Grower of the Year Awards 2011 last call for entries!

There is no time to lose for nursery stock and bedding growers to prepare their entries for the UK's prestigious Grower of the Year Awards 2011.

The deadline for entries has been extended by one week to next Friday, 12 November as awards organiser, Horticulture Week, makes its final call for entries.

Award categories for the ornamentals sector include Bedding and Pot Plant Grower of the Year, Cut Flower Grower of the Year and Nursery Stock Grower of the Year.

Don’t forget that if you are a member of the HTA or NFU, both main sponsors of this event, you can enter the awards for free.

The winner of the overall ornamentals grower of the year award can also go forward to the international grower of the year awards, which this year was won by Hillier Nurseries.

To enter, either download and complete an entry form from www.groweroftheyear.co.uk or contact event manager Kate Collins on 020 8267 8188 or by email at  kate.collins@haymarket.com.

If you have any questions at all about the awards, please give Kate a call.

The deadline for entries is 12 November.

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