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  • Mayor announces plans for first National Park City Festival March 21, 2019
    The Mayor of London, Sadiq Khan, has announced the next step towards making London the world’s first National Park City, with plans for a week-long National Park City Festival from 20–28 July 2019. Working with the National Park City Foundation and other major partners, including the National Theatre and Open City, the free festival will […]
    Amy Fitz-Hugh
  • Thrive announced as charity partner for SGD Awards 2020 March 21, 2019
    The Society of Garden Designers has announced Thrive as its charity partner for the SGD Awards 2020. Following partnerships with both Greenfingers and Perennial in the last seven years. The money will be raised at the SGD Awards Ceremony, which will be on Friday 31 January 2020.   Thrive – the gardening for health charity […]
    Amy Fitz-Hugh
  • Masterclass With Thomas Rainer, ‘Planting In A Post-Wild World’ March 21, 2019
    Join Landscape Architect, author, and teacher, Thomas Rainer, for a day exclusively focused on the tips, tricks, and design strategies to create more layered, beautiful plantings. Whether your goal is increased resiliency, lower maintenance ecological plantings, or more intensely floriferous perennial borders, the lessons of this day will equip you with a broader toolkit of […]
    Amy Fitz-Hugh
  • Green-tech’s spring catalogue released March 20, 2019
    Green-tech has launched its spring catalogue packed with must-have products from leading brands.   The new spring catalogue is full of maintenance essentials. This includes grass and wildflower seed, a wide range of weed control chemicals, fertilisers for turf, soil and planting and spreaders.   The special 25th anniversary edition includes products from leading chemicals […]
    Amy Fitz-Hugh
  • Landscape Institute 2019 elections March 20, 2019
    Nominations for the 2019 LI elections have opened. The Landscape Institute has called for nominations to its Advisory Council and Board of Trustees for the 2019-20 and 2020-21 session years. LI Board and Council play a crucial part in running the Institute. Alongside the LI staff team, Trustees and Council members help the LI to […]
    Amy Fitz-Hugh
  • New innovative artificial grass system raises the roof March 20, 2019
    EverRoof® talks to Pro Landscaper about their new product range.  EverRoof® is a unique and accredited artificial green roof system designed as both an alternative and a complimentary product to natural green roofs, to transform unusable and ugly flat roof spaces into beautiful green multi-use areas. The only fire rated and wind tested artificial green […]
    Amy Fitz-Hugh
  • New woodland area to be planted at Marwell Zoo March 19, 2019
    A new woodland area is being planted at Marwell Zoo. It will provide a source of nutritious food for its animals and expand the native habitat for local wildlife.   The Woodlands Trust has been working with Hampshire conservation charity Marwell Wildlife to plant more than 7,000 trees on its farmland. This will benefit both its […]
    Amy Fitz-Hugh
  • Design By Katja’s video on climate change March 19, 2019
    Using Sir David Attenborough’s speech from the opening ceremony of United Nations-sponsored climate talks in Katowice, Poland, Design By Katja have created a video on climate change. Sir David says: “Climate change. If we don’t take action the collapse of our civilisations and the extinction of much of the natural world is on the horizon.” […]
    Amy Fitz-Hugh
  • Perennial launches online budgeting tool March 19, 2019
    In 2018, Perennial helped people in horticulture access nearly £4 million in financial assistance. A recent financial wellbeing survey of working-age people found that 94% worry about money. Of this group over three quarters say it impacts their work. Less than half of employees surveyed had a financial plan and debt was cited as an […]
    Amy Fitz-Hugh
  • Kew to open giant new Children’s Garden in May 2019 March 19, 2019
    The Royal Botanic Gardens, Kew has embarked on its most ambitious design project in recent years, with the creation of a giant new Children’s Garden due to open to the public on 18 May 2019. Covering 10,000m², it has been designed by Kew garden designers around the elements that plants need to grow: earth, air, […]
    Amy Fitz-Hugh

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  • Prepping Your Bergen County Lawn for Spring February 26, 2019
    It may be February, but spring is just around the corner. The days are getting longer, and soon the temperatures will be warmer. It’s still quite early to do any lawn care, but thinking ahead will save you time. Once the ground thaws from the winter, you can begin preparing... The post Prepping Your Bergen […]
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  • Top 2019 Garden Trends January 15, 2019
    From enthusiastic horticulturists to casual garden tenders, homeowners across New Jersey want their yards and gardens looking beautiful and well maintained. Although we are still in throes of winter, it is never too early to start planning your garden for the warmer weather or consult with a landscaper. For those... The post Top 2019 Garden […]
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  • Walkways and Paths September 20, 2018
    Paths and walkways are an extremely important part of your landscape design in your front yard, back yard, and all over your property. Paths have many functions and can lead to many places. Different designs are best for serving different functions. Their primary function is, of course, guiding people from... The post Walkways and Paths […]
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