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December issue – Pro Landscaper


  • Agenda: How much value can business consultants add to a company?
  • idverde: A New Chapter: We speak to outgoing chairman Nick Temple-Heald and his replacement, Doug Graham
  • ScotHort: Looking back on this year’s event
  • FutureScape: All the highlights from FutureScape 2017
  • Let’s Hear it From: Jody Lidgard of Bespoke Outdoor Spaces
  • View from the Top: As he steps down, Nick Temple-Heald reflects on succession planning
  • Changing With the Seasons: How Oldham is using its green spaces to move on from its industrial heritage


  • Breathing Space: Show garden style comes to a tiny back garden in Wiltshire, with impressive results
  • Not Just For Show: The relocation of the IQ Quarry Garden from the RHS Chatsworth Flower Show
  • Shed Some Light: Anji Connell takes a look at the latest innovations in outdoor solar lighting
  • Pro Landscaper Most Influential: A rundown of the most influential players working in landscaping and horticulture – as selected by Pro Landscaper’s very own readers


  • SoilsCon: We report back from this year’s edition of the SoilsCon event
  • Report: Xlella fastidiosa: Pro Landscaper’s in-depth report asks industry experts what should be done to prevent the disease reaching the UK
  • Designer Plants: Colour is at the heart of Tom Massey’s scheme for the charity Perennial
  • Think Pink: Poinsettias don’t always have to be red, says Ian Drummond
  • Nursery Interview: Talking business with Southport-based nursery J.A. Jones


  • Light Years Ahead: Advice from Robert Webber on planning a lighting scheme that won’t ruin the natural beauty of the night sky
  • New Products: Rounding up some of the best new products hitting the market in 2018
  • Product DNA: Taking a closer look at the Makita CP100D CXT Multi Cutter
  • Winter Maintenance: Tips to help you prepare for the colder months, plus our pick of the best winter maintenance products
  • Book Review: Three books for the landscaping and horticultural community
  • Look Out For: Thomas Campbell, principal arboricultural officer for Hackney Council

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