The RHS has announced show garden and nursery medals, with best in show revealed as Andy Sturgeon for his geologically-inspired garden for the Daily Telegraph, built by Crocus.
Crocus is now building James Basson's show garden for event sponsor M&G at the RHS Chelsea Flower Show 2017.
Propagators' event hears of opportunities for growers.
Experts advise on key issues at second annual SoilsCon.
Wyevale Garden Centres head of buying horticulture and garden Caroline Linger is leaving to join Crocus.
This video takes a closer look at a collaboration between acclaimed landscape designer Phillip Johnson and the creators of the 5000 Poppies Project seen at RHS Chelsea Flower Show 2016
Each year, Horticulture Week's exclusive listing of the top 100 UK garden centres by turnover has an important story to tell - and this year is no exception. It is great news for the sector's leading independent garden centres, the top 10 of which have between them piled on an extra £13.5m in turnover in one year.
Glendale Horticulture England, West Midlands
UK Gardening App Project Manager
Babylonstoren London (Greater)
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Plumpton College Plumpton, Lewes
Community Gardener / Horticulture Project Manager
Castlehaven Community Association Camden, London (Greater)
Fruit Manager - South East
De Lacy Executive South East England
- Antalya, Turkey
- NIAB Park Farm Villa Road Histon Cambridge, CAM CB24 9NZ United Kingdom
Tiarella 'Angel Wings' was launched at Four Oaks by Seiont Nurseries which has exhibited continuously at Four Oaks for more than 35 years.
Calibrachoa Rave Pink '16 from Pentland Plants has an upright mounding habit and a stable star pattern in the pink flower.
New plant launches from Thompson & Morgan include Bidens 'Moonlight', Bidens 'Firelight' and Bidens 'Fairylight'.
Schneider Youngplants sales manger Simon Wright says the Dutch grower's new launch Petunia 'Splash' is UK breeding that thrives in our climate from the start of spring though to winter.
Hebe 'TULL16' (Pink Passion) was bred by Tully Nurseries in Bally Boughal, Co Dublin, Ireland.
Hebe 'High Voltage' was bred by Neil Alcock from Caemarfon, Gwynedd.