Nurseryman David Mills, who runs a busy plant-focused retail centre, discusses the invaluable role that Osmocote plays in producing and selling healthy plants
Plants, furniture and food are under price pressure.
Report calls for mayor Sadiq Khan to develop a city-wide, strategic approach to green infrastructure.
British growers say they are in a good place for 2017 thanks to exchange rates and prices remaining steady.
Chairman of the newly formed Royal Parks charity Loyd Grossman has ruled out a significant increase in commercial activity despite the parks needing to bring in more income.
Air Quality Business Fund helping firms tackle pollution and boost green credentials.
With a seasonal labour shortfall starting to take its toll in production horticulture, and some crops already being left unpicked, growers' representatives say clarity from the Government on migrant labour is now essential.
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With box blight and box tree moth both posing problems, Miranda Kimberley looks at alternative planting choices.
Pretty flowers and striking leaves are behind the rising appeal of the foam flower, writes Miranda Kimberley.
These long-flowering thistle-like daisies are well worth a go for consistent interest in the border, writes Miranda Kimberley.
A wide range of nursery stock can be susceptible to potential damage from various cankers.
Defences for protected and outdoor ornamentals.
Powdery mildew in field crops, by Professor Geoffrey Dixon
These machines offer a step up in power for those tackling bigger clean-up jobs and can help to keep costs down, Sally Drury explains.
Battery technology is widening choice and petrol models are also improving, Sally Drury reports.
Battery popularity continues to grow but is there still a place for petrol? Sally Drury asks what's new in both markets.
Expert advice on how to choose and buy horticultural equipment