Garden Retail's Top 100 Garden Centres
The full list of Garden Retail's top 100 garden centres based on turnover, plus news, analysis and expert advice on how retailers can maximise the success of their businesses.
The unique Garden Retail Top 100 looks at the turnover of individual garden centres, supplied either by garden centre groups or estimated by Horticulture Week.
Horticulture Week's Garden Retail Top Buyers list, now in its second year, is based on the Garden Retail Top 100, a feature that has run annually for seven years, identifying top-turnover garden centres by site in the UK. This year's update was published in HW, 27 May.
Phase two of the redevelopment of the former Badger Nurseries has delivered rapid and impressive results, Matthew Appleby discovers.
Since starting as a dahlia specialist Aylett Nurseries has grown more successful and continues to focus on plants, writes Matthew Appleby.
The biggest garden centre in Yorkshire is thriving under new owners and has plans to develop further, Matthew Appleby finds.
Not content with raising turnover to £5m, Planters Garden Centre owner Gerald Ingram has set a £10m target, Matthew Appleby reports.
Frensham owner David Wheelhouse aims to get the centre into the Garden Retail Top 100 through its extensive improvement programme, Matthew Appleby reports.
This successful centre in Southampton is already improving on its record results of last year and aiming to retain its place in the high echelons of the Garden Retail Top 100, Matthew Appleby reports
This destination garden centre in the Lake District is going the extra mile to attract more families and maintain its position as one of the top turnover centres in the country, Matthew Appleby reports.
With theatrical entrances, sweeping curves and a fuller retail experience, Haskins has come up with a successful template for its place among the Garden Retail Top 100, says Matthew Appleby.
Plants and core gardening remain the key strengths for Garden Retail Top 100 centre Squire's Twickenham following the redevelopment of its offering, Matthew Appleby reports.
Altons director Andy Bunker is keen on using local producers to supply the family-run centre in Essex that boasts a high ranking in the Garden Retail Top 100, Matthew Appleby discovers.
Each year, Horticulture Week's exclusive listing of the top 100 UK garden centres by turnover has an important story to tell - and this year is no exception. It is great news for the sector's leading independent garden centres, the top 10 of which have between them piled on an extra £13.5m in turnover in one year.
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