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Horticulture Week is delighted to announce the names of the outstanding businesses shortlisted for the UK Grower Awards 2017 - the industry's leading awards scheme for UK production horticulture.
Latest news on this year's plants, show gardens and more from our reporters at the showView Chelsea coverage
Help us celebrate the best in UK production horticulture at the glamorous Grand Connaught Rooms, London on Thursday 23rd February 2017.
Find out more about the UK Grower Awards night.
Horticultural Advisor/Sales Person
Majestic Trees Flamstead, Nr St Albans, Hertfordshire
Department Head - Garden Sundries - S419
Horticruitment West Sussex
Department Head | Gardening Sundries
MorePeople England, West Sussex
Chelsea Physic Garden London (Greater)
Head Gardener Clitheroe Lancashire
Greycoat Lumleys Clitheroe, Lancashire
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Efficiency and flexibility are the key features of suppliers' latest machinery to help growers' production processes, Sally Drury reports.
Advanced cladding, better ventilation and more durable frameworks are among the improvements offered by the latest polytunnels, says Sally Drury.
Beautiful flowers and striking buds make these little-known evergreen shrubs well worth a try, writes Miranda Kimberley.
This florist's favourite offers interesting foliage and alluring flowers in a range of colours, writes Miranda Kimberley.
This attractive tree is rarely planted in the UK but deserves consideration in larger gardens and estates, says Miranda Kimberley.
These perfect pot plants for Christmas can be brought back into flower year after year, Miranda Kimberley explains.
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