How did you get started in the industry? I think of it more as an obsession than an industry, but...
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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
- What is your typical day? It can be mixed. I may meet clients for the first time, discuss their...
How did you get started in the industry? With the surname "Seedhouse", I fell into the industry by chance, being...
- How did you get started in the industry? I spent three years studying from the age of 17...
How did you get started in the industry? I studied for my BTEC first diploma in horticulture at Moulton College,...
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- Interior Landscape Technician, Horticruitment
- £18K - £20K DOE, W London to south coast area
- Plantarea Manager, Horticruitment
- £26K, Surrey
- Experienced Gardener or Groundsman, Horticruitment
- £19.8K, Oxfordshire
- Buyer - Horticulture/Flowers, MorePeople
- £35000.00 - £40000.00 per annum, Cambridgeshire
- Contracts Manager - South West, Ground Control
- Competitive salary plus bonuses, car and share options, South West England / Somerset / Bath, Somerset / Bristol, City of Bristol