RHS Master Growers

Find out about the scheme which highlights the specialist nurseries and celebrates the work of plants people

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Nurseries up and down the country do stellar jobs each year breeding and producing plants for us to enjoy in our gardens. Here at the RHS, we celebrate the hard work of nurseries and growers at our flower shows through our Master Grower scheme.

The RHS Master Grower highlights those that we think have gone above and beyond their call of duty, with five leading nurseries being featured at our flower shows throughout the season. 

You’ll find the Master Grower with a showstopping display in the shows’ Marquees – or if you’re at RHS Chelsea Flower Show, look out for all the Master Growers in the Great Pavilion. You can discover the story behind the nursery, ask questions and discover their techniques for success.

Here are the 2023 Master Growers; take a look at who we selected as our chosen four for this year.

The 2023 Master Growers


What makes a Master Grower? 

With so many nurseries and growers up and down the country, it can be difficult to choose just five. To get selected, all of our Master Growers must:
  • Propagate a high percentage of plant material at their own nursery
  • Use methods that are ethical and sustainable where possible
  • Be involved with plant breeding or the development of new varieties
  • Produce a range of unusual, garden-worthy plants
  • Support the RHS Shows and the RHS Gardens
  • Have achieved past awards and medals
  • Give great customer service
The 2022 Master Growers


The 2021 Master Growers  

The 2019 Master Growers

The 2018 Master Growers

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The Royal Horticultural Society is the UK’s leading gardening charity. We aim to enrich everyone’s life through plants, and make the UK a greener and more beautiful place.