Horticulture Week reaches quarter of a million readers

Horticulture Week would like to thank its readers after reaching a record quarter of a million people during April so far.

Horticulture Week's coverage of the impact of coronavirus on the sector has seen record engagement by readers.

The Haymarket trusted source of news, analysis, data and advice continues to be the only publication covering all aspects of horticulture, including ornamentals, retail, arboriculture, landscaping, parks, fresh produce, plant health, kit, careers, policy and turf care.

Horticulture Week has campaigned to keep parks and garden centres open and on behalf of growers in their efforts to bring plants to market and has had stories published or picked up by The Daily Telegraph, BBC and Daily Mail, among others.

Most read stories this month include articles on Gardeners' World presenter Monty Don's attacks on the industry, growers and garden centres innovations to sell plants in the coronavirus lockdown, highlighted the generosity of the sector and engaged with campaigners and innovators throughout the industry.


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Some of the most read articles in the last month:

Horticulturists incandescent with rage at Monty Dons lack of sympathy for stricken growers/Monty Don kicks coronavirus crisis-hit garden sector when its down - again 

Nurseries bank on Government plant scrappage scheme or face millions of pounds of losses 

Why garden centres should reopen during the coronavirus outbreak

Plant-delivery pop-ups fill coronavirus-led garden centre vacuum and could be here to stay 

Parks Alliance sees green spaces as a force for recovery when coronavirus crisis lifts

Growers and garden centres think of new ways to get plants to customers 

Berry Gardens reassures on labour, demand, new varieties, yield and quality during coronavirus lockdown

Short notice ban on Xylella-risk plant imports comes into force today

Dobbies garden centres to remain open amid coronavirus lockdown 

Hopes rise that garden centre plant areas could re-open under coronavirus lockdown 

Are landscaping, gardening and ground maintenance professionals allowed to work? 

Coronavirus: non-essential retail closed down by Government 

Why garden centres should reopen during the coronavirus outbreak 

Ornamental growers lose millions as coronavirus lockdown hits at height of the season 

Alan Titchmarsh calls for garden centres to re-open during coronavirus crisis 

Police stopping nursery staff on way to work in coronavirus crackdown reports suggest 

Some young plant suppliers to charge for cancelled orders

Coronavirus crisis: 40 garden industry campaigners 


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