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Glendale-sponsored places available at major parks conference

Glendale-sponsored places available at major parks conference

There are still places available for the Green Connect conference with free places for community groups sponsored by green services company Glendale.

First cohort of of Sainsbury's horticulture apprentices take up places with growers

First cohort of of Sainsbury's horticulture apprentices take up places with growers

Eight apprentices have started work on the first retailer-led national apprenticeship scheme for horticulture and agriculture.

Scottish stablity key to business growth says Forum of Private Business

National small business group the Forum of Private Business has said stability is key to Scotland's business growth and hopes the country moves beyond the uncertainty created by the two-year referendum campaign.

Luxury cabin development halted over concern over impact on ancient woodland

Luxury cabin development halted over concern over impact on ancient woodland

Forest Holidays will "withdraw and reconsider" its bid to build 70 luxury cabins amid the ancient woodland of Fineshade Wood in Northamptonshire, following concern from the Woodland Trust.

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Seabrook On ... Time to showcase well-grown plants

Seabrook On ... Time to showcase well-grown plants

A video loop playing at the entrance to the garden at Great Dixter features the late Christopher Lloyd stating that as a plantsman he liked to see plants well grown and to be challenging in his use of colours. He told us he would like to try a soft pink and soft yellow, perhaps lightened with silver.

Independents take a step up

Independents take a step up

Each year, our exclusive Garden Retail report listing the top 100 garden centres by turnover maps the key shifts taking place in the garden industry.

According to Dixon...Social horticulture shown at its very best

According to Dixon...Social horticulture shown at its very best

Magic is happening in Somerset.