Competition gives youth a cutting edge

Kimberley, Miranda
May 2008
Horticulture Week;5/15/2008, p16
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The article focuses on the significance of the Institute of Horticulture Young Horticulturist of the Year (YHoY) award in Great Britain. The award intends to find the best British young horticulturists and is open to anyone under 30. Patrick Wiltshire is a third-time YHoY awardee and at the age of 29, it is his last chance as a Royal Horticultural Society Wisley student to win the competition.


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