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The Government's Animal and Plant Health Agency (APHA) has confirmed that genetically modified petunias have been found in Britain.
The HTA has launched a report at RHS Chelsea Flower Show on import substitution of oak trees (Quercus species) which notes that since 2013, the UK has imported 1.12 million oak trees.
A mulberry displayed at Chelsea on the HTA industry stand and on Jon Wheatley's Chris Evans Radio 2 garden has won plant of the year 2017 beating a clematis, hibiscus and salvia to take top spot.
The European Commission has decided to restart member state discussions over a 10-year renewal of glyphosate.
After a visit to the new Covent Garden Flower Market in London, the Dutch auction house said it believed cut flower sales were rising.
Read about the achievements of the 2017 UK Grower Awards winners
The Property Management Company Ascot and surrounding areas
Junior Landscape Gardener - S221
Oakham School Rutland
GARDEN CENTRE MANAGER - J408
Gardener - Full time experienced gardener required for 5* Hotel in The New Forest
Chewton Glen Hotel New Milton, Hampshire
Manufacturers are developing new ways for growers to manage crop inputs while reducing reliance on pesticides, Sally Drury reports.
Survey highlights growing importance of ensuring profitability in uncertain times.
Learning, development and improvement are crucial in the uncertain business climate caused by Brexit, says Neville Stein.
These shrubs have stunning pea-like flowers, good scent and an undeserved reputation, Miranda Kimberley explains.
Higher crop prices and increasing demand for food are driving the latest advances, but what does the future hold for growers? Sally Drury investigates.
The 'LED revolution' is seeing more updated lighting products come onto the market to help growers save energy and improve efficiency, says Sally Drury.
Modern systems are simple to operate, offer greater efficiency and can save a huge amount of time, Sally Drury reports
These true bulbs can lend height to a border and bring drama to a spring garden, Miranda Kimberley finds.
These shrubs or small trees produce mainly blue flowers and fantastic glossy leaves, writes Miranda Kimberley.
Very popular among experienced gardeners, these plants often give off a sweet fragrance, says Miranda Kimberley.
Colourful flowers and stunning foliage are great rewards for growing this often unfamiliar plant, says Miranda Kimberley.
Inspiration and insight from travels around the horticultural world