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Horticulture Week has listed 35 high-performing young people from across the horticulture industry aged 35 or under.
Horticulture policy is a busy area at present, with the Agriculture Bill, Environment Bill, Brexit, seasonal workers and plant health among the big national issues.
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Team Leader - Plant Terrace
The Crown Estate Windsor, Berkshire
Senior Kitchen Gardener
Tottenham Hotspur Football Club E2, Enfield
Grounds Maintenance Craft Gardener
Adur and Worthing Councils Commerce Way, Lancing
Kitchen Gardener / Maintenance / Farmer (live in)
The Farmhouse Cafe Kildare, Ireland
Skilled Gardener (Live Out)
Historic Private Estate - Cotswolds Tetbury, Gloucestershire
The newest models are more efficient, safer and easier to operate and maintain as well as being Stage V compliant, writes Sally Drury.
Year-round colour and neat clumps of foliage make these perennials very marketable, says Miranda Kimberley.
Attractive colours and simple daisy-like flowers make these little-used shrubs very appealing, Miranda Kimberley finds.
Hydrangeas are beautiful shrubs that grace many gardens in the UK. They are easy to grow and can provide a variety of flower head shapes and colours.
The air-purifying ability of the peace lily has been widely marketed to generate more sales, Miranda Kimberley reports.
These underrated evergreen shrubs or small trees can be good alternatives to box hedging, writes Miranda Kimberley.
Ivies can clothe walls or provide ground cover and are ideal for brightening a dark corner, says Miranda Kimberley.
We face a great opportunity to increase the UK's production of nursery stock, but it will not be exploited without a strategic plan.