Grower of the Year Awards 2012 - Four days left to submit your entries

The best and brightest of the production horticulture industry still have time to put themselves or colleagues forward in this celebration of excellence, endeavour and success in the sector.

The deadline for entries to the Grower of the Year Awards 2012 has been extended to 27 October - image: HW
The deadline for entries to the Grower of the Year Awards 2012 has been extended to 27 October - image: HW
The awards also provide an unrivalled opportunity for people from all aspects of the production horticulture community to gather together at the glittering prize-giving ceremony, due to take place at the Lancaster London Hotel on 23 February 2012.

For further details and to download entry forms, see www.groweroftheyear.co.uk.

Categories are:  

Edibles:

- Best New Variety
- Vegetable Grower of the Year
- Top Fruit Grower of the Year
- Soft Fruit Grower of the Year
- Salads Grower of the Year
- Organic Grower of the Year
- Grower of the Year: Edibles (selected from winners of the previous five categories)

 

Ornamentals:

•    Best New Variety – Bedding & Pot Plants (sponsor Landgard)
•    Best New Variety – Hardy Nursery Stock (sponsor Landgard)
•    Best New Variety – Herbaceous Perennials (sponsor Landgard)
•    Cut Flower Grower of the year
•    Bedding and Pot Plant Grower of the year
•    Nursery Stock Grower of the year


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