November Issue – Pro Landscaper
■ Agenda: Do you think the apprenticeship levy will benefit the landscaping sector?
■ News: Our monthly roundup of industry news including the latest updates from efig, SGD, BALI, RHS, Parks Alliance and APL.
■ Let’s Hear It From: Nigel Bowcock of Acre Landscapes.
■ View From The Top: Phil Jones warns of the disgruntled employee, who projects his or her discontent not to the employer but to the customer.
■ Hort Couture?: Andrew Wilson explores the education of gardeners vs. garden designers, and asks: can one really do the others work without further training?
■ State of Nature: Lesley Malone on how landscaping can improve the outlook on nature.
■ Arch Angel: An angled front courtyard turned into a quirky space by London Garden Designer.
■ High and Mighty: Paul Newman Landscapes created a classy relaxation space on a London roof terrace.
■ Return to Nature: Anji Connell considers the ‘swimming pond’ as an alternative to chlorinated pools.
■ Inside Location Landscapes: A closer look into Location Landscapes with managing director Charles Blumein.
■ Nursery news: A roundup of news from the UK’s growing sector.
■ Designer Plants: Robert Barker talks through his planting scheme for a modern family garden in Chiswick.
■ Personal Preference: Jamie Butterworth shares his all-time most beloved plants.
■ Double Dutch: How Brexit could affect our relationship with Dutch growers, explained by Noel Kingsbury.
■ Forest Edge Nurseries: Pro Landscaper visits Forest Edge Nurseries to find out why it specialises in heather.
■ Fire in the Garden: The best ways to incorporate fire’s ethereal aesthetic into the garden, from Sean Butler.
■ Little Interview: Quick-fire questions to the industry
■What I’m Reading: Butter Wakefield reviews Meadows at Great Dixter and Beyond by Christopher Lloyd.
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