Horticulture Campaigners of the Year:
James Clark - HTA - reopening garden centres in May, making them essential retail in November. Also scrappage scheme and Brexit. HTA Keep Britain Growing.
Peter Seabrook - getting garden centres open, defending the industry, Floral Fantasia, door decs gardening, prettiest rose and other initiatives.
Minette Batters - NFU Brexit, seasonal labour, garden centres, growers campaigns.
Alan Titchmarsh - garden centre reopening, get Britain lockdown gardening.
Monty Don - peat-free, not buying cheap plants.
James Barnes - HTA lobbying.
Juliet Sargeant - Improving diversity
Zehra Zaidi - Improving diversity - We Built Britain Too campaign
Natalie Porter - Young People in Horticulture Association - 35 under 35
Ali Capper - NFU
James Alcaraz - BPOA
Mike Burks -GCA
Richard Hopkins - WSGA
Boyd Douglas-Davies - HTA lobbying
Simon Redden - AHDB
Paul Rabbitts - Parks
David Attenborough - Plastics and sustainability
Cleve West - Vegan gardening. Top 50 garden designers.
Andrew Griffith MP - most vocal MP lobbying for the industry according to HortWeek's survey
Ian Bedford - green aisle in garden centres
Evergreen Garden Care - John Barnes autumn planting
Westland Horticulture - new gardeners
Forestry Commission - OPM citizen science
Make horticulture a linkedin category
National Trust Everyone Needs Nature
- Industry campaigners during coronavirus crisis
- 60 industry movers and shakers during the coronavirus crisis
Wayne Amiel in his award-winning garden - credit: Gardeners' World
10 pioneering black, indigenous or people of colour gardeners:
Wayne Amiel: National Gardens Scheme gardener and BBC Gardener's World best garden winner.
Arit Anderson: Gardener's World, Garden Rescue and Chelsea Flower Show TV presenter and garden designer.
Danny Clarke: First black gardener to be given a TV show, The Instant Garden in 2015.
Tayshan Hayden-Smith: Founder Grow2Know. Next generation black gardener. https://www.facebook.com/Grow2Know/
Flo Headlam: First black Gardener's World TV presenter and garden designer.
Wesley Kerr OBE: Broadcaster, writer, horticulturist and historian, Royal Parks board member.
Juliet Sargeant: First black garden designer and gold medallist at RHS Chelsea Flower Show (2016 Modern Slavery Garden). Former Society of Garden Designers chair (2013).
Advolly Richmond: Garden historian. She has supported Zehra Zaida, who wrote an article campaigning for recognition of historic black garden figure John Ystumllyn.
Cleve West: Garden designer and author including of the new Garden of Vegan.
James Wong: Ethnobotanist and broadcaster.
RHS director general, Sue Biggs
Women in horticulture
10 leading UK women in horticulture:
- RHS director general Sue Biggs
- NFU president Minette Batters
- NFU horticulture board chair Ali Capper
- HTA senior executive director Alex Vick
- Bridge Farm Group managing director Louise Motala
- Garden Industry Manufacturers Association director Vicky Nuttall
- Society Garden Designers chairman Sarah Morgan - now Lynne Marcus
- Rosebourne chief executive Carol Paris
- Young People's Horticulture Association's/Porters Fuchsias' Natalie Porter
- National Trust director general Hilary McGrady