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June issue – Pro Landscaper


  • Agenda: How can we encourage seasonal workers to remain in the industry?
  • News: A monthly summary of the latest industry news from the RHS Chelsea Flower Show, Nurture Landscapes, Young Horticulturist of the Year, Royal Parks, Etesia UK and TD Green Streets
  • efig Awards 2017: A look at the winners from this years efig Leaf Award ceremony
  • RHS Chelsea Flower Show: Celebrating the spectacular medal-winning gardens at this year’s festival
  • The Chelsea Diaries: Designer Manoj Malde and contractor Dan Riddleston will be keeping Pro Landscaper in the loop as they each prepare for their Chelsea 2017 gardens
  • The search is on: 30 under 30 The Next Generation returns for 2017
  • Let’s Hear it From: Tony Hewitt
  • Company Profile: Crown Group Holdings
  • Landscape Architect’s Journal: ARUP
  • View from the Top: Nick Temple-Heald makes a plea for a more positive outlook by our industry
  • The Great Divide: Andrew Wilson looks at the drift away from vocational programmes towards money grabbing but ultimately dull and unrewarding careers
  • Wildest Dreams: Adam White gives us a sneak preview of his garden for RHS Hampton Court Flower Show
  • A perfect confection: Pro Landscaper takes a trip to York to explore its unique, multi-faceted parks offer


  • Sea Change: Portfolio looking at the successful refurbishment by Idverde of patient courtyards at Wythenshawe Hospital in Manchester
  • Wild at Heart: Intelligent design from David Keegan turns a Salford garden into a buzzing insect haven
  • Ahead of the Curve: Portfolio showcasing an innovative winding path leading to an idyllic lakeside setting in a rural Cheshire garden designed by Joanne Willcocks
  • Say hello to RHS Chatsworth Flower Show: Pro Landscaper talks to Sue Biggs, director general of the RHS, to find out why the new show came about and what to look for at the event
  • Living Walls: Pro Landscaper takes a look at a selection of inspiring and innovative living walls


  • Nurture News: A summary of all the latest news including the successful completion by Johnsons of Whixley of the Transport Scotland project, Hillier’s support for The Silver Line charity and the announcement of SoilsCon 2017
  • Designer Plants: James Scott designs a garden in the Chilterns for a retired couple looking to enjoy their outdoor space
  • Miniature Heroes: Ian Drummond suggests a way to bring the summery scent of roses indoors
  • Glyphosate: James Hewetson-Brown looks at glyphosate with wildflower, biodiversity and wildlife in mind
  • Nursery Interview: Pro Landscaper spoke to Nigel Noyce, site manager at Shallowmead Nurseries about the continuous development of the site and plans for future growth in its 70th year anniversary


  • Target Audience: Ben Shaw, national account director at Adtrak, dispenses tips on how to make sure your website can be found amidst all the competition online
  • Glow for Gold: Robert Webber discusses how to get the right garden lighting for your client
  • Knowing the Law: In the second part of his series on laws that affect landscapers, Sean Butler focuses his attention on hedges, fences and walls
  • Communicating the Problem: In his final article on ethical sourcing, Steven Walley, managing director of London Stone, looks at the role landscapers and designers can play in bringing about change
  • Site Visit: Pro Landscaper visits Oxfordshire’s Stoneworld to find out about the company’s expansion and investment over the years
  • Top tips for installing Garden Buildings: Five garden designers offer their best advice for designing and installing the perfect outdoor building
  • Book Review: Pro Landscaper takes a look at four of the latest book releases from the industry
  • Look out For: Jake Curley, 25, was a finalist for RHS Young Designer of the Year 2017


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