Professionals urged to host 'meet-the-candidate' events and petition over key horticulture issues.
With rising demand driving development, Sally Drury reviews a selection of the latest models at Trengwainton Garden, Cornwall.
Outstanding teams and organisations shortlisted in prestigious awards scheme.
Edible crop growers see mixed results as low prices continue to pose problems.
Survey highlights growing importance of ensuring profitability in uncertain times.
Trend demonstrated by investment fund's £10.3m acquisition of Yarnton Nurseries.
ID Verde Sutton, London (Greater)
Gardener x 2
National Trust Chipping Campden, Gloucestershire
Estate Team Supervisor
Mires Beck Nursery North Cave, Brough
Experienced Gardeners required (copy)
Flowers Galore and More Ltd. North London
Grafton Nursery Grafton Flyford, Worcester
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These shrubs have stunning pea-like flowers, good scent and an undeserved reputation, Miranda Kimberley explains.
These true bulbs can lend height to a border and bring drama to a spring garden, Miranda Kimberley finds.
These shrubs or small trees produce mainly blue flowers and fantastic glossy leaves, writes Miranda Kimberley.
Protect against root damage caused by tunnelling.
Take action to avoid this disease causing dieback and rendering plants unsaleable
Treatments to defend against these pathogens should be used alongside good hygiene practice.
Manufacturers are developing new ways for growers to manage crop inputs while reducing reliance on pesticides, Sally Drury reports.
Higher crop prices and increasing demand for food are driving the latest advances, but what does the future hold for growers? Sally Drury investigates.
Growers report sustainability, high-quality crops and better productivity from switching to coir, says Gavin McEwan.
Expert advice on how to choose and buy horticultural equipment