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12 Days of Christmas – July 2019

With climate change potentially influencing droughts and floods, Katja Griffiths talks with us about how the landscape industry can help prepare gardens for these extreme conditions. (Page 30)

We also catch up with monthly contributor Holly Youde, about pricing and how as an industry, we need to be giving ourselves more value and how we tackle such issues. (Page 28)

In the July issue of Pro Landscaper announced the launch of the Future Landscape Conference, London 2019.

Set to be an important new conference for the commercial landscaping sector. With a range of quality speakers, the new event was set to challenge, debate and questions some of the most vital issues within the landscaping industry. (Page 52)

Recapping the RHS Hampton Court show, we chat with a handful of the designers and the concept behind their designs and features. (Page 57)

The advancement in VR has taken off in recent years, in July, Luke Mills explains how VR is transforming design proposals into 3D experiences.

“It’s such a positive and enjoyable experience for the designer and the client to immerse yourself in the virtual world”. (Page 89)

With the conversation surrounding mental health opening, this month we investigate mental health within the industry, specifically men’s’ mental health. We look at the policy’s landscaping companies have in place regarding mental health and what we can all be doing to help the matter. (Page 97)

2019 marked the 100-year anniversary of Gavin Jones, a truly amazing accomplishment.

The Gavin Jones supplement landed with readers in July, with a history stretching back to the end of WW1, we look at how the business has developed over the past century.

The very first Pro Landscaper Equipment supplement was also received by readers.

The idea of the guide was to showcase not only a range of products, but also provide views from a variety of professionals on what makes outstanding kit.

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