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Thinking outside the box – 5 alternative routes for recruitment

Thinking outside the box – 5 alternative routes for recruitment

National Careers Week has so far highlighted the seemingly overwhelming skills shortage across the industry, but there are several alternative routes for recruitment that might be worth exploring to help tackle this. By thinking outside the box, there are more and more opportunities for starting a career in the horticulture industry that might...

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How Quality & Service Ltd is working with nature

How Quality & Service Ltd is working with nature

Quality and Service (Q&S) Ltd is striving to become “the landscape service provider of choice” but without compromising on its environmentally friendly approach. The privately-owned company works without the use of chemicals, implementing sustainable, biodiverse rich working practices that “aim to challenge the status quo.” With the wholesale...

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30 Under 30 – A catch up with Jordan Webster

30 Under 30 – A catch up with Jordan Webster

Jordan Webster made himself known as part of the 2018 class of Pro Landscaper's 30 Under 30: The Next Generation, which is sponsored by Green-tech, a company where he has spent the last decade working his way up to his new position of sales manager. Having recently celebrated his 10-year anniversary at the company, the former key account manager...

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The history behind the living wall

The history behind the living wall

Commemorating the birth of its creator, #InternationalGreenWallDay takes place on 15 February. It's when the industry comes together to celebrate the accomplishments and potential that living walls can present. Invented in 1938 by landscape architect, Stanley Hart White, the living wall continues to be an evolving feature throughout the urban...

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Top 7 most romantic gardens

Top 7 most romantic gardens

To celebrate Valentine's Day, Pro Landscaper highlights the top seven most romantic gardens across the UK. Stourhead Garden, Wiltshire The 1,072ha estate is located at the source of the river Stour in the southwest of the English countryside. First opened in the 1740s, Stourhead has been described as ‘a living work of art’, and with its...

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Surviving and thriving, an interview with Studio Knight Stokoe

Surviving and thriving, an interview with Studio Knight Stokoe

As Studio Knight Stokoe completes its first year in business, its clientele has jumped miles ahead of its expectations, taking on the first example of commercial roof gardens in the UK. A studio that designs things simply, beautifully, and with multifunctionality and long-term care in mind, Studio Knight Stokoe blends artisanal craft and...

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