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Horticulture Weekly
Horticulture Week Online Edition 20th January 2022
 

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Horticulture Week Podcast
 
Horticulture Week Podcast: Protecting the legacy of John Brookes at Denmans Garden
Horticulture Week Podcast: Protecting the legacy of John Brookes at Denmans Garden
More podcasts
 
Highlights
 
Top 10 most read stories this horticulture week Top 10 most read stories this horticulture week
 
 
Winners and losers this horticulture week Winners and losers this horticulture week
 
 
Movers and people this horticulture week UPDATED Movers and people this horticulture week UPDATED
 

Analysis

 
Can we design growing media mixes to protect our peatlands?
Can we design growing media mixes to protect our peatlands?
 
 
Who are the pioneers shaping the future of vertical farming?
Who are the pioneers shaping the future of vertical farming?
 
 
Which garden centre departments recorded the most profit in 2021?
Which garden centre departments recorded the most profit in 2021?
 
 
Where have all the horticultural grafters gone?
Where have all the horticultural grafters gone?
 
 
Does the industry think garden retail has changed forever or will business return to normal in 2022?
Does the industry think garden retail has changed forever or will business return to normal in 2022?
More analysis
 
HortWeek survey
 
Do you think your horticulture sector will grow in 2022?
Do you think your horticulture sector will grow in 2022?
Horticulture Week is asking horticulture businesses how they view their prospects for 2022.
 
Chelsea Flower Show launches
 
RHS Chelsea Flower Show planting trends identified UPDATED
RHS Chelsea Flower Show planting trends identified UPDATED
 
 
RHS Chelsea Flower Show landscapers revealed
 
 
Mind Chelsea Flower Show garden reflects how 3/4 of people helped during pandemic by being outdoors
 
 
Chris Beardshaw returns to RHS Chelsea Flower Show with the RNLI Garden
 
 
RHS Chelsea Flower Show - Project Giving Back backs 12 gardens
 
 
Brewin Dolphin returns to Chelsea with Paul Hervey-Brookes designing and Bernhard's supplying peat-free plants
 
 
Meta’s Main Avenue garden at RHS Chelsea Flower Show 2022 revealed
 
 
Richard Miers and Perennial to make a first main avenue appearance with a show garden at the 2022 RHS Chelsea Flower Show
Find more on RHS Chelsea
 
Peat debate
 
Fighting over the bones of the UK nursery trade - Seabrook responds to peat critics Fighting over the bones of the UK nursery trade - Seabrook responds to peat critics
 
 
Fighting over the bones of the peat carcass Fighting over the bones of the peat carcass
More comment
 
Other News Highlights this week
 
Marshall sees opportunities for British nurseries
 
 
Garden centre sales rise in 2021 but possible 'headwinds' loom
 
 
Leading nurseries increase turnover post-Covid lockdown year
 
 
'Nightmare' for growers as 2022 red tape 'zero tolerance' kicks in - Defra says no change to enforcement
 
 
Companies House: latest horticulture company results
 
 
Blue Diamond acquires 39th garden centre
 
 
Peat-free propagation 'not so easy'
 
 
UK VAT on plants remains out of sync with EU neighbours
 
 
UK frontrunner in online flower and plant sales as Rabobank issues new report
 
 
Maelor launches £4m tree production facility
 
 
Dobbies identifies plant sales trends for 2022
 
 
Acquisitional company buys landscape firm
 
 
RHS U-turn on compostable 'plastic' bags
 
 
RHS 40-year long service medal presented to Julian Shaw
 
 
Young Horticulturist of the Year Competition launched
 
 
Quarter of a million visit Marble Arch Mound
 
 
Mike Burks looks forward to positive 2022 despite GCA conference cancellation
 
 
Amateur arborists doing 'more harm than good' after Storm Arwen
 
 
Rural Payments Agency sets out achievements and changes
 
 
Peers debate labour issues
More news
 
Your Landscape Questions Answered
 
How landscapers can avoid being caught out by Covid drawbacks
How landscapers can avoid being caught out by Covid drawbacks
Find more Sargent's Solutions
 
Comment
 
Secret Gardener #8: on growing plants in 2022 Secret Gardener #8: on growing plants in 2022
 
Plant Library
 
Dahlia
Dahlia
Dahlias are back in fashion, come in a multitude of shades and offer retailers a double hit, writes Sally Drury.
More on plants
 
HW's Tenders Tracker Service
 
Tenders Tracker: LIVE TABLE
Tenders Tracker: LIVE TABLE
Welcome to the Tenders Tracker, where Horticulture Week keeps track of the latest horticulture-related public sector tenders of value £10,000 or over so you don't have to.
Get the latest public sector tenders direct to your inbox weekly with HW's Tenders Tracker service
 
Plant health
 
1 January - Azalea gall, Botrytis and cold stores 1 January - Azalea gall, Botrytis and cold stores
 
 
EAMU roundup: December 2021 A roundup of the latest horticultural EAMU authorisations.
 
 
EAMU Expiry Alert: February 2022 EAMU authorisations that are due to expire by the end of February 2022. EAMU Expiry Alert: February 2022
More here
 
Maintenance checklist
 
JANUARY PARKS AND GARDENS MAINTENANCE TASKS JANUARY PARKS AND GARDENS MAINTENANCE TASKS
 
 
JANUARY TURFCARE TASKS JANUARY TURFCARE TASKS
 
HORTICULTURE WEEK INTELLIGENCE

CLICK HERE to view monthly breakdowns of the top garden retail product sellers according to Electronic Point-of-Sale data.


 

PARTNER CONTENT

 
Growing businesses for 50 years – Four Oaks returns Presented by Four Oaks Growing businesses for 50 years – Four Oaks returns
 
HORTICULTURE WEEK INTELLIGENCE

CLICK HERE to view a sortable and regularly updated table of key Brexit-related policy, legislation and guidance documents published by the UK Government, devolved administrations and the European Commission, relevant to horticulture.


 
PEAT AND HORTICULTURE

CLICK HERE to view all Horticulture Week's coverage on the use of peat in horticulture and moves towards peat-free growing media for growers and garden centres


 
 

Gardener Opportunities
Competitive Salary plus benefits- dependent on job and experience, Bruton, Somerset
Experienced Gardener
£27-£34K, North London
Senior Gardener
£23,000 - £29,000, Aberdeen, Aberdeenshire
Environmental Landscaping Manager
£35,000 per annum, Walworth Garden, London SE17 3BN
Plant Centre Manager
Salary: £25,000 - £27,000 pro rata dependent on experience, Walworth Garden, London SE17 3BN
 
CONTACT US

Advertising and Sponsorship l Tom Melvin 
Phone 0208 267 5805 | tom.melvin@haymarket.com

Horticulture Jobs | Joe Edmonds
Phone 020 8267 4354 | joe.edmonds@haymarket.com
 
Got news for us? Please contact editor Matthew Appleby: matthew.appleby@haymarket.com


 
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