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January issue – Pro Landscaper


Agenda: The government plans to build 300,000 new homes a year. Will this have a positive impact on the landscape industry?

FutureScape: We run through the seminars and panel debates from this year’s event

BALI Awards: All the winners from 2018’s BALI National Landscape Awards

Let’s Hear It From: Garden designer and SGD Chair Sarah Morgan

View From The Top: A businesses success depends on developing staff, says Marcus Watson

Winning Ways: Adam White reports back from the recent Landscape Institute Awards 2017



Renaissance Art: An extensive restoration reinstates the splendour of a 16th century Italian villa

Glow all Out: The high-end Chelsea Creek development brings ambition and luxury to central London

Grey Matter: Creating the perfect contemporary garden for a modern West Sussex home

Picture This: Anji Connell examines the influence of Instagram on the landscaping trends of 2018



Designer Plants: Rae Wilkinson adds structure and texture to a rural garden

Pest Interests: Neil Huck takes stock of the EU’s decision to reauthorise glyphosate use

Party Time: Jamie Butterworth suggests plants for adding a festive touch garden

Cover Story: It’s worth considering sedges as groundcover, says Noel Kingsbury

Nursery Factfile: We profile Provender Nurseries



Next Steps: Jeff Stephenson explains why garden designers need to keep maintenance in mind

Changing Landscape: New technology is transforming the way businesses communicate, says Peter Wilder

Pressing Play: Caroline Wade sets out her beginner’s guide to public relations

What I’m Reading: Jackie Herald reviews four landscape and horticulture reads

What’s Your Role: Hannah Button, botanical horticulturist at Kew

Trading With: Outdoor Design

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