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The Brexit White Paper on the future relationship between the UK and the EU promises UK will be able to sign trade deals and remain outside the jurisdiction of the EU Courts, proposals generally welcomed by the horticulture industry.
Suppliers and growers say 2019 could be the year of volume plastic alternative use, or greater closed-loop plastic pot and tray recycling, after 2018 saw a surge in interest in plastic reduction.
After a tough spring, has the weather impacted on forward orders for 2019?
These evergreen and deciduous shrubs feature bright foliage, corky bark and coloured fruit, says Miranda Kimberley.
Winner - Steve McCurdy, Majestic Trees
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Boningales Nursery chairman Tim Edwards on the business of ornamentals production
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Fresh Horticultural Careers Cumbria
Head Gardener (Live out) - EC4578
English Country Gardeners Bedford, Bedfordshire
Plant Area Department Supervisor - 37710
Fresh Horticultural Careers Maidstone, Kent
Marks Hall Estate Coggeshall, Colchester
Senior Horticultural Supervisor (External Areas)
Birmingham Botanical Gardens Edgbaston, Birmingham, UK
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The Razorback offers a big step up in hedgerow management, Sally Drury explains.
With labour increasingly difficult to source and getting ever more expensive, Sally Drury explores how the latest machines can help large and small nurseries.
Design, images, information and flexibility are all factors but the materials used to produce labels are increasingly important for customers, writes Sally Drury.
Showy spikes, lush leaves and sweet scent all help to sell these appealing plants, writes Miranda Kimberley.
A graceful habit, attractive foliage and often fragrant flowers are all selling points, writes Miranda Kimberley.
These useful plants are persistent, need little attention and offer striking colour combinations, says Miranda Kimberley.
This underused species could add to the diversity of our urban tree population, Miranda Kimberley discovers.
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