- How did you get started in the industry? I did a zoology degree at the University of Aberdeen,...
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Garden designer and TV presenter Chris Beardshaw explains why he loves working in the horticultural industry and how he got into the profession. read on
How did you get started in the industry? Having returned from Tanzania in 1983, my then husband wanted a change...
How did you get started in the industry? I was studying to be a charted surveyor at Cirencester but found...
How did you get started in the industry? Having studied at Harpers Adams University, specialising in dairy only to...
How did you get started in the industry? I launched my specialist retail/mail-order plant company in 1990 so it's 25...
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Alex Muller from Pershore College has been presented with Wyevale Nurseries' Peter Williamson Travel Award.
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Jessica Evans, head gardener at Tintinhull Gardens, has won the prestigious Chartered Institute of Horticulture's 2015 Young Horticulturist of the...
A team of young people - including Writtle College students - will run the largest exhibit in the RHS Chelsea...
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- Regional Operations Director (GM) - F113, Horticruitment
- £72,000 plus bonus, Southern England
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- £30,000, plus vehicle, Hampshire
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- £25 - £28,000, South West London
- Garden Centre Giftware Assistant Supervisor - B152, Horticruitment
- £16,000 - £18,000, Surrey
- Experienced Gardener - ECG711, English Country Gardeners
- £22,000 + accommodation, Nr Ipswich, Suffolk
Horticulture Career Events
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