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News, views and background on this year's RHS Chelsea Flower Show.
The Make Parks a Priority campaign is calling for a fresh Parliamentary inquiry into urban parks to address the impact on parks of budget cuts.
Follow the latest news, views and product launches from the garden retail show.
Follow the debate on the use of peat and developments in peat alternatives here.
Follow the latest news, view and product launches and new plants from the leading nursery sector trade show.
Comprehensive show previews plus news and machinery updates for landscape, grounds care and arboriculture professionals from this year's show.
Latest news, drought, reservoir and groundwater levels and how horticulture businesses are coping.
At Horticulture Week we have found ourselves covering an increasing number of incidents of crime at horticultural businesses. In this section you will find stories we have run in the past year on companies that have been affected.
Early signs of climate change, and how experts think it will affect the horticulture industry
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