The team leapt out of a plane at 10,000 ft over Beccles, Norfolk and have so far raised, with Gift Aid, more than £4,000 for HortAid 2015.
To mark World Naked Gardening Day, some of the skydivers wore naked-look flesh coloured morph suits. The ‘naked’ skydivers were part of the Grubby Gardeners group.
Thompson & Morgan's Michael Perry, Kensington Roof Gardens head gardener David Lewis and Euridge Manor head gardener Andrew Wain took part in the skydive. They were joined by others including garden designer Adele Ford and Perennial marketing director Anita Bates.
The skydive formed part of Perennial’s annual HortAid fundraising campaign, which raises funds to support to those who work or have worked in horticulture during times of crisis.