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Winners announced for the Pro Landscaper Business Awards 2024

Winners announced for the Pro Landscaper Business Awards 2024

The winners for this year’s Pro Landscaper Business Awards, in association with Caribbean Blinds have been announced at a ceremony in London. Today, at Old Billingsgate in London, companies across the sector came together to celebrate this year’s esteemed winners and the supreme champion. The Pro Landscaper Business Awards are the only industry...

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George Davies Turf acquires Landscape Supplies Herts

George Davies Turf acquires Landscape Supplies Herts

Landscape Suppliers Herts, formally known as St Albans Stone, has been acquired by wholesale building supplier, George Davies Turf (GDT). Based in London Colney and founded in 2002, Landscape Suppliers Herts is known for its importation and selling of natural stone products, as well as providing a range of landscaping materials including...

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HTA urges government to consider UK growers when discussing peat ban

HTA urges government to consider UK growers when discussing peat ban

The Horticultural Trades Association (HTA) is imploring the UK government to give in-depth consideration to the UK’s growers when discussing the ban on peat. Parliament met on Tuesday 16 April to discuss the prohibition of the sale of peat products, whereby Theresea Villiers MP put forward a Ten-Minute Rule Motion. Fran Barnes, chief executive of...

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Plant Heritage seeks donations for vital plant conservation work

Plant Heritage seeks donations for vital plant conservation work

Between 18 - 25 April, conservation charity, Plant Heritage, is calling for members of the public to support its ongoing plant conservation work as part of the Big Give’s Green Match Fund campaign. This year’s campaign is focused on environmental issues and solutions, highlighting the pivotal role plants play in tackling the biodiversity and...

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Sculpture by the Lakes bolsters gardening team

Sculpture by the Lakes bolsters gardening team

Dorset’s acclaimed sculpture park and accredited botanic garden, Sculpture by the Lakes, has welcomed two new gardeners to its team. Bob Burstow, formerly of the Eden Project and the National Botanic Garden of Wales, has joined the team as senior horticulturist. Burstow, who was trained by the Professional Gardeners’ Guild, will head up the...

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Join Kew Gardens for its fifth Community Open Week

Join Kew Gardens for its fifth Community Open Week

Kew Gardens is inviting community groups and individuals who face barriers to visiting to sign up for this year’s Community Open Week. Providing free taster sessions of Kew’s Community Access and Learning Programmes, this year’s theme is Networks, featuring workshops, talks and games across five days. Events include a talk on the mycelium...

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Takeaways from the Marshalls Roadshows 2024

Takeaways from the Marshalls Roadshows 2024

Landscapers from across the UK joined Marshalls to get a sneak peek of the manufacturer’s upcoming products and crown the regional winners of the Marshalls Register Awards. At the event, attendees got an exclusive look at new products including Modal X, a carbon-reduced alternative to granite paving, plus upcoming paving products. Tools suppliers...

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Land Studio to deliver “nature-led” project on the Welsh coast

Land Studio to deliver “nature-led” project on the Welsh coast

Land Studio is partnering with Gwynedd Council to deliver a new design for the public realm space at the Viaduct Gardens in Barmouth, mid Wales. The Chester based studio’s plans will look to alleviate historic flooding issues through the use of open and covered SuDs systems. Surface water collected will be retained in new coastal themed planting...

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Nature needs a lifeline, says new Campaign for National Parks report

Nature needs a lifeline, says new Campaign for National Parks report

New report finds national parks across England and Wales are struggling to restore nature as a result of insufficient funding and outdated design. National parks currently cover 10% of England and 20% of Wales, but only 6% of their combined land coverage is being effectively managed for nature, according to the Campaign for National Parks’ (CNP)...

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Crocus bids farewell to the Chelsea Flower Show

Crocus bids farewell to the Chelsea Flower Show

Long standing supplier and landscaper for the RHS Chelsea Flower Show, Crocus, has today announced to Gardens Illustrated that it will be stepping back after this year’s upcoming show. Since its founding in 2000 by Mark Fane and Peter Clay, Crocus has been a staple at Chelsea, supplying plants and building gardens for the last 22 shows. Fane...

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EGO expands its ride-on range with new tractor mowers

EGO expands its ride-on range with new tractor mowers

Following the success of its zero-turn mowers, battery-powered outdoor equipment manufacturer, EGO Power Plus is expanding its ride-on range with two new tractor mowers. The twin-blade tractor mowers utilise up to six EGO ARC Lithium™ 56V portable batteries, offering the same power and performance as a petrol counterpart.  Group product director...

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