Will your company join us as a Perennial Partner?

Perennial is the only charity in the UK helping all those who work in or are retired from horticulture and their dependent families. We step in when the going gets tough.

If your company employs horticulturists please ensure they know that Perennial is here for them in times of need and consider becoming a Perennial Partner to help maintain our free and confidential advice and financial services for those who need them most.

Becoming a Perennial Partner allows you to support us through an annual donation at the level appropriate for your business, and as a company making an annual qualifying donation to charity, the amount paid each year can be set against profits for Corporation Tax purposes.

Being a Perennial Partner can form part of your Corporate Social Responsibility Programme and offers considerable PR and marketing benefits by association with the UK’s only charity for all horticulturists.

But above all, being a Perennial Partner demonstrates your commitment to safeguarding all those who work in the UK horticulture industry.

Please pledge your support and become a Perennial Partner today.

Perennial’s corporate partners are fundamental to us providing cradle-to-grave advice, support and financial assistance that is needed now more than ever. We are the UK’s only charity dedicated to helping people in horticulture and their families when times get tough. In 2019 we helped 10% more people than the previous year. We can only continue to do this with help from our partners. 

From providing vital funds to raising awareness of our work, our partners make a big difference to people in horticulture and their families. Being a Perennial Partner gives you a unique way to show your customers and staff what sort of organisation you are. If your business is predominantly about plants, flowers, trees, grass, or landscaping, then Perennial is the charity for you and you staff. 

Whatever size of organisation you are, partnering and promoting your work with us will help you to: 

  • Engage, attract, motivate and retain staff
  • Increase brand awareness and purpose 
  • Increase customer loyalty  

How you can help 

We’ll work with you to ensure your partnership helps people in horticulture whilst meeting your corporate objectives. We’re looking for Perennial Partners who can help us by: 

  • Raising vital funds through employee fundraising, events and challenges
  • Ensuring your staff, customers or members receive information and news about Perennial and how we can help them
  • Treating your staff or customers to a team outing by bringing them to the annual Party for Perennial
  • Sponsoring a Perennial activity or advertising in Perennial News
  • Telling everyone you meet about Perennial! 

 What else?  

  • We’ll promote your partnership on our website and social media channels
  • You’ll also receive a framed certificate 

People in the industry are facing really difficult times which is impacting on them physically, mentally and financially. We can make a difference to their lives,but weneed yourongoingsupportto bethere for everyone who needs us. 

Steve Harper from Bord Na Monarecognisestheimportanceof Perennial in the industry anddecided to run the Great North Runfor us.Hesays:

“I’ve been working in this industry for 20 years and this was an opportunity to give something back. I want to raise Perennial’s profile both for people to understand it exists if they need helpand alsoto encourage others from within the industry to show their support.” 

Contact the Team today – email: Kate Cooney or Phil Swainston

Call our team on 0800 093 8510

Or complete our form under the ‘Become a Partner’ tab and we’ll be in touch. 

Join the growing band of organisations signed up to our Perennial Partners scheme

Complete the form below and we’ll be in touch!

Perennial Partners


Arboricultural Association

Bartlett Tree Experts

BIGGA – British & International Golf Greenkeepers

Boningale Nurseries

Bushy Business

Butterworth Horticulture

Clockhouse Nursery

Commonwealth War Graves Commission

The Farplants Group

Frosts Landscape Construction Ltd

Joseph Rochford Gardens Ltd

Kingston Landscape Group

Landscape Institute

London College of Garden Design

Nurture Landscapes

The Plantman Co

The Professional Gardeners’ Guild

Rigby Taylor


Barton Grange Garden Centre

Butter Wakefield Garden Design

Elite Landscapes Limited

Flavourfresh Salads Ltd

Gillian Goodson Garden Designs

HTA – Horticultural Trades Association

Joseph Jones Contract Gardeners Ltd

Landscape Associates Ltd

Landform Consultants Limited

London Stone

Majestic Trees

North Hill Nurseries

Notcutts Ltd

Oak View Landscapes

Pepperpot Nursery

Plant Style

Society of Garden Designers

Tilhill Forestry


Van Arnhem Nursery Ltd

W Crowders & Sons Ltd (Nursery)

Wildflower Turf Ltd

Wisteria Landscapes

Additional Partners

4th Corner Ltd

Affinity Landscapes

Arbour Landscapes Solutions Ltd

Boast About the Garden

Bo Cook Landscape & Garden Design

Claire Merriman Design

Design by Katja

Dove Associates

Easton Walled Gardens

The Florist

Franzi Cheeseman Garden Design & Consultation

The Garden Company

The Gardeners Guild

Grasstex Ltd

Green-tech Ltd

Habitat Landscapes

Hackit Beastie

Howy White Photography

InsideOut Home and Garden Improvements Ltd

Jim Brasier Landscapes

Keith Robertson Landscaping

Kings Landscapes

The Landscaper’s Circle

The Landscaping Consultants

The London Lawn Turf Co.

Mark Stewart Gardens

Martha Krempel Garden Design

Mawgan Gardeners

May & Watts Garden Design

Mulholland Landscape Ltd

New Hopetoun Gardens

The Patio Black Spot Removal Company Ltd

Pennell & Sons Ltd

Platipus Anchors Ltd

Practicality Brown Ltd

Provender Nurseries

Readyhedge Ltd

RT Machinery

SGL Forestry Ltd

Silverland Stone

Sisley Garden Tours 

South East Branch of the Chartered Institute of Horticulture

Susan Dancey Design

Yorkshire Agricultural Society