This year's Top 100 Ornamentals Nurseries - growers weather the storm

Horticulture Week’s sixth annual top ornamental producers report charts 100 leading businesses by turnover in the UK ornamental growing sector.

The report provides a unique insight into the leading operators, setting out business activities, personnel, projects and clients.

This listing is compiled from exclusive research by HW, with information from listed companies as well as publicly accessible sources, including Companies House, company websites and social media.

This year the top 70 nurseries jointly recorded turnover of an estimated £863 million, £20 million more than in the 2020 listing.

With the coronavirus pandemic closing garden centres and curtailing growing activity in the last year, some figures reflect that impact, while those from before March 2020 do not.

Where turnover figures are estimated, they are based on figures published in the 2020 listing.

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