A garden designer sketches out a vision of form, function and beauty for an otherwise lacklustre piece of land.
A head groundsman manages and leads a grounds team, whose role it is to produce and maintain the grounds to a high standard.
A fresh design for a landscape is an exciting sight as we begin to realise how much potential lies within each piece of land.
The planteria manager must ensure that a garden centre's plants are "flying off the shelves".
A head greenkeeper is responsible for ensuring that each and every part of the golf course is maintained to the highest possible standard.
Parks have become more of a focal point for local communities than ever before. For this reason, a parks manager is like the park's guardian.
From urban parks breathing life into our cities to nature reserves adding biodiversity to rural wastelands, the creations of landscape architects are all around us, in both our built and natural environments.
A production manager's main responsibility is to ensure that the glasshouse, nursery or farm produces a bountiful and consistently high-quality crop for people to enjoy.
An arboriculture contractor team leader is the person who, having worked for several years as an arborist/tree surgeon, is the lead climber in a team that is typically made up of themself, a climber and a grounds person.
Juggling many balls, a landscape contracts/projects manager is in charge of every aspect of a company's projects to ensure that they run smoothly.
A garden centre manager leads a team of staff members to help them make sure every part of the centre, from the planteria to the cafe, offers its customers a great retail experience.
Many organisations outsource their grounds maintenance services.
A tree officer works for a council and is responsible for the care and management of trees owned by the local authority, including trees in public woodlands, parks, country parks and roadsides.
Working for the owners of a private estate, a head gardener is responsible for the year-round management of the estate's garden.
Eden Project director of life sciences Dr Mike Maunder explains the role: "As a manager of a public garden or estate you are custodian of a collection and landscape that represents a unique heritage."
An agronomist helps commercial growers with the incredibly complex operation of managing the needs of their crops.
Gardening Team Leader
Garden Transformation North London
Surrey Private Estate Surrey
Gardener - RHS level 3 diploma or similar
Stefano Marinaz Landscape Architecture London (Central), London (Greater)
Daylesford Estate Cotswolds
Landscaping Assistant & Landscaping Supervisor
Scofell Landscapes Ltd Across Berkshire, Hampshire and Surrey