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Golden Jubilee Plant

Gardeners' World Golden Jubilee Plant

Gardeners' World Golden Jubilee Plant

The Gardeners' World 50th anniversary celebrations are hotting up - as part of the celebrations Gardeners' World are looking for the plant which has had the biggest impact on gardens over the past 50 years with the winner being crowned the Golden Jubilee Plant.

The nominated plants will be on display at BBC Gardeners' World Live in a beautiful and inspiring gallery curated by BBC Gardeners' World Magazine associate editor David Hurrion.

Voting is now closed, and, as Monty Don says, "the result will be announced at our big anniversary bash at BBC Gardeners' World Live this June". The winner will be unveiled on screen as part of the 1-hour anniversary programme on Friday 16 June, by Mary Berry.

All 10 nominations are...

Dahlia

Dahlia

Nick Bailey puts forward the case for the Dahlia with it's variety of colour and general versatility.
Aquilegia

Aquilegia

Rachel de Thame chooses the Aquilegia vulgaris as a shade lover with a pallet of colour.
Echinacea

Echinacea

Mark Lane nominated the Echinacea for it’s impact on the naturalistic prairie style of planting.
Stipa Gigantea

Stipa Gigantea

Gardeners' World presenter Joe Swift nominated the majestic Stipa Gigantea. (Photo: BBC Gardeners’ World Magazine/Jason Ingram)

Acer

Acer

Alan Power put forward the Acer, for its architectural foliage, colour and interest.
Rose

Rose

In the penultimate nomination,  Adam Frost nominated the rose as his Golden Jubilee Plant.

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