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David Austin Roses flourishing online

David Austin Roses flourishing online

Despite experiencing a year of unprecedented challenges, rose breeder David Austin Roses has been buoyed by a significant rise in its online sales.

This horticulture week in numbers to 24 October

This horticulture week in numbers to 24 October

How has horticulture's war on plastic been hit by the coronavirus crisis?

How has horticulture's war on plastic been hit by the coronavirus crisis?


Analysis

Top garden photographers named

Top garden photographers named

Ahead of the annual Garden Media Guild awards, Horticulture Week has named the most influential garden photographers in th UK.

How have exhibitors managed in 2020 with so many shows off?

How have exhibitors managed in 2020 with so many shows off?

Top 50 TV garden presenters

Top 50 TV garden presenters

Horticulture Week has ranked the UK's most influential 50 active gardening TV presenters.


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Horticulture Week

The latest developments concerning coronavirus for horticulture industry professionals involved in buying or selling garden products and plants or producing and participating in horticultural shows and events.

Horticulture Week Top 100 Ornamentals nurseries

See our exclusive RANKING  of ornamentals nurseries by annual turnover  plus the  FULL REPORT AND ANALYSIS

Plants Library

Carpinus

Carpinus

These trees are ideal for parks and gardens and many will tolerate pollution in urban areas, notes Sally Drury.

Late-flowering Clematis

Late-flowering Clematis

With stunning displays lasting until late autumn, now is an ideal time to promote these colourful gems, Sally Drury advises.

Dwarf Narcissus

Dwarf Narcissus

These well-loved flowers can help to sustain passion for growing that built up during lockdown, Sally Drury suggests.

Calluna vulgaris

Calluna vulgaris

These plants survive severe exposure and make good ground cover in cityscapes to wildlife gardens, writes Sally Drury.

Colchicum

Colchicum

These autumn wonders produce colourful flowers that make for a sensational display, says Sally Drury.

Hebe

Hebe

These plants are enjoyed for their dense spikes, panicles or racemes of flowers and for their foliage, writes Sally Drury.


Peter Seabrook

Help more people to start growing

Help more people to start growing

Derek Bunker at Alton Garden Centre is always worth hearing out.

Big opportunities ready to be seized

Big opportunities ready to be seized

There can be no dispute about the huge number of people new and returned to gardening as a result of the lockdown.

An ideal time to raise our game

An ideal time to raise our game


Tim Edwards


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RHS Chelsea Flower Show

Chelsea Flower Show

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Horticulture Week Landscape Project Leads

The latest developments concerning biosecurity for professionals involved in buying or selling plants including updates on high risk imports and the latest government control measures and policy development.

Forthcoming Events

Four Oaks Trade Show 2020

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GreenTech Live & Online 2020

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National Fruit Show - online only

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Working in partnerships with ICL we have produced a series of technical and informative articles including best practice case studies on ICL's Grow, Nurture & Protect themes.