HW's exclusive Top UK 100 Ornamentals Nurseries Report and Ranking reveals how the sector has fared over a turbulent twelve months

Horticulture Week’s fifth annual top ornamental producers report, now expanded to cover 100 nurseries, tracks the biggest businesses by turnover in the UK ornamental growing sector.

This year's report provides a unique insight into the leading operators, with the Top 70 now reporting a combined turnover of £848m.

Amenity nurseries have ridden a wave of success this year in the UK. Supply is quite tight Europe-wide on some hardy nursery stock amenity plants. There are plenty of projects in the UK that need planting. The Government is looking to be carbon-zero by 2050 and to substitute imports from Europe, so the Brexit effect might be taking off. 

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