News & Analysis
The latest news across the UK horticulture industry including garden retail, plant production, edibles production, landscaping, parks, sports turf and arboriculture.
Wyevale Garden Centres is warning gardeners to prepare for an increase of "supersized" slugs this spring, after a mild winter.
Oxford Planters have announced the launch of a new collection of planters, seats and tables designed by UK garden designer Andrew Fisher Tomlin and handcrafted in their Cotswolds workshop.
Mid and East Antrim Borough Council has been promoting the health and happiness benefits of gardening to get people involved in Britain in Bloom.
Crab apple trees in the centre of a Worcestershire market town are having to be replaced after the council planted the wrong species.
Waverley Borough Council Surrey
Garden Centre Manager | South East
MorePeople South East England
Nursery Production Growing Staff | Lincolnshire
Hyde Park Super Nursery Design & Build
The Royal Parks London (Central), London (Greater)
Kitchen Garden Assistant - 30358
Gail Manning Gloucestershire
Earlier this year, delegates at a Landscape Institute conference debated the danger of focusing too much on "beauty" when promoting the benefit of good landscape design - a practice that speaker Nigel Dunnett warned fed into age-old stereotypes of landscape being nothing more than "a decorative add-on".
Plant health is a subject discussed more and more by nurserymen. The fact that it is now being discussed by landscape contractors too indicates a quantum change in importance.
Plane wilt is a vascular disorder similar to Dutch elm disease and just as deadly, evidenced by its devastating impact in France. Just one short boat trip away and a London without plane trees will be the reality, not some remote scenario way down the list of national priorities.