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Eden Project turns to geothermal energy

Eden Project turns to geothermal energy

The Eden Project has turned to geothermal energy this winter in what it says is a major step in the organisation’s pathway to achieving net zero and realising its goal of becoming climate positive by 2030. For the first time in the UK since 1986, geothermal energy was used to heat the biomes, offices, and new plant nursery at the site in...

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Little Interviews Expanded – Jilayne Rickards

Little Interviews Expanded – Jilayne Rickards

Launched at FutureScape 2023, the Pro Landscaper Sustainability & Biodiversity Awards highlight the future of landscaping. These awards are on a mission to showcase the most important innovation and initiatives across the UK landscaping sector, from design, to construction, to product supply and manufacturing. We look for great stories of...

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Inspired to donate: The Stroke Association’s Garden for Recovery

Inspired to donate: The Stroke Association’s Garden for Recovery

Stroke survivor and garden designer Miria Harris has teamed up with the UK Stroke Association charity to bring the Stroke Association’s Garden for Recovery to life at the RHS Chelsea Flower Show. Having designed a peaceful, sensory space to support stroke recovery, “The Stroke Association’s Garden for Recovery aims to elevate the charity’s cause...

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Richard Claxton on the empowering benefits of gardening

Richard Claxton on the empowering benefits of gardening

As a GP, a keen gardener and a garden designer, Richard Claxton has long been aware of the benefits that come from gardening, and there’s arguably even more when done as part of a community. From helping people to overcome loneliness and isolation through to providing support and camaraderie, it presents an opportunity for those living with...

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Little Interviews Expanded – Sue Payne

Little Interviews Expanded – Sue Payne

Launched at FutureScape 2023, the Pro Landscaper Sustainability & Biodiversity Awards highlight the future of landscaping. These awards are on a mission to showcase the most important innovation and initiatives across the UK landscaping sector, from design, to construction, to product supply and manufacturing. We look for great stories of...

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George Davies Turf supports local schools for Wildflower Week

George Davies Turf supports local schools for Wildflower Week

Ahead of Wildflower Week 2024, which runs from 1 to 8 May, George Davies Turf has set out to deliver 20 rolls of wildflower turf to six schools across Hertfordshire and Buckinghamshire. The donated turf aims to enhance picnic, play, and forest school areas whilst also increasing biodiversity by restoring native ecosystems and providing an...

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Harry Holding launches new LDN Horticulture

Harry Holding launches new LDN Horticulture

Garden designer and Pro Landscaper's 30 Under 30: The Next Generation winner, Harry Holding has a new horticulture venture. LDN Horticulture is set to provide aftercare and garden maintenance services across London with its team of horticultural professionals. It aims to prioritise sustainability, working with ecologically sensitive practices...

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30 Under 30 – A catch up with Georgia Gilbert

30 Under 30 – A catch up with Georgia Gilbert

Georgia Gilbert is continually pushing herself to succeed. The 30 Under 30 winner was recently appointed as the wildflower technical manager at John Chambers Wildflower Seed, a brand supplied exclusively by Green-tech Ltd. Now with more responsibility within her role and the opportunity to be actively involved in industry events, Gilbert oversees...

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Garden designer Hana Leonard on Planet vs Plastics

Garden designer Hana Leonard on Planet vs Plastics

Horticulture is creating a “sea of plastic", says garden designer Hana Leonard - and it's not the only one. Greenpeace reckons nearly two billion pieces of plastic packaging are thrown away by UK households on a daily basis, after carrying out The Big Plastic Count in 2022.  Seeking to put this waste to good use, Leonard – director of Secrets of...

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9 top tips for balcony gardens according to Chelsea designers

9 top tips for balcony gardens according to Chelsea designers

Designed to showcase how size needn’t be an issue when it comes to creating a usable outdoor space, the Balcony and Container Gardens at the RHS Chelsea Flower Show aim to inspire urban dwellers who might have limited access to a garden.  Within the confines of a 5m x 2m space, designers will use a variety of planting schemes and techniques to...

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Discover the Stroke Association’s Garden for Recovery

Discover the Stroke Association’s Garden for Recovery

When garden designer Miria Harris suffered a stroke in 2019, this was only the beginning of her battle for survival. Left with the inability to speak or form words, Harris was scared that she was losing her mind; but despite a relatively quick return to her normal state, it was the stroke that led to the discovery of the hole in her heart that...

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Hiding beneath the mask, build an understanding of autism with Chelsea’s National Autistic Society Garden

Hiding beneath the mask, build an understanding of autism with Chelsea’s National Autistic Society Garden

Offering the industry an opportunity to break new ground as designers, landscapers, and architects – the RHS Chelsea Flower Show presents the enjoyment of the creative freedoms that are involved in making a show garden whilst also affording a chance to challenge the industry’s traditions and to push for innovation in sustainable design.  And with...

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