June welcomed the biggest redesign in the history of Pro Landscaper.
The well-known blue and green design was replaced by a sleek and sophisticated black and white layout. The new model welcomed a new logo, typeface and paper size.
Award-winning landscapers, Blakedown Landscapes celebrated 50 years in business, in June we caught up with them to review the companies ongoing success. (Page 17)
Adam White, President of The Landscape Institute, spoke with us about the companies new biosecurity toolkit for landscape professionals, which was developed in partnership with SGD, BALI and APL.
“The toolkit presents a milestone in collaborative working in the landscape sector” (Page 31)
For this months out and about feature, we visited Highclere Castle. A site made famous by the renowned Downton Abbey.
The current Lord Carnarvon and Eighth George Herbert fills us in on its rich history and future plans. (Page 39)
Contributor Anji Connell discusses the decline of green front garden areas and provides alternative solutions to simply having a concrete driveway.
“The loss of our front gardens not only impacts the aesthetics of our homes, but can also inflict significant damage on our communities and environment”. (Page 58)
We also peek into what to expect from the RHS Chatsworth Flower Show 2019.
With the theme of this year’s event centring around the five senses of horticulture, we talk about the gardens which aren’t to miss. (Page 61)