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Sales/Business Development Director - L466
Horticruitment South UK
Gardener in Charge of Private Estate Pleasure and Kitchen Gardens
Combe Estate East Devon
Assistant Gardening Services Manager
MorePeople England, Lincolnshire
National Trust Mottisfont Abbey. Near Romsey, Hampshire.
Experienced Gardener - Live Out - ECG780
English Country Gardeners Cambridgeshire/Bedfordshire border
Most hedges need to be cut or trimmed several times a year and the choice of kit will depend on their size, species and setting, Sally Drury explains
Young and newly planted trees need protection against a range of threats to their successful establishment, says Sally Drury.
Having the correct kit will help you get the job done quickly and to the desired standard, says Sally Drury.
Marketplace consolidation can be an opportunity to increase your sales to new and existing customers, Neville Stein explains.
I have been bemused by the paucity of the debate on Brexit. The relentless drive to justify and capture everything in a neo-liberal context is irrelevant. For me the scrabbling about propounding spurious figures of how poor we will be if we leave or how much richer we will be if we stay completely misses the point.
We report on another major city this week that hopes, at least in part, to secure a future for its crisis-hit parks by working with key local institutions that share common goals and interests (see p9-11).
As World War Two drew to a close, The Gardeners' Chronicle made a plea for peace memorials from educational facilities set among trees and flowers to rest gardens or rose gardens to remember those never to return.
Stratford-upon-Avon rejoices in William Shakespeare, its most famous son. Even after 400 years he is still the world's greatest poet and playwright. He lives on with increasing stature and reputation worldwide. Horticulture still contributes in that life and our enjoyment of it.
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.
For two or three decades the "new perennial movement" has infiltrated planting design to the extent that it can no longer be called "new".