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Maintenance gardener

We are looking for a full time maintenance gardener to join our busy team. We deal solely with private, top end gardens in the Richmond area of South West London. Applicant must have a working knowledge of common garden plants and experience with the usual maintenance tools. A driving licence is preferred. Applicant must be

Grounds Maintenance Operative

Experience grounds staff required for maintenance work, part of a mobile team working across locations throughout Wiltshire. We have a vacancy in our grounds maintenance department for an experienced grounds maintenance team member. Our grounds staff work on contracts throughout Wiltshire and Hampshire completing a wide and interesting range of work. Whilst at this time

Landscape Assistant

Slate Grey Design is recruiting for an experienced landscape assistant to join its experienced and hard working team producing high end gardens in and around Tunbridge Wells and surrounding areas. This is a fantastic opportunity for the right person to be part of a growing business. The ideal candidate will have some experience in both

Hard Landscaper

Slate Grey Design is recruiting for an experienced hard landscaper to join its experienced and hard working team producing high end gardens in and around Tunbridge Wells and surrounding areas. This is a fantastic opportunity for the right person to be part of a growing business. The ideal candidate will be experienced and/or qualified in

Landscape Forman

We currently require a talented, self-motivated skilled landscaper/ foreman with a minimum of five years’ experience to take on this role. We are an expanding garden design & landscaping company looking for talented people to join our team undertaking varied and interesting generally larger more prestigious projects to exacting standards and have won awards for

Experienced Landscaper

We are seeking to employ an experienced landscaper to join our growing team building the highest quality gardens throughout Cornwall.  Candidates must have a strong interest in landscaping and horticulture with initial duties to include general labouring whilst working closely with supervisors and the contracts manager in order to learn and obtain the necessary skills

Experienced Hard Landscaper

Grove Gardens are currently looking for an experienced landscaper to join our small close knit team. Over the past 15 years we have established an excellent reputation for our workmanship and are now looking for the right person to join our team. You will need to have at least 5 years experience in hard landscaping

Landscaper

  A LANDSCAPER IS REQUIRED TO JOIN A SMALL LANDSCAPING TEAM. We are currently looking for a hard working and reliable person who can help us to provide the high level of standards that our clients have come to expect. Reliability and having a good attitude towards hard work is essential. You must be able

Garden Maintenance Operative

Requirements of Garden Maintenance Operative Minimum of three years experience or qualifications in horticulture and garden maintenance with good plant knowledge. Highly motivated with great customer service skills. Professional hard working attitude. Excellent time keeping and organisational skills. Own transport and full driving licence. Smartphone. Fluent spoken and written English.   Responsibilities Regular garden maintenance

Apprentice gardener

Job Description Kernel Horticultural Services are looking for an apprentice gardener. This is an ideal opportunity for someone in the early stages of their career who has an interest in and an aptitude for horticulture and landscaping. There is potential for progression for an individual with ambition and motivation to develop into a more senior

Business Objectives Group (BOG)

"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

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Graham Taylor replied to Andrew Betteridge's discussion Parking wars.
"Can't understand why the gardener didn't just pack the job in and it would have saved him all this hasstle and stress.................  it was only a 15 minute job so not worth much."
12 hours ago
Clive replied to Kieron glover's discussion Stolen tools
"Sorry to read your news Kieron.
when the car was stationary could you not get the Reg then?
i recently took out a policy With Hiscox, of course only a claim will tell how goo they are.
i spray all my tools with a coloured paint in areas, thinking th…"
13 hours ago
Peter replied to Pembrokeshire Gardening's discussion Cheats / hacks / tips to speed up Graveyard mowing / strimming..
"I do one and it takes 5 hours. Graves are mostly all different angles and uneven so it takes ages."
21 hours ago
David Benson replied to Chris Maynard's discussion Help with hedge ident
"dan.s got it https://www.hedgesdirect.co.uk/acatalog/Portuguese_Laurel_Hedge_Pru...(SKAG)&utm_term=portuguese%20laurel&utm_content=Laurel%20Portuguese%20-%20portuguese%20laurel%20(skag)"
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Paul Doyle replied to Chris Maynard's discussion Help with hedge ident
"On the ball Dan !!"
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Gary RK replied to Kieron glover's discussion Stolen tools
"It’s fine to ‘recommend’ a local dealer - it’s not a problem for LJN.
Most Stihl dealerships will work with legitimate contractors to offer a good trade price - as you say this is where building a local dealer relationship scores highly"
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Andrew Betteridge posted a discussion
A guy I have met whilst working around town has been having trouble with the neighbour of one of his customers: https://www.worcesternews.co.uk/news/17437688.gardeners-relief-afte...
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Vic 575 replied to Kieron glover's discussion Stolen tools
"The Stihl Dealer I have traded with for about 14 years is very good, they give that old fashioned personal service and really look after you. They even drop bits off at my home as the parts guy lives near me, at no cost that is. To trade customers t…"
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dan replied to Chris Maynard's discussion Help with hedge ident
"Portuguese laurel type i would say , certainly worth a few quid at 6 ft high -- so id get them moved quickly because the root ball looks quite small and dry for a plant that size. 
Its a tough plant -- just ensure the location its going has good soi…"
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Vic 575 replied to Hamilton Black's discussion which ride on?
"Derbyshire"
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Hamilton Black replied to Hamilton Black's discussion which ride on?
"Thank you for taking the time to share this advice with me Vic.  Which area of the Country do you operate in?
Ham"
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GORDON replied to Kieron glover's discussion Stolen tools
"Can't help with your main question but having a Stihl blower and strimmer nicked once i made sure it never happened again.  Self discipline is the only answer, as said always lock your vehicle, no exceptions for a second .Your tools always in sight…"
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Help with hedge ident

Can anyone help with a name for the hedge in the attached photos? I think maybe a type of laurel but not sure as I do lawns not plants. It's in my own garden and I want to move the hedge due to It being in a daft place. Can it be replanted again,  I guess it's not been in long as it comes out as whole rootballs with a good tug . We have only been here 6 months so not sure of history. Many thanks Chris 

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3 Replies · Reply by David Benson yesterday

Stolen tools

Hi All While working at a wholesalers maintaining their ground in a Leicester   I had a load of tools stolen. We all know what it's like when we need three or four power tools to be used one after another and obviously the best and safest way is to return each tool to our vans when not in use. Well I didn't and put them into a shopping trolley and trundled them behind me. In it was a Dewalt radio naturally tuned to Radio 2, Stihl strimmer with 145 degree hedge cutter attachment, Stihl blower ,…

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5 Replies · Reply by Clive 13 hours ago

Power Wheel barrow survey

Hi All, I am doing A level DT, for my project i would be looking to make an assisted wheel barrow, i needed to do some market research as a part of it. if you could take a moment of your day to fill out my survey that would be most appriciated, thanks https://surveyhero.com/c/b00d30a4

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Altering Fence line between properties and awkward customer

Hi to all.   We have recently finished a full garden landscape and as part of the project the client asked us to replace a small fence. The fence belonged to the neighbour so we sought their consent before carrying out any work. We replaced the fence and put it back in exactly the same place as it was before so as not to alter the boundary. Now that the job is complete the client has complained that the fence tapers in and is not parallel with the fence on the opposite side. I pointed out he…

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13 Replies · Reply by Angela Sharp on Saturday

Identify

I have been asked by a customer to supply and plant a new plant for their hedge as there is a gap, they want the same type but I am not 100% sure what it is, does anyone know what this is? I think it might be an evergreen spindle but not sure. The current plants in the hedge are just over 2m High. Thanks for any help. 

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Cheats / hacks / tips to speed up Graveyard mowing / strimming..

Last year i tok on my local church graveyard.. It doesnt pay particulary well but its less than a minutes walk from my house. The gravestones are all over the place and its literally 2 hrs of striming, an hour and a half on my small ride on and about 45 mins with my mower.. Its all the striming of small banks and round all the graves that seems to take ages.  Im also probably over fussy with doing it a good job.   Any tips or thoughts on how to make it easier / quicker?

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