Horticulture Week reaches almost quarter of a million readers in October

Horticulture Week's in-depth coverage of gardening's topical issues has meant the publication has again broken readership records.

After reaching more than one million readers in the first eight months if the year, October saw another 40% surge in engagement at hortweek.com, for which we would like to thank our loyal readers and writers. Readership numbers hit 240,000 in the month and newspapers including The Times, The Telegraph and the Mail picked up on Horticulture Week news stories.

Top 10 stories in October (click to access):


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