Horticulture Week shortlisted for Website of the Year

Horticulture Week has been shortlisted for Website of the Year in the 2019 Garden Media Guild Awards, due to be presented at the Savoy Hotel, London, next month.

The nomination follows the brand's win at the 2018 Garden Media Guild Awards where Horticulture Week was hailed "a masterclass in trade journalism" as it claimed the Trade Publication of the Year Award.

A mix of independent media and horticulture industry experts judge the Garden Media Guild Awards which recognise the very best garden media professionals working in all areas from national radio and TV to digital and print media.

Earlier this year Horticulture Week was shortlisted for Special Interest Magazine Brand of the Year - one of four premium awards in this year's Professional Publishers Association awards. 

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