Find Landscaper, Garden Designer & Gardener jobs

Search for landscaper, garden designer or gardener jobs at

Start a new career in the landscaping industry by searching for new vacancies.

Forum latest

Josie Hendrick posted a discussion
This lawn was laid with new turf a few months ago and at first looked great. Now it has increasing dead patches and weird red bits that look like dust. Any ideas much appreciated.
28 minutes ago
Joy Gomez is now a member of Landscape Juice Network
3 hours ago
Marc Mazure replied to Marc Mazure's discussion Landscape Gardening Business Management Software
"Hi Nick & Gary thank you so much for your comments I will reply to all points.
The way we have set our pricing is for up to 15 users, we have many people that are using contractors for certain jobs and need them on the system but can't warrant…"
5 hours ago
Neil Ruddick replied to Will Roberts's discussion Work boots
"I wear Haix boots, with some supporting insoles.  They are not cheap, but they last me about 3 years.  Unfortunately, I think that you have to experiment a bit to find the boots that are right for you.  And don't make the mistake of believing that…"
16 hours ago
Nick @ NM Garden Services Ltd replied to Marc Mazure's discussion Landscape Gardening Business Management Software
"Gary - Jobber now would be very expensive for us  in their current offering (and probably comparable to the offering in this thread) but they offered [lifetime] legacy pricing as a thank you from them for supporting them when they were in their…"
17 hours ago
Billybop replied to Will Roberts's discussion Work boots
"I have had some good ones off amazon when been on offer in my size, i prefer the safety trainer style rather than boots for most jobs. But have boots also if required. Ejendals/Jalas which are a swedish brand and Elten or Blaklader which are both…"
17 hours ago
Paul Baillie replied to Will Roberts's discussion Work boots
"I use englebert Strauss boots,
not the expensive ones, £46 I think, I use them as my walking boots too, really comfy.
order a couple of sizes and send the ones back that don't fit. Full safety by the way, toe and sole. I get way more than a year out…"
18 hours ago
Paul Baillie replied to James's discussion Stihl hsa86
"I started out with the Stijl combo long reach and obviously compared to a 'B&Q' type machine it's amazing.
then I got an HS82, omg, they just go through anything like it's butter!! Really heavy as all the weight is on one hand, the other is just for…"
18 hours ago

Stihl battery strimmer

Evening all, now transitioning across to battery powered equipment, I use a Stihl fs50c daily and also have a large strimmer for the beasty jobs, just wondering which battery strimmer and battery to go get for everyday use just for edging lawns really, thankyou Steve      

Read more…
7 Replies · Reply by Billybop 18 hours ago
Views: 89

Landscape Gardening Business Management Software

Hello everyone, I’m Marc from Custom Quoter and have been talking to Henry, Gary and the team at LJN, He mentioned that there are often threads discussing landscapers/landscaping software. We wanted to create this discussion to have some direct contact and discussions on what landscape gardeners actually want and need for your businesses within a software. We have not been around as long as some of the others, but we have a large team of developers working and feel we have created and are…

Read more…
6 Replies · Reply by Marc Mazure 5 hours ago
Views: 130

Stihl hsa86

HiI am considering buying an hsa86 hedge cutter and I was looking for some feedback on here, pros/cons etcThis would be my first battery purchase and I'm unsure whether to buy ap300 or ap300s.Also I have never really used a hand held hedge cutter only long reach and have never really felt the need for a hand held. Was wondering if I'm missing out on something or whether it would get enough use. Should I buy one or should I buy a long reachHELP

Read more…
13 Replies · Reply by Paul Baillie 18 hours ago
Views: 194

John Deere X584/X590 reviews

Considering buying either of these, be grateful for any user reviews, particularly in terms of long term reliability, any issues etc. Also as we will be using exclusively as a mulcher , performance/finish have heard the cut grass tends to clump against mulching plug and drop out in lumps?

Read more…
1 Reply · Reply by Vic 575 on Sunday
Views: 42

Tools security

hi all. Can i have advice and wisdom about tool security. If the worst happened and the tools were robbed from you (van or lock up), how do guys prove ownership? Sharpie pen, drimel engrave, photos, tracker  register with local bobble heads? Any other ways not mentioned? Which methods work? Anyone been lucky and had stuff recovered? thanks 

Read more…
0 Replies
Views: 55

Robust Cordless Strimmer v Modern Petrol Strimmers

I have not done any hard strimming work for years . I absolutely hate strimming after spending too many years strimming embankments absorbing vibration  leading to spinal problems . However a good opportunity presents itself to look after a five acre property but one of the requirements is to strim a 1.5 acre steep bank comprising of long grass and tall dock . My question is . Has anyone found a cordless strimmer . Preferably light weight , nicely balanced so a tall person such as myself…

Read more…
20 Replies · Reply by John F on Saturday
Views: 210
"An open association like LJN is just a remarkable place. What you pay per year for what you get out of it is astonishing, and speaking personally, LJN has helped guide me from a new start up business into 5 years of profitable trading and I don't think I could have done that without access to the forum and the great contributors to it." Simon Land

Progreen sponsors Landscape Juice


Landscape Industry Jobs


Are you looking for an exciting job where you can experience the great outdoors and have a meaningful impact on UK conservation? What better way to mitigate climate change and benefit wildlife than planting trees and helping to create biodiverse habitats. As the UK’s most experienced ecological consultancy and contractor, Ecosulis is  currently looking to


Opportunity for work experience in Arboriculture/Tree Surgery + Gardening/Landscaping. Based around Kings Lynn / Wisbech. Variety of work,mainly domestic,suitable for pre- college,or similar. Contact chris;        or       07940 759 121.


We are looking for an arborist/climber to join our small team for our our well established gardening, property and tree services company. We are looking for someone on an initial trial basis of 3-6 months which may lead to full time employment after this. We would also consider someone part time for 3 days per

Experienced gardener wanted

We are looking for a gardener to join our small team for our our well established gardening, property and tree services company. We are looking for someone that has the potential to move up to Head Gardener/Team Leader within a year. This means we require someone with ambition, enthusiasm, experience and a good knowledge of