Garden Retail Awards 2017 entry shortlist announced

Horticulture Week is delighted to announce the names of the outstanding businesses that have made it to the shortlist for the Garden Retail Awards 2017.

The winners are to be announced at the annual black-tie Awards dinner and presentation on Wednesday 22 February at The Grand Connaught Rooms, London.  

The 2017 Garden Retail Awards will recognise and celebrate outstanding achievement within the garden retail industry.

The award scheme provides an exceptional opportunity for garden retail outlets and key suppliers to showcase their achievements, innovation and success to customers —and reward staff for their work throughout the year.  

The 2017 shortlisted garden centre business are:

  • Notcutts
  • Tong Garden Centre
  • B&Q
  • Klondyke
  • Hayes Garden World
  • Scotsdale
  • Clifton Nurseries
  • Chessington Garden Centre
  • Hillier
  • Green Pastures
  • Camden Garden Centre
  • Frensham Garden Centre,
  • Tendercare Nurseries
  • Knights Garden Centre
  • The Old Moat Garden Centre
  • Webbs Garden Centres
  • Old Railway Line Garden Centre
  • Cleeve Nursery
  • Hedges Direct
  • Carr Farm Garden Centre
  • West Six
  • Timmermans
  • Dobbies
  • Instore
  • Garsons.

The 2017 shortlisted business for supplier categories are:

  • Burgon & Ball,
  • Hozelock,
  • Bord na Mona,
  • Fiskars,
  • TopBuxus,
  • Farplants,
  • Porters Fuchsias,
  • Block Blitz,
  • Briers,
  • Patio Black Spot Remover Company,
  • Smart Garden Products,
  • Wildlife World,
  • Westland Horticulture,
  • Remin
  • Ego Power.

Sponsors include Briers, Hozelock, HTA News and Solex. Charity partner is Perennial. 

Please contact tamsin.ballantyne@haymarket.com or 020 8267 4125 for tickets to the Awards dinner and presentation.  For sponsorship opportunitie contact Tim Lomas at tim.lomas@haymarket.com or 020 8267 4847.

NB: The 2017 Garden Retail Awards will be followed the next day - 23rd February - by the Garden Retail Summit at the same venue. See www.gardenretailawards.com/summit for further details on the Garden Retail Summit.


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