Careers & Workplace
Information and resources to help you start or develop your career in horticulture, including qualifications and courses for work in plant production, professional gardening, landscape design & construction, arboriculture, greenkeeping, groundsmanship and garden retailing. Information on this page is compiled in association with Grow.
Landscape business that go the extra mile to train apprentices are now earning greater recognition in the battle against skills shortages, Jez Abbott reports.
Industry bodies have been setting up trailblazer groups to establish horticulture apprenticeships under the Government's new framework, Jonathan Tilley reports.
Major Government changes to apprenticeships put employers in the driving seat. Is horticulture ready? Jez Abbott finds out.
Business and marketing knowhow is just as important as plant knowledge for those producing and selling plants, Rachel Anderson finds.
Skills in community engagement, sustainability and IT are among the new essentials for amenity horticulture and landscaping, Rachel Anderson hears.
Coming up through the ranks, the YoungHorts tell Sarah Cosgrove why they want to work in the industry.
Horticultural colleges are finding new ways to attract recruits after fees were forced up for older students, Jack Shamash reports.
Plant Sales Advisor - H651
Horticruitment East Sussex
Maintenance Gardener / Landscaper
Chelsea Gardener Based out of Clapham, working across all Central London
Groundsman (Sports Pitches) - T901
Lotus Landscapes Ltd. Laleham, Staines
Trainee and Experienced Landscapers - T009