Plantarea Manager - A723
Live Out - Assistant Kitchen Gardener - ECG605
Garden Centre Manager - A578
Plantarea Manager (S097)
Royal Horticultural Society (RHS) Woking, Surrey
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These plants are commonly used as bedding in hanging baskets and summer containers as well as making a colourful addition to summer planting schemes, says Bethan Norris.
Representatives from plant nurseries, garden centres, local authorities and the landscaping industry are expected to attend this year's show to see the latest plants, products and services, says Jonathan Tilley.
Investing in the right structure can improve growers' crops and prices, Sally Drury explains.
Construction recovery has led to a record year for many growers but project cost and other pressures are changing the types of stock specified, Jonathan Tilley reports.
A wide range of benefits and cost savings can be secured by using appropriate fabrics, says Sally Drury.
The reduced availability of herbicides has led growers to consider alternative options, Sally Drury finds.
How will these three new models fare when tested at Cannington Golf Club? Sally Drury finds out.
Bright-blue flowers and contrasting foliage help to ensure a long season of interest, says Kevin Line.
A tolerance to waterlogged conditions, dense foliage and feathery plumes of flowers make this an ideal plant for damp gardens and pond sides, writes Bethan Norris
Interesting leaf structures help these plants to catch the eye even before they flower, says Kevin Line.
Grown for their abundant and showy white or pink flowers, these trees are great companion plants for varieties that love acid soil, says Bethan Norris.
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