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  • Hardscape Solutions: A patio with a view February 24, 2020
    Company: Cornerstone Partners Horticultural Services Location: Itasca, Ill. As part of a multimillion renovation project of the interior […] The post Hardscape Solutions: A patio with a view appeared first on Landscape Management.
    Christina Herrick
  • Mulch Mate: Kart Mate February 24, 2020
    Kart Mate is a heavy-duty articulating kart that mounts to a zero-turn or stand-on mower you already own. […] The post Mulch Mate: Kart Mate appeared first on Landscape Management.
    Tyler Gunter
  • Horizon Distributors: Allett Mowers February 21, 2020
    Allett is the premier line of reel mowers and attachments in the World. Available at your local Horizon […] The post Horizon Distributors: Allett Mowers appeared first on Landscape Management.
    Tyler Gunter
  • Buying vs. renting equipment February 20, 2020
    Equipment is one of the biggest expenses for landscape contractors, so it pays to do homework before adding […] The post Buying vs. renting equipment appeared first on Landscape Management.
    Sarah Webb
  • Bobcat: R-Series E35 Compact Excavator February 20, 2020
    Part of the R-Series, the Bobcat® E35 compact excavator is a popular choice in the 3-ton size class. […] The post Bobcat: R-Series E35 Compact Excavator appeared first on Landscape Management.
    Grace Rybak

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  • Manchester City Council has approved plans for Mayfield February 21, 2020
    Manchester City Council has approved plans that will kickstart the £1.4bn regeneration of Mayfield. The transformation of a derelict part of Manchester’s industrial heritage into a distinctive and imaginative mixed-use neighbourhood – centred on the city’s first new public park in more than 100 years – can now get underway.   The decision allows The […]
    Amy Fitz-Hugh
  • Inclusive play area opens in Bath February 21, 2020
    Specialist equipment for children with disabilities has been installed in Bath. This is part of a £480,000 investment by Bath & North East Somerset Council to improve play and outdoor family fun. A wheelchair-accessible roundabout, swing and ground trampoline have been installed at Alexandra Park in Bath, making it the first inclusive play area of […]
    Amy Fitz-Hugh
  • Transforming urban spaces with exciting merger of leading street furniture brands February 20, 2020
    David Pringle, managing director of Bailey Street Furniture Group, tells Pro Landscaper about its mergers. “As part of a continued growth strategy in 2020, we are excited to announce the launch of Bailey Street Furniture Group. This involves merging three urban street furniture brands, one playground equipment brand and all associated products into one core […]
    Amy Fitz-Hugh
  • New team lead developments at Stanmer Park, Brighton February 20, 2020
    Work at Stanmer Park began in June 2019 and is due for completion by August 2020. The £5.1m project is being funded by the National Lottery Heritage Fund and Community Fund, Brighton & Hove City Council, Plumpton College and South Downs National Park Authority. Work is being carried out by Buxton Building Contractors Ltd. As […]
    Amy Fitz-Hugh
  • The Woodland Trust raises funds to take on part of Ausewell in Dartmoor February 20, 2020
    The Woodland Trust launched an appeal in autumn 2019 to raise £1m to take on part of Ausewell in Dartmoor, Devon. It will now join the National Trust, who owns the other part of the site, in managing this important wildlife refuge. Woodland Trust site manager Dave Rickwood says: “It’s very exciting that, thanks to […]
    Amy Fitz-Hugh
  • £100m Biodiverse Landscapes Fund announced February 20, 2020
    Biodiversity is declining worldwide faster than at any other time in human history.   To help address the challenges facing nature today, the UK Prime Minister announced at the 2019 UN General Assembly a £220m International Biodiversity Fund. This includes a new £100m Biodiverse Landscapes Fund to restore key landscapes and their ecosystems.   The […]
    Amy Fitz-Hugh
  • The best thing about FutureScape Spring? You February 19, 2020
    It’s all about YOU. The focus is on YOUR landscape business at FutureScape Spring this March. If ever there was a must-attend event in your field – this is it. Join the FutureScape Spring event and take your place amongst the key influential figures that will gather to connect, meet and drive future growth across […]
    Amy Fitz-Hugh
  • Gardening for everyone at RHS Hampton Court Palace Garden Festival 2020 February 19, 2020
    Gardening for everyone will be a key theme at the Royal Horticultural Society’s (RHS) Hampton Court Palace Garden Festival 2020. The festival is supported by Viking this summer, 6 – 12 July, and celebrates its 30th anniversary. Tom Stuart-Smith is this year’s Iconic Horticultural Hero and will showcase a drought-tolerant garden. Community lies at the […]
    Amy Fitz-Hugh
  • Designer marks decade of award-winning show gardens at RHS Malvern Spring Festival with litter and rubbish February 18, 2020
    An award-winning olive tree grower will incorporate litter which has been captured from the sea or combed from beaches around the UK into a show garden at this year’s RHS Malvern Spring Festival. This will be the tenth consecutive show garden at RHS Malvern by olive tree specialists Villaggio Verde, the longest ever run by […]
    Amy Fitz-Hugh
  • Liverpool tree in the running to be Europe’s Tree of the Year February 18, 2020
    Voting is now open to crown Europe’s Tree of the Year, and the UK has a Liverpudlian entry. The ancient Allerton Oak in Liverpool’s Calderstones Park won the UK’s Tree of the Year contest run by the Woodland Trust. Now the 1,000 year old oak is going up against 15 trees nominated by our European […]
    Amy Fitz-Hugh

RSS Borst Landscape & Design

  • Garden Design- How to Plan a Garden That is Beautiful Even in the Winter? January 21, 2020
    You might think gardening and winter go together like oil and water but that is not true. There are many plants and garden features that look beautiful and lively all 365 days of the year. Plants can adapt and survive in the winter and many thrive in the freezing cold.... The post Garden Design- How […]
    Borst Landscape
  • How Much are Swimming Pool Maintenance Cost in New Jersey? December 18, 2019
    Are you considering installing a swimming pool or have a new swimming pool? You may be wondering about how much your new swimming pool maintenance costs will be.  The choices you made during the construction of your pool have an impact on the cost of your pool maintenance over the... The post How Much are […]
    Borst Landscape
  • How Much are Swimming Pool Construction Costs in New Jersey? December 17, 2019
    Are you thinking about installing a swimming pool on your property? Swimming pools are a great source of fun, exercise and entertainment during the summer months. They even have the potential to increase the value of your home. Right now, you may be wondering how much you will need to... The post How Much are […]
    Borst Landscape