces for the Plants’ Festival, which celebrated 100 years of growing, growing, and growing again.
While Nissan has been busy putting the Plants back together, Target and Gardena will join forces to bring plants to people around the world, including in the United States.
“I am thrilled to bring these plants back to the United Kingdom,” said Mark O’Neill, Nissan North America President, and Founder of Gardena.
“We are thrilled to be partnering with Target to help them bring these beautiful plants to the UK.”
This year’s Plants Festival will feature live music and demonstrations of some of the plants that have been growing around the country.
The plants will also be on display throughout the event.
“Gardena’s Roots Festival is a celebration of the history of plants and their culture in Britain,” said Tom Smith, CEO of Gardenamatic, a division of Garden.
“The Gardens Roots Festival brings together our diverse roots and roots culture and celebrates the rich and unique history of the garden, along with the incredible work that Gardena and Target have done to bring this festival to life.”
The Gardens Roots festival is the fourth annual event and will take place from September 29 to October 1.
“Target and Nissan will join together to create a new festival that celebrates and celebrates all of our diverse, beautiful, and beautiful roots,” said Matt Taylor, Plant Conservator at Gardena in a statement.
“These two brands, who have become synonymous with the gardens movement, are excited to join forces on this new festival.”
The event will include live performances from the Gardena crew, along to demonstrations of plants from the Gardens Roots and Roots Garden festivals.
The Plants Festival is one of the largest festivals for gardens in the world and is a chance for visitors from around the globe to enjoy plants in their own gardens.
The event is also an opportunity to get hands-on with some of this year’s growing plants and see the plants in action.
The Gardens is an organization dedicated to bringing the plants back together in the UK.
“Over the last decade, the Gardens has grown to become the largest growing garden network in the whole of Europe, which includes over 70,000 acres in Britain alone,” said Chris Purdy, Gardens Founder.
“So, it is a huge honour to bring the Gardens’ Roots Festival back to our UK fans, and to partner with the Garden and Target to bring a whole new level of interest to the Roots Festival.”
The Plants will also participate in a series of live events in the spring and summer, and the Gardens is working to host events in cities throughout the United states.
“Our aim is to build a global community of gardeners who love plants, and who share the same passion for the garden and its culture,” said O’Neil.
“This partnership will make it easier for gardeners in other countries to join in, and also make the Roots festivals even more spectacular.”