Calling all garden landscape professionals! Join in the garden industry awards!

Garden designers, domestic landscape contractors and garden maintenance firms are being invited this year to join in the leading garden industry awards scheme, hosted by Horticulture Week.

The exciting line up of categories for landscape professionals this year includes Garden Maintenance Business of the Year, Garden Landscape Business of the Year, Garden Designer of the Year and Garden Centre Landscape Service of the Year.

The categories are part of the Garden Retail & Garden Industry Awards which will be presented at London's prestigious Grand Connaught Rooms on the evening of 4th February.

The Awards are the UK garden industry's premier networking event of the year.

What better way to get the 2016 gardening season off to a resounding start than with an Award, presented in front of your peers in the garden industry, which you can use to highlight your skills to potential customers.

And the really great news is deadline for entries has been extended to 22nd October so there is plenty of time to make sure you are part of this exciting event!

How to Enter:

For full details of all garden landscape categories, and to submit an entry click here.

If you have any questions about the Awards or garden landscape categories in particular, contact event manager Sarah Fournier by email at: or by phone at: 020 8267 4433.

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