Shortlist announced for the Horticulture Week Business Awards 2019

Horticulture Week is delighted to announce the names of the outstanding businesses shortlisted for the Horticulture Week Business Awards 2019.

This year's exciting list of finalists was selected by a panel of expert industry judges from a bumper crop of entries which included businesses operating in all corners of the horticulture industry. 

The shortlist features entrants who are up for one or more awards - and includes leading businesses from garden retail, ornamental plant production, arboriculture, fresh produce, landscape and more.  

The winners will be announced at a prestigious awards reception and presentation hosted by Horticulture Week at the London Marriott Hotel Grosvenor Square on the evening of the 27th June. 

The Shortlist in full: 

Artemis Tree Services

Barnsmuir Farm, Tim Stockwell

Bionema Limited

Burgon & Ball

Bridge Farm Group

Chapel Cottage Plants 

Clock House Farm  

Composite Prime


  Genesis Plant Marketing 

Hillier Nurseries and Garden Centres 

Huntapac Produce  


Majestic Trees 


New Leaf Plants



Porters Fuchsias

Pugh’s Garden Village

Syngenta Flowers

The Old Moat Garden Centre 

Tendercare Nurseries

Tong Garden Centre


Westland Farm

West Country Soil Improvement

Wildflower Turf

Worldwide Fruit 

Commenting on this year's entries, Horticulture Week editor Kate Lowe said: "Many congratulations to all our finalists on reaching the shortlist - and a huge thank you to all our entrants for the time and energy they put into their entries for the Horticulture Week Business Awards 2019."

"The standard of entries this year has been exceptionally high, making our judges task extremely tough".

"The Horticulture Week Business Awards were launched to honour, support and showcase to key stakeholders the extraordinary work and achievements of businesses operating in all corners of the UK horticulture industry today - and this year's crop of finalists thoroughly deserve that recognition."

Judging panel

Thanks are due to this year's expert judging panel which included Carol Paris, John Adlam, John Hall, Andrew Wilson, Doug Stewart, Jack Ward, Neville Stein, Matthew Appleby and John Ashley.

Business Awards sponsors

Thanks are also due to the Horticulture Week Business Awards industry sponsors Cocogreen, Desch Plantpak, GreenTech, Modiform, ICL, HTA, Omex, WonderWall, and Sinclair for supporting this year's awards programme.

This year's charity partner is industry charity Perennial.

Winners Presentation

Winners will be announced on 27th June at the Horticulture Week Business Awards reception and presentation.   To BOOK TICKETS to the awards reception and presentation, please go to  

For more information, email awards manager Stephanie Griffiths at:

For sponsorship, email Sharon MacNamara at:

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