More than 350 landscapers attended in 2009. This year Matthew Wilson will discuss how public plantings can be more dynamic.
Price, designer of the 2012 World Gardens for the Olympics, will hint at her designs for the London site. Designer and RHS judge Andrew Wilson will look at the future of garden design. Dutch nurseryman Griffoen will show his success in establishing sustainable municipal perennial plantings. GreenSpace chief executive Paul Bramhill will discuss the budget cuts' effect on public green space.
- The day will cost £15 to attend and the fee includes lunch. For details, see palmstead.co.uk
WEEK ON THE WEB
Longstanding ban on gnomes on RHS show gardens lifted to allow David Domoney's World Cup mascot at Gardeners' World Live.
Food & Environment Research Agency discovers two outbreaks of arabis mosaic virus in Cornwall on 22 April and 5 May.
Esh Group, the building firm with landscape and fencing set-ups, returns to profit in 2009 after suffering a loss in 2008 caused by the housing slump.
William Sinclair Horticulture claims its latest growing media, Sincro-Boost Plus, performs as well as peat and could enable the horticultural industry to meet the Government's 2020 peat-free target.
Leading expert tells Government to prove its commitment to trees after claiming coverage has halved in recent years.
Communities website where vegetable and potato growers can gain and share advice and discuss topical issues set up by Syngenta Crop Protection.
HRH the Countess of Wessex to officially open Peterborough Garden Park/Van Hage Garden Centre on 8 July.
HTA Bedding Focus 2010 event to address key challenges facing the industry and unveil new research offering growers an insight into consumers' view of their products.
Soil Association calls on Government to ban aminopyralid following renewed cases of crop damage by herbicide contamination.
Institute of Groundsmanship expands its network of regional advisers with the appointment of Andy Clarke and Allan Moore.
Federer and Nadal replaced by real stars of the court in the new BBC Wimbledon adverts - Toro mowers and sprinklers.
New green corridor of trees, flowers and meadowland planned to carve up the grey industrial heartland of Leeds.
Vivienne Westwood, the fashion designer associated with punk, accepts garden party invite from HRH Prince Charles.
Arb students clamber to victory at this year's student tree-climbing competition held by the International Society of Arboriculture UK and Ireland chapter.