London's green roof space has more than doubled over the past three years and there is scope for further expansion across the country, Josephine Smit reports.
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Vivid blue flowers make these plants stand out in the garden and attract bees and butterflies, says Miranda Kimberley.
These exotic annuals with erect plumes or long tassels of flowers can make a bold statement, Miranda Kimberley finds.
These majestic evergreen trees with their striking needles need lots of space to grow to their full glory, says Miranda Kimberley.
Marketplace consolidation can be an opportunity to increase your sales to new and existing customers, Neville Stein explains.
As World War Two drew to a close, The Gardeners' Chronicle made a plea for peace memorials from educational facilities set among trees and flowers to rest gardens or rose gardens to remember those never to return.
Aftercare and educating your clients can stop your work being neglected after you have finished a job, Alan Sargent advises.
Steps can be taken to back up your professional approach when working for a main contractor, says Alan Sargent
A career in the landscape sector offers the chance to work on diverse projects while building a wide portfolio of skills, Rachel Anderson finds.
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Most hedges need to be cut or trimmed several times a year and the choice of kit will depend on their size, species and setting, Sally Drury explains
Young and newly planted trees need protection against a range of threats to their successful establishment, says Sally Drury.
Various options are available to support young trees, Sally Drury explains.
Landscape luminary Noel Farrer casts an eye over the state of the industry.