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Horticulturalist Gardener, Borders
Grosvenor Estate Eaton Estate, Chester
Arboriculture and Landscape Maintenance Manager
Transport for London London (Central), London (Greater)
Gardener - Live Out - ECG674
English Country Gardeners Cotswolds
Business Development Manager (Landscape)
MorePeople North West England
Sole Gardener - Live In - ECG686
English Country Gardeners Ross on Wye, Herefordshire
Neat leaves, a tough constitution and fragrant flowers are a winning combination, says Miranda Kimberley.
These deciduous, spiny trees can tolerate pollution, making them a good choice for parks and gardens, says Miranda Kimberley.
With star- or bell-shaped flowers mainly with blue accents, these bulbs make a splendid contribution to any spring display, says Miranda Kimberley.
Government supports integrated approach to weed control as best way to head off threat of bans being imposed by EU.
Having the correct kit will help you get the job done quickly and to the desired standard, says Sally Drury.
How will your business fill key leadership roles and map its future after you leave? asks Neville Stein.
Creating a database of your target customers and offering services such as overwintering stock can help to attract new business, Alan Sargent advises
There are still challenges to be overcome despite improvements in best practice, Sally Drury explains.
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Young, newly-planted trees need all the support and protection they can get, writes Sally Drury.
The size of the planting stock will determine which support system to use, Sally Drury advises.
Having the right machine to clear away debris can save you a lot of time and effort, Sally Drury explains.
Back pain, largely due to age, is limiting my gardening activities. Although I am fortunate in that I have two gardeners - three in late spring and throughout the summer -- I still like to keep my hand in and do whatever I can to maintain the garden to a sufficiently high standard to attract visitors. Are there any specialist gardening tools you can recommend that might help me to continue with my "pottering"?