News & Analysis
The latest news across the UK horticulture industry including garden retail, plant production, edibles production, landscaping, parks, sports turf and arboriculture.
The charity behind the £175 million London Garden Bridge, The Garden Bridge Trust, has revealed its shortlisted contractors for the project.
A Defra-commissioned survey has found that quarter of people were not aware they can't bring in live plants to the UK.
Long-awaited legislation on sustainable urban drainage systems (SuDS) will finally come in from April 2015 - five years after the law was changed to alleviate flood risk.
Glendale has secured a contract to provide services for one of the largest secondary schools in the Midlands.
Parks Development and Fundraising Officer
London Borough of Wandsworth Wandsworth, London (Greater)
Sandwell Metropolitan Borough Council Oldbury
Lecturer in Horticulture
Moulton College Moulton, Northampton
Head Gardener (non-Residential) . Tormarton (near Chipping Sodbury, South Gloucestershire)
Bruce Finnamore, Tormarton Court Tormarton, Badminton
Deputy Head Gardener
Tottenham Hotspur Football Club Enfield (Locality), London (Greater)
- Oxford University Examination Schools, Oxford
- Writtle College University of Essex
- Gifts and accessories show.
Last month I went to my local fruit farm/farm shop to buy a gift pack of Cox's Orange Pippin only to be told they had run out of the festive printed trays.
The close of the year is always a time to take stock of achievements and last week's BALI National Landscape Awards did just that, with 850 of the industry's finest celebrating the very best in UK landscaping practice.
Here's a sweeping statement: we British don't think highly enough of ourselves. One of our greatest strengths is our cynicism.