Contact Horticulture Week

Contacts in our advertising, jobs, editorial and management teams are listed below. All members of the team can be contacted by email at an individual address, by following this formula:

General enquiries
T:020 8267 4977

News Desk 020 8267 4660
(for press releases)
020 8267 4954

New subscriptions
01604 828702

Existing subscriptions
customer services

020 8267 8121

Back Issues
01733 370800



Kate Lowe, Editor
020 8267 4974,
Matthew Appleby
, Deputy editor and garden industry correspondent
020 8267 4660,
Gavin McEwan
, Grower correspondent
020 8267 4981,
Sarah Cosgrove
, Landscape and greenspace correspondent
020 8267 4982,
Sally Drury
, Technical editor/What Kit

Christina Taylor, Digital Content Manager

Publishing assistant
020 8267 4977


Lara Cronshaw Commercial Manager
020 8267 4952,
Lynsey Copland
, Horticulture Jobs
020 8267 4041,


Keith Bawden - UK Grower Awards

Keith Bawden
- Garden Retail Awards
Steven Lewis
- Bali Awards


List rental, reprints and syndication

Purvika Patel, Data sales manager 020 8267 4752


Mark Wheeler, Production editor
Sarah Baldwin
, Art Editor


Gary Budd, Publishing manager
020 8267 4186,

Philip Swinden, Director, Energy and Environment Division

Haymarket Media Group Ltd

Teddington Studios
Broom Road
TW11 9BE

Additional Information

Latest jobs Jobs web feed

  • HEAD GARDENER Private Estate in Vale of Evesham Dependent on experience, Worcestershire
  • Horticulturalist Gardener, Borders Grosvenor Estate Competitive salary plus benefits , Chester, Cheshire / Eccleston, Cheshire
  • Pet and Aquatics Supervisor MorePeople £16000 - £18000 per annum, Norfolk
  • Sweeper Driver The Landscape Group Paying London Living Wage (£8.80 per hour) and upwards dependent on experience), London (Greater)
  • Tractor Driver The Landscape Group Paying London Living Wage (£8.80 per hour) and upwards dependent on experience, London (Greater)


In This Issue

Horticulture Week - 18 April 2014

NEWS: Garden centres look forward to late Easter sales bonanza

SARGENT'S SOLUTIONS: Why the Customer Rights Bill should be seen as an opportunity rather than a threat

MARKET REPORT: Glasshouses

LANDSCAPE ANALYSIS: Government prospectus offers potential boost across disciplines

EDIBLES: Helping cut food waste - latest packaging addresses concerns over waste issues

PLANT FOCUS: Polygonatum