Grower of the Year Awards 2010 finalists announced

Entries to the 2010 Grower of the Year Awards were judged just before Christmas -- and Horticulture Week is delighted to announce the names of the outstanding teams, businesses and individuals that have made it through the first round to be selected as awards finalists.

This year's finalists are listed below.

Scrutinising the 2010 crop of entries were horticultural consultant Andy Richardson of the Allium & Brassica Centre, nursery stock consultant John Adlam, British Independent Fruit Growers Association chairman John Breach, ADAS consultant and HW columnist Andrew Hewson, chief executive of the Fresh Produce Consortium Nigel Jenney and industry consultant John Tugman. 

HW editor Kate Lowe was chair of the judging panel.

The winners will be announced at an awards dinner and presentation which will take place on Thursday 11 February at the Wyndham Grand London Chelsea Harbour.

For tickets to the awards event, please contact awards manager Kate Collins on 020 8 267 8188 or by email at


Grower of the Year Awards 2010 finalists

Alfred Pearce

Andersons Transport Trolley Net

Barway Farms

Bransford Webbs Plant Company

Carolyn Coxe, Marshalls


Douglas McTaggart, The Co-operative Farms

East Seaton Farm

Flavourfresh Salads


Hillier Nurseries

John Woods Nurseries

Kenyon Communications

Liss Forest Nursery

Majestic Trees


MH Poskitt

Mole End Farms

Mustard Communications

Osberton Nurseries

Paul Simmonds, Cornerways Nursery

Pam Lloyd PR

Potato Council

RB Organic

RF Lawrence & Sons

Richard Stevenson

Sara Phillips



Thompson & Morgan

Team Green Growers

The Co-operative Farms

The Quintus Partnership

Worldwide Fruit


Plant Impact


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