October 22, 2017

Latest:

Rain Bird’s new LNK WiFi Module provides simple, smart management of residential and light commercial irrigation -

Sunday, October 22, 2017

Geocycle launches in the UK – leading co-processing company offers sustainable waste treatment solution -

Saturday, October 21, 2017

Christmas at Kew 2017 -

Saturday, October 21, 2017

World-renowned architects appointed for Gateshead Quays -

Friday, October 20, 2017

Makita UK supports operation airlift Caribbean -

Friday, October 20, 2017

ECHO take on autumn with the DPB-600 power blower -

Friday, October 20, 2017

Thrive gardeners visit Notcutts Oxford and create a haven for wildlife -

Friday, October 20, 2017

Timberwolf launches new petrol range at Saltex -

Friday, October 20, 2017

JCB toughens up the outdoor paint market -

Thursday, October 19, 2017

Adelaide Contemporary International Design Competition launches -

Thursday, October 19, 2017

Andrew Grant appointed Chair of Bathscape Landscape Partnership -

Thursday, October 19, 2017

IMaGOS – International Master in Garden and Open-Space design -

Thursday, October 19, 2017

Green-tech signs sole UK Distribution deal for TerraCottem Arbor to provide trees with the perfect start -

Thursday, October 19, 2017

Mango Paving & Landscaping celebrate tenth year in business -

Wednesday, October 18, 2017

Two new species of ginger provide pretext for conservation -

Wednesday, October 18, 2017

Schiller at Saltex 2017 -

Wednesday, October 18, 2017

Winners of Amenity Sprayer Awards announced at 2017 Amenity Forum Conference -

Wednesday, October 18, 2017

Green funding boost from CSGN Development Fund -

Wednesday, October 18, 2017

Exploring accessible garden design in Japan and Singapore -

Tuesday, October 17, 2017

South Lanarkshire Park is Scotland’s best -

Tuesday, October 17, 2017

September issue – Pro Landscaper

September issue – Pro Landscaper

INFORM ■ Agenda: Are TV Gardening shows good or bad for the industry? ■ News: Our monthly roundup of industry news including the latest updates from the Parks Alliance, SGD, APL,BALI, RHS and efig ■ 30 under 30: How to enter this year’s 30 under 30: The Next Generation competition ■ FutureScape: All the information regarding Seminars can be found on the Seminar Programme ■ Let’s Hear It From: Steve Swatton from Swatton Landscapes ■ Back to the Future: How the spirit of Victorian parks movement is alive and well in the city of Birmingham ■ View From The Top: Phil Jones gives…

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August issue – Pro Landscaper

August issue – Pro Landscaper INFORM ■ Agenda: Is the curriculum covered by landscape courses at colleges producing high enough quality of landscape worker? ■News: Our monthly roundup of industry news including the latest updates from the Parks Alliance, SGD, APL,BALI, RHS and efig ■ 30 under 30: How to enter this year’s 30 under 30: The Next Generation competition ■FutureScape: All the information you need to know about this year’s event ■Let’s Hear It From: Chris Harrington and James Porter from Harrington Porter ■Power To The People: How Manchester City Council involves the city’s residents so closely in its planning for parks…

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Pro Landscaper’s London Supplement

London

Welcome to Pro Landscaper’s first London Supplement, which covers working in the landscape industry within the capital, and the vast and unique array of challenges and opportunities that come with it, from traffic and demanding customers to big budgets and inspiration. Pro Landscaper speaks to industry professionals including John Melmoe of Willerby Landscapes and John Wyer of Bowles & Wyer first-hand about the trials, tribulations, benefits and rewards of working in England’s capital. Head of Infrastructure development (EMEA) at Lendlease Claire Hebbes discusses the vital role and value of landscaping in London, its potential contributions to improving environmental stability and…

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July issue – Pro Landscaper

July issue – Pro Landscaper INFORM ■ Agenda: How do we improve the perceived value of landscaping in society? ■News: Our monthly roundup of industry news including the latest updates from the Parks Alliance, SGD, APL,BALI, RHS and efig ■ 30 under 30: This month we ask: Does technology have a place in landscaping? ■RHS Chelsea Flower Show: A pictorial review of the RHS Chelsea Flower Show ■30 under 30: The launch of 30 under 30 2016 ■Let’s Hear It From: Paul Downer from Oakview Landscapes ■How The West Was Won: Why Bristol’s green spaces helped make it European Green Capital 2016 ■Changing Chelsea: The…

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June issue – Pro Landscaper

June

June issue– Pro Landscaper INFORM ■ Agenda: Should councils charge organisations to use public parks? ■News: Our usual roundup of news over the past month including updates from all associations ■ 30 under 30: This month we ask: Does technology have a place in landscaping? ■ Let’s Hear It From: Acclaimed garden designer James Basson ■ View From The Top: Phil Jones asks whether charging for the use of public parks is justified INSPIRE ■ Portfolio: Paul Dracott gave a Cambridgeshire country garden an arts and crafts makeover ■ RHS Malvern Spring Festival: Medal-winning gardens from the show ■ London Stone: Find out more about our tour of…

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Pro Landscaper’s guide to the RHS Chelsea Flower Show

Chelsea

Welcome to our RHS Chelsea Flower Show supplement in association with CED Ltd. Our 36-page supplement includes an exclusive interview with show manager Tom  Harfleet, a feature celebrating Mark Gregory’s 150th show garden, and everything you need to know about this year’s gardens. It also includes our choice of the main highlights this year, a sneak preview by Jamie Butterworth of the plants he’s growing for Chelsea, and our own insightful guide to the RHS judging process. We would like to take the time to wish everyone involved the best of luck with their gardens and we hope to see…

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May issue– Pro Landscaper

May issue– Pro Landscaper INFORM ■ Agenda: Is there enough recognition for landscapers at RHS Chelsea? ■News: Our usual roundup of news over the past month including updates from all associations ■ Creating A New Leadership: Sue Ireland responds to Phil Jones’ March View From The Top column ■ 30 under 30: This month we ask: Is the RHS Chelsea Flower Show good for our industry? ■ Let’s Hear It From: Award-winning Matthew Keightley ■ View From The Top: A few top players have always dominated the grounds maintenance industry. Consolidation will be an ongoing challenge, says Phil Jones INSPIRE…

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April issue – Pro Landscaper

April issue – Pro Landscaper INFORM ■ Agenda: Are we doing enough to celebrate Capability Brown? ■ APL Awards: A rundown of the winners from the APL awards ■ News Shed: A round up of industry news ■ Association News: The latest news from BALI, efig, the APL, the Parks Alliance, RHS and the SGD ■ 30 under 30: This month we ask “What would your advice be to young people new to the industry?” ■ Let’s Hear It From: Marcus Watson of Ground Control ■ View From The Top: With the European Union referendum looming, Phil Jones discusses the…

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March issue – Pro Landscaper

March issue – Pro Landscaper This month you may notice some exciting changes within Pro Landscaper magazine. We have decided to split the magazine into four sections, INFORM, INSPIRE, NUTURE and EDUCATE, as well as introducing some exciting new features. We would really love to hear your feedback on the new changes so please let us know your thoughts by emailing us at editor@pro-landscaper.co.uk or alternatively tweet us @ProLandscaperJW INFORM ■ Agenda: Is the Garden Bridge good for our industry? ■ SGD Awards: A rundown of the winners from the prestigious SGD awards ■ News Shed: A round up of…

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February issue – Pro Landscaper

February issue – Pro Landscaper ■ News Shed: A round up of industry news ■ Association News: Parks Alliance researches membership models ■ Opinion: Landscapers need to be realistic with developers about timescales, says David Dodd ■Business Tips: Adam White talks from experience about establishing a landscape design business ■Technical: Anji Connell explores how sculpture can add interest and structure to any outdoor space and says choice of material and positioning are fundamental concerns ■Let’s Hear It From: Tim Howell of Mitie Landscapes ■Portfolios: A renovated 19th century cottage is given a modern family friendly garden by Aralia ■Nursery: New…

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