Garden Retail Awards shortlist revealed

Garden Retail magazine has announced its shortlist for the Garden Retail Awards 2009, to be held at Grosvenor House hotel in London on 2 November.

The Garden Retail Awards — presented by the UK horticulture industry's leading business and professional magazine, HW's sister title Garden Retail — are now in their third year as part of Haymarket Professional Media. This year, the awards are set to create an even bigger splash across the garden retail sector.

To attend the awards ceremony, call Lucy McLaughlin on 020 8267 8057 or email lucy.mclaughlin@haymarket.com.

Sponsors of this year's awards include the HTA, Quinton Edwards, Greenfield Software, Town & Country, Vital Earth and William Sinclair.

For further details, see www.gardenretailawards.com.

SHORTLIST

  • Alton Garden Centre
  • Boma Garden Centre
  • Burcot Garden Centre
  • Burleydam Garden Centre
  • Coolings Green and Pleasant
  • Dobbies Garden Centres
  • Fermoys
  • Garden & Leisure Group
  • Garden Innovations
  • The Gardens Group
  • Glendoick Garden Centre
  • Golden Acres Nurseries
  • Gordale Nurseries
  • Grosvenor
  • Hillier Garden Centres
  • Holme for Gardens
  • Homebase
  • The Internet Gardener
  • John Woods Nurseries
  • Langlands Garden Centre
  • Mayshade Garden Centre
  • Palmers Garden Centre
  • Planters Garden Centre
  • RHS Enterprises
  • Scotsdales Garden Centre
  • Scotts Miracle-Gro Company
  • Shackletons Garden & Lifestyle Centre
  • Shoots Garden Centre
  • Sidmouth Garden Centre
  • Tendercare Nurseries
  • Vital Earth
  • Whitehall Garden Centre
  • Woodcote Green Garden Centre & Nurseries

 

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