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  • LM150: Checking in with Larry Yaffa of Brilar July 1, 2020
    Larry Yaffa, CEO of Detroit-based Brilar, sits down with LM Senior Editor Abby Hart to talk about how […] The post LM150: Checking in with Larry Yaffa of Brilar appeared first on Landscape Management.
    Abby Hart
  • Sperber Landscape Cos. partners with Greenscapes June 30, 2020
    Sperber Landscape Cos. (SLC) expanded its presence in the Florida market with its newest addition: Greenscapes of Southwest […] The post Sperber Landscape Cos. partners with Greenscapes appeared first on Landscape Management.
    LM Staff
  • The Herring Group webinar recap: PPP Flexibility Act June 30, 2020
    Greg Herring, CEO of the Herring Group, recently hosted a webinar on the PPP flexibility act and how to apply for loan forgiveness. The post The Herring Group webinar recap: PPP Flexibility Act appeared first on Landscape Management.
    Seth Jones
  • Diversity is good for the landscape industry June 30, 2020
    With the recent coverage on issues of social injustice, the question that comes to my mind for our […] The post Diversity is good for the landscape industry appeared first on Landscape Management.
    Jeffrey Scott
  • People on the Move: Updates from Ruppert Landscape, SavATree and more June 29, 2020
    Promotions and hirings from green industry companies, including Ruppert Landscape, SavATree, Hisun Motor Corp. and Kohler Engines. The post People on the Move: Updates from Ruppert Landscape, SavATree and more appeared first on Landscape Management.
    Sarah Webb

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  • National Plants at Work Week encourages houseplants in home offices July 13, 2020
    This year’s National Plants at Work Week, from 13-17 July, will be focusing on those who have struggled over the last few months. This includes concern around catching COVID-19 and fears over job security. both of which can put a strain on a person’s mental health. Several studies have shown that houseplants help to reduce […]
    Nina Mason
  • Green recovery at the heart of this year’s Bees’ Needs Week July 13, 2020
    The Defra-coordinated annual Bees’ Needs Week is now underway, with an online launch to highlight what everyone can be doing at home to care for pollinators. Bees and other pollinators play a crucial role in food production and agriculture – they contribute the equivalent of more than £500 million a year to UK agriculture and […]
    Nina Mason
  • New Chiswick Flower Market to open in September July 13, 2020
    A group of West London residents are setting up a flower market in Chiswick, which will be the first new open-air market selling just plants and horticultural accessories to be created in London for 150 years. The flower marker will open its doors to the public for the first time on Sunday 6 September. “We […]
    Nina Mason
  • Wildflowers for The Queen – a celebration of wildflower meadows July 12, 2020
    Famed for his portraits of Her Majesty The Queen and the Dalai Lama, Hugo Rittson-Thomas celebrates a very different cultural icon in his new book: the wildflower meadow.  In partnership with conservation charity Plantlife, and with a foreword by their patron HRH The Prince of Wales, Wildflowers for The Queen, by fine-art photographer Hugo Rittson-Thomas, […]
    Rachael Forsyth
  • RHS teams up with University of Oxford on plant data project July 11, 2020
    The Royal Horticultural Society (RHS) has embarked on a new project with the University of Oxford to make information about plants more readily available to everyone with an interest in gardens and garden plants. In conjunction with Denis Filer and Andrew Liddell at Oxford University’s Department of Plant Sciences, the RHS has developed a novel […]
    Nina Mason
  • Earthwatch launches new platform to protect UK biodiversity July 10, 2020
    Environmental charity Earthwatch Europe has launched a new digital platform to support community wildlife project Naturehood. Designed to develop a network of thousands of local people who each do tiny actions for nature in their neighbourhoods, the aim is to create a tapestry of habitats that, combined on a national basis, will help protect and increase biodiversity in the UK. In March, days before lockdown, Earthwatch created the UK’s first tiny forest, an area the size of a tennis court planted with 600 different native trees, […]
    Nina Mason
  • Johnsons of Whixley creates extra growing capacity July 10, 2020
    Johnsons of Whixley has created more than 5000 sqm of additional bed space for plants of the future at two of its nursery sites located In Kirk Hammerton and Roecliffe, North Yorkshire. Johnsons, one of the largest commercial plant suppliers to both the landscape and garden centre sectors in the UK, has increased its production […]
    Nina Mason
  • Green-tech is a major supplier to new Leeds Skelton Lake M1 Services July 9, 2020
    A £60m Leeds Skelton Lake Services on Junction 45 of the M1 has been completed during the COVID-19 Pandemic. The innovative new service station includes a business centre, food and beverage outlets and landscaped areas. A visitor area with a lakeside viewing deck is still to be built. Landscape contractor Brambledown Landscapes Services was commissioned […]
    Nina Mason
  • Pro Landscaper July 2020 July 9, 2020
    The current blend of heatwaves and blustery storms would normally mean we’re at the height of the flower show season. It’s a traditional British summer, when one month you’d be walking around the sodden grounds of Chatsworth and the next slapping on the sun cream as you explore the show gardens at Hampton Court. There’s […]
    Nina Mason
  • Indoor Garden Design supports others during lockdown July 8, 2020
    London-based Indoor Garden Design fills us in on what’s been keeping the company busy since lockdown began Indoor Garden Design has really been making the most of time in lockdown by finding ways of supporting Team IGD and the wider community. After launching IGD Community back in March, the first initiative was to support Project […]
    Nina Mason