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Top gardeners take home prestigious awards at BBC Gardeners’ World Live

Back and as big as ever, BBC Gardeners’ World Live has kicked off its four-day garden-extravaganza at Birmingham’s NEC with the announcement of the ‘Best in Show’ award winners. The prestigious awards showcase the top gardens, designs and landscaping with winners across a number of categories, including Best Show Garden, Best Beautiful Border and Best Construction Landscaper. The accolade …

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Turfgrass Growers Association Demonstration Day 2022

The Turfgrass Growers Association have announce that the Turfgrass Summer Show is returning for 2022. Following on from the success of the 2020 event, we are pleased to now announce the date for this year’s event Thursday 28th July. Turffit have very kindly offered to host the 2022 event. We are looking forward to welcoming …

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New Homes England 2021-22 housebuilding statistics revealed

Housing programmes delivered by Homes England resulted in 38,436 new houses starting on-site and 37,164 houses completed between 1 April 2021 and 31 March 2022, as the sector began to recover from the Covid-19 pandemic. Proportion of affordable homes started and completed was up on the previous year Increase in both starts and completions a …

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HLM expands its landscape team

June 2022 – HLM Architects has strengthened its award-winning Landscape Architecture team with several new appointments of landscape architects. Joining the practice are Andrew McHenry as a Senior Landscape Architect, Conrad Clayden as Landscape Architect, and Victoria Tantum, Stephy Liu, and Alex Flynn in the role of Assistant Landscape Architect. Andrew has over nine years …

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GreenBlue Urban – Celebrates 30 Years!

Join us in Manchester or London to Celebrate 30 Years! The last 30 years have been an astonishing journey – from a small one-man business operating from a domestic garage to today’s highly organised efficient operation, centred near Hastings and distributing to over 30 different countries. This growth has been driven by a desire to …

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Four things to consider before starting your landscaping business

Landscaping is a lucrative business to enter, especially at a time of year when more UK households are beginning to think about their outdoor spaces. But starting up any new business, let alone a landscaping one, can be a costly endeavour. In terms of landscaping, the costs of starting up are estimated to be between …

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Green-tech launch Landscape Spotlight Competition
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Best-Kept Secrets Successful Land Developers Swear By

Buying and selling real estate is a high-profit venture. Whether you build from scratch or renovate properties, resale margins may be massive. Not surprisingly, countless land developers strike gold sooner than later. But the domain is rife with risks, and you may also lose if you fail to weigh the implications of your decisions. A little …

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Husqvarna expands Power for All Alliance partnership

Husqvarna Group’s largest division, Husqvarna Forest & Garden, is now joining the Power for All Alliance with selected products. The alliance, founded by Bosch and Husqvarna Group through its Gardena division in 2020, is one of the world´s largest cross-brand battery alliances, enabling consumers to use the same battery for multiple devices in and around their home …

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Tobermore opens new £8.6M factory to expand production
Paving and walling manufacturer, Tobermore has announced the opening of its new £8.6 million production facility which will enable it to further scale up production to meet the demand for its products. It will facilitate the increased production of high-demand products including Braemar, Mayfair, Beaufort, Textured, Riven, and Classica Flags. This will ensure Tobermore can continue to proudly meet the growing demand for its products ensuring all its paving flags are in stock with zero lead times. Tobermore... more
Ecologically focussed landscape design for Stratford-on-Avon riverside park

Midlands-based landscape practice Design with Nature has produced a sustainable and biodiversity-focused landscape masterplan for Stratford-on-Avon’s new riverside park, which is currently under construction.

The £2m project, funded by the Coventry & Warwickshire’s Local Enterprise Partnership, covers a 1km stretch alongside the River Avon that runs right through the middle of Stratford-on-Avon. The project includes both the more formal recreation ground as well as the extensive semi-natural County

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Beautiful guide to growing flowers from award-winning Wolves Lane Flower Company duo
Camila Romain and Marianne Mogendorff are the founders of Wolves Lane Flower Company, a micro flower farm in north London. The duo are on a mission to inspire everyone to have The post Beautiful guide to growing flowers from award-winning Wolves Lane Flower Company duo appeared first on Pro Landscaper Magazine.
Mentoring the next generation
Gareth Wilson is building The Covid Recovery Garden at the RHS Tatton Flower Show for garden designer Rachel Platt. To set the scene, the garden is a dam designed for patients who are recovering from long COVID. Gareth says: ‘Hospitals are not the best places to be, and we hope for them to relax and have something to look forward to seeing.’ The garden will be a tranquil space.” The concept was not chosen by Gareth or Mitchell. The concept for the Covid Recovering Garden was not decided by Gareth and Mitchell.... more
Perennial joins with wholesale nurseries to launch new ‘Plant for Perennial’ promotion

Perennial, the charity for people in horticulture, is launching a new promotion called ‘Plants for Perennial’ in collaboration with three major wholesale nurseries – Allensmore Nurseries, The Bransford Webbs Plant Company and Wyevale Nurseries. The scheme will generate funds for the charity through a proportion of plant sales. During these unprecedented times, Perennial’s services have …

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Perennial develops ‘Support for Families’ programme amid rising cost of living
Perennial, the charity for people working in horticulture, has developed its ‘Support for Families’ programme. The programme has been developed in response to the rising cost of living – with food, fuel and other essentials surging in recent months. Families can miss out on support that is available to them from free school meals, getting support during school holidays, help with school uniform and benefits.
MEDITE SMARTPLY donates medal winning Chelsea garden to charity

Following on from the hugely successful RHS Chelsea Flower Show, the entirety of the award-winning MEDITE SMARTPLY Building the Future garden will be reused, with a large part being donated to Andover Trees United, a volunteer-led environmental charity that works closely with schools and local authorities. The charity’s evolving woodland site ‘Harmony Woods’ represents a …

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World Green Roof Day 2022 celebrated globally
More than 60 countries celebrated the official World Green Roof Day, which is now in its third year. The annual celebration was founded in the UK in 2020, but this year was celebrated across the globe, from Brazil to New Zealand and Norway to South Africa. Typically taking place on 6 June, some of the highlights this year include: Dakakker celebrating 10 years of growing, the YMCA Milton Keynes launching its new green rooftop to its staff and residents, and the launch of LEGO instructions for a green roof bus... more
HS2 starts work on first ‘Green Tunnel’
HS2 on Friday 10th June announced the start of construction at the site of its first 'green tunnel', designed to blend the high-speed railway into the landscape and reduce disruption for communities. Unlike a normal underground tunnel, the one-and-a-half mile Chipping Warden green tunnel in Northamptonshire is being built on the surface using a pioneering off-site manufacturing approach to speed up construction and improve efficiency. Chipping Warden is one of five 'green tunnels' that are being built on phase... more
Sissinghurst Castle Garden launches prestigious new horticulture scholarship
World-renowned garden launches prestigious new horticulture scholarship, the National Trust's firstPractical programme will teach already experienced gardeners to be the best in their craft, with tuition from Head Gardener, Troy Scott Smith and teamTrust says scholarship will help address horticulture skills shortage, provide exciting career paths and create tomorrow's leading Head GardenersScholarship adds another layer to Trust's investment in horticulture education, alongside apprenticeship scheme Sissinghurst... more
Green-tech takes advantage of Rain Bird Academy training
The course was held at Green-tech’s headquarters in Arkendale near Harrogate in Spring 2022. The two-day training programme covered Concepts and Techniques for Designing A State of the Art Irrigation System and The Selection and Adjustment ofIrrigation Equipment. There are over 40 courses or workshops available. They are all taught by certified trainers and undergo regular updates to ensure classes contain the most current and relevant information. The courses are taught by Certified trainers.
The search for UK’s favourite parks returns for 2022
Fields in Trust - the independent charity that has been protecting parks and green spaces for almost 100 years - has announced that its search for the UK's Favourite Parks is back this summer and is calling upon the nation to get nominating now! The hugely popular campaign has returned for the first time since 2019 and will shine a light on the green spaces that hold a special place in our hearts. Having acted as sanctuary to so many over the past few years, Fields in Trust is bringing back the campaign to find... more
Plans submitted for a Unique Net Zero Carbon Community in the UK
A planning application has been submitted by Milton Keynes based Planning Consultants, Smith Jenkins, for an exemplar net zero carbon and zero fossil fuel community in Bedfordshire, the largest known of its kind in the UK. The application seeks to create a sustainable new settlement, known as Greenwoods, between Bedford and Luton, which will benefit from an on-site solar PV park and over 100 hectares of landscaped public open space. The proposals will establish an important precedent for the new national Future... more
Husqvarna CEORA™ arrives with first customers

HUSQVARNA announces the arrival of CEORA™ with its first customers, offering a brand-new solution for commercial turf care management in the UK. Husqvarna CEORA™ can independently mow an area of up to 75,000m² (the equivalent of up to eight football pitches) day or night, significantly reducing overall costs by approximately 30%, improving the quality of the turf and allowing staff …

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Five environmental issues developers should consider before selling
Land developers make massive profits on property deals, but not all of them turn out to be lucrative. Potential environmental issues are among the leading causes of failure of real estate deals as buyers may want to pay less, renegotiate the terms, or give up on the deal altogether. A little effort to resolve the environmental issues can prevent delays, cut the risk of re-negotiation, and ensure more favourable offers in the long run. The best way to solve these issues. For example, remove waste and remove waste.... more
Installing artificial grass?
Dutch artificial grass manufacturer Royal Grass® is the only manufacturer that truly imitates nature. Each blade has a unique, patented V-shape which, when combined with a reinforced backbone, ensures it stands upright. And Micro Nerve Technology gives its products the natural glow of real grass. They also meet exacting European safety standards (EN71-3) making them entirely safe for children and pets. No rubber crumb is used during installation. The full Royal Grass®, collection covers every landscape scenario.... more
House price growth slows in March
The latest house price data published by HM Land Registry for March 2022 has shown that average house prices in the UK increased by 9.8% in the year to March 2022, down from 11.3% in the year to February 2022. March 2022 saw UK house price growth slow to 9.8% Annual house price rates of change for all dwellings, UK, January 2006 to March 2022 Because of the impact of COVID-19 on both the number and supply of housing transactions, we might see larger revisions to the published UK House Price Index estimates than... more
UK Landscape Barometer: March findings
The Russian-Ukraine war is having detrimental effects across Europe, and the cost of food, petrol, and day-to-day living is increasing immensely. Some commercial and design and build companies have managed to recruit more staff. The UK Landscape Barometer key highlights included: On average Turnover increased by 21%Enquiries increased by 25%Conversion rates rose by 5%. The average lead time was five months. Overall, nurseries saw an increase of 23% in turnover, and 13 % in quotes. A strong 60% of participants... more
A beginner’s guide to landscaping: What to consider when designing your garden
Since the start of the pandemic and the first lockdown in 2020, we are increasingly treating our gardens as extensions of our homes. Your garden should reflect your personality, cater to your needs and fully utilise the space’s potential. Each area within your garden should be specifically designed to fulfil its dedicated purpose. Adding plants and materials through specific structural elements such as screens, frames, frames and pivot points will add colour and texture.
Pro Landscaper LIVE 2022
Pro Landscaper LIVE 2022 is taking to the road to help educate, inform, and inspire those working the landscaping industry in Cheshire and Birmingham. Much like the previous Pro Landscaper LIVE events, the afternoon will include a welcome lunch with the exhibitors at 12:30pm, before we head into a number of topical seminars with some of the most influential landscapers, garden designers, and suppliers within the landscape sector. We know not everyone is able to make it to the FutureScape events, and that's why... more
London school buzzing after winning Chelsea Flower Show bee garden
Over two thousand inner London schools were invited to apply to rehome the BBC Studios Our Green Planet and RHS Bee Garden, designed by RHS gold medal winning garden designer and presenter Joe Swift. The bee garden will take pride of place near the school entrance for everyone to see, replacing old decking and some grassy plots. The garden, with an eye-catching design centred around the silhouette of a bee's wing, aims to inspire people to consider the needs of pollinators, especially bees, when they are choosing... more
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