Plant Trends and Award winners
All the latest plant trends and the latest winners of plant awards including Four Oaks Trade Show, RHS Chelsea Flower Show, Plantarium and more.
Google Trends and Instagram research has shown the Dracaena snake plant is the most popular indoor plant in the UK in 2020.
Thompson & Morgan 2020 Spring Catalogue's top 10 plants are, according to the company.
Key colours, carbon footprint, grow your own and recyclable pots will be key in 2020 the nursery said.
Organic, foliage, ornamental grasses, ferns and native wildflowers are among themes emerging for show gardens at Chelsea 2020 say show garden suppliers.
The retail group's annual trends report says environmental awareness shows no signs of slowing down as more are set to turn their hand to urban farming in 2020.
Each one of the breeding breakthroughs obtained an outstanding score on innovation, beauty and garden performance, convincing Fleuroselect judges to award a gold medal.
The visitors to Groen-Direkt Spring Fair in Holland have proclaimed Lomandra longifolia White Sands bred by Hoogeveen Plants BV in Hazerswoude as the best novelty.
Adenium obesum Fairy Tree Concept from Spanish company Plantal Producciones has won the Show Your Colours Award at IPM Essen 2020.
Fleuroselect 2021 gold medal winners include a Celosia, Delphinium and Rudbeckia.
Agapanthus 'Poppin Purple', entered by Plantipp BV and grown by UK nursery Fairweather's has been awared the best perennial prize at IPM Essen.
Lubera has won the award for Best Novelty Bedding Plant at IPM Essen Trade Show.
Private (Estate) Solihull, West Midlands
General Maintenance Assistant
Cameron Landscapes & Gardens London (Central), London (Greater)
Gardener at large country house
Private Estate - North Staffordshire North Staffordshire
Morton Hall Gardens Morton Hall Gardens, near Inkberrow, Worcestershire
Garden Maintenance Manager
The Botanical Gardener London (Central), London (Greater)
Free to subscribers, the essential guide for professional plant buyers
- Lincolnshire Showground/University of Lincoln’s Riseholme Campus
- Situated 5 miles from Junction 18 of the M6 motorway, close to the Jodrell Bank radio telescope, only 10 miles from Manchester International Airport and 4 miles from Holmes Chapel Railway Station on the Crewe to Manchester line.
- Boskoop, Netherlands.