Top garden photographers named

Credit: HW
Credit: HW

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

Top photographers:

  • Jonathan Buckley
  • Marianne Majerus
  • Clive Nichols
  • Andrew Lawson
  • Jason Ingram
  • Andrea Jones
  • Derek St Romaine
  • Paul Debois
  • Richard Bloom
  • Jerry Harpur
  • Alan Pollok-Morris
  • Howard Rice
  • Ray Cox
  • Jonathan Ward
  • Philip Smith
  • Gillian Plummer
  • Gary Rogers
  • Dan Whiting (in house photographer at Ball Colegrave)
  • Heather Edwards
  • Lee Beel
  • Matthew Bruce
  • Annie Green-Armytage
  • Jacquie Hurst
  • Dianna Jazwinski
  • Julie Skelton
  • Julia Stanley
  • Stephen Studd
  • Ian Thwaites

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