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  • Future

    By 2025, we will

    • Have £320 million turnover
    • Be sector leaders, employers and suppliers of choice
    • Be an internationally recognised brand
  • 2021


    Matt Jarrett appointed Greosn Group CEO and 4-year plan is unveiled.

  • 2020

    The business acquires the remaining shares in Cre8 accommodation and Greenyard Flowers. Greenyard Flowers is renamed Varfell Farms Ltd and the business is renamed Greosn Ltd. Greosn comes from the Old English word for pebble.

  • 2019


    Pro-Force awarded the seasonal workers pilot and Pebble acquire 51% of Greenyard Flowers. All Horticultural growing business’s owned by Pebble amalgamate into one new company Newey Ltd.

  • 2018

    The business partners with Pro-Force and acquires 51% of Cre8 accommodation. Matt Jarrett joins as a shareholder and Director.

  • 2017


    The business acquires complimentary bedding plant producer Avoncross Ornamentals and embarks on a joint venture with Vitroflora Producer group to open a new production facility in Portugal, Desafio Jasmin.

  • 2016

    The business acquires Eagle Plants and Brinkman Trees.

  • 2015


    The business acquires 51% of the Roundstone Nurseries group which included New Forest plants and New Place Nurseries.

  • 2014

    Pebble Management is incorporated by Martyn and Alex.

  • 2013


    Martyn Thomas and Alex Newey acquire all of the shares in Young Plants ltd.

  • 2005


    Young Plants Ltd relocates to Whitehill Farm. Alex Newey appointed Managing Director.

  • 1998

    Young Plants Ltd forms a strategic alliance with Roundstone Nurseries allowing expansion for both companies.

  • 1970

    Young Plants Ltd is incorporated and is one of the forerunners in an emerging new concept of propagating plants commercially.

  • 1960

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    John Newey carries on with the family business diversifying from food crops to pot plants for FW Woolworth.

  • 1947


    Cyd Newey opens Alveston Nurseries growing food crops after the second World War.