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May issue – Pro Landscaper

It’s been a fantastic issue for Pro Landscaper, meeting numerous big names in the industry. Below we’ve listed a round up of the features, people and projects that are truly unmissable;



Agenda: Are mergers and acquisitions good for the industry?

Pro Landscaper LIVE – A report on the great successes in Bristol and Guildford

Chelsea Diaries – Ed Burnham and Robert Baker share their Chelsea debut plans

30 Under 30: The Launch – Applications open for 2018

What Next? – Andrew Wilson considers the importance of maintenance



Grey Matter – Cube 1994 uses cool tones to revive a traditional courtyard

Elevated Style – Anji Connell rounds off her two-part series stylish products and ideas for balconies

Life/Style – Jack Lock of Bowles & Wyer talks work and play

10 Years of Nurture Landscapes – Reflecting on a decade of business for Nurture Landscapes

Water Features – Four inspiring projects making use of water in their own ways



Designer Plants – Hannah Genders creates a planting scheme for an eco-home

Tropical Touch – Andy McIndoe suggests bold foliage as the weather warms up

Stealing the Show – Jamie Butterworth ranks his favourite plants from last year’s RHS Chelsea

Living Walls – Three projects which aim to tackle pollution with living walls

Nursery Visit – Tendercare



Pro Landscaper Business Awards: Winner Profile – Glendale

Helping You Make A Profit – Sam Hassall derives a formula for planting costs

Nerves of Steel – Sean Butler offers tips on the placement of steel reinforcements

Arb Kit – A groundbreaking new product from Stihl features

Site Visit – CORE Landscape Products


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