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The latest news across the UK horticulture industry including garden retail, plant production, edibles production, landscaping, parks, sports turf and arboriculture.
Conservation charity the National Trust for Scotland will undertake a nationwide consultation process to form its new 10-year strategy, taking the organisation into its 100th year in 2031.
Poinsettia market looking strong as nurseries bounce back and Stars for Europe Marketing Initiative launches
Poinsettias arrive in garden centres next week, with growers seeing more firm orders for seasonal plants going into 2021.
WD Smith plans 2021 pansy trials at RHS Hyde Hall and opens Christmas garden centre market five weeks early
As well as its usual pansy and viola trial at its Battlesbridge, Essex site, WD Smith is to trial plants outdoors at nearby RHS Hyde Hall in spring 2021.
Bramfield Hall North Suffolk
Private Estate - Windsor Windsor
Cameron Landscapes & Gardens Notting Hill, London
Senior Green Space Officer
Runnymede Borough Council KT15 2AH, Addlestone
Full time Gardener
Flowers Galore and More Highgate, London (Greater)
CEO and leading garden designer at Bowles & Wyer, John Wyer, explains how office developments will change in the future.
Bionema founder and CEO Minshad Ansari says the high cost and lengthy requirements for EU registration are severely limiting the development and commercialisation of BioProtection solutions in Europe – and this needs to be addressed urgently.
There can be no dispute about the huge number of people new and returned to gardening as a result of the lockdown.
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