Last week saw the most column inches about gardening and horticulture for years as the plight of growers and retailers hit the headlines.
"The Government is wrong. Garden centres are essential, and we need them reopened" was a headline in The Telegraph.
The Independent ran a story headlined: "The online garden centres and nurseries to support during lockdown."
And BBC News featured the story of Tony Joyner at Plants Galore in Exeter with the headline "Coronavirus: Garden centre owner rips up closure order."
Deliveries from closed garden centres also made national news as The Express reported: "Taxis ride to rescue to deliver plants for garden centres as £200m could be wasted."
Over in Northern Ireland Altnagelvin Garden Centre in Londonderry made local press headlines of: "Green shoots of recovery for garden centre with launch of delivery service during coronavirus outbreak."
The Palace Gardener in Fulham generated the headline "London coronavirus: Fulham garden centre shows how indoor gardening can cheer us all up during lockdown" on the MyLondon news website.
And who'd have thought garden centres would feature in a story about The Great British Bake Off. On ITV's Good Morning Britain Matt Lucas revealed his audition for the next series of Bake Off took place in a garden centre. If you know which garden centre it was please let us know: firstname.lastname@example.org