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Joining this small team of qualified gardeners, you’ll help ensure the Royal Gardens and surrounding areas of Buckingham Palace and St. James’s Palace are maintained to an exceptional standard.

You’ll keep the lawns in top condition, from regular mowing and edging, to raking, re-seeding and top dressing.

You’ll also maintain the shrub, herbaceous and rose borders, monitor the health of plants, and nurture the growth of young trees and shrubs.

Helping to shape the future of the gardens, you’ll plant new shrubbery, bulbs and seasonal flower displays, ensuring that they continue to provide a worthy setting for a magnificent historic building, as well for high profile events.

You’ll aim for perfection and learn from expert colleagues, with the results of your work will be seen, and admired, by a world-wide audience.

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  • PRO

    Goes to show that LJN reaches right to the top of society;)

    • Only if you consider the royals as the top of society! Personally I think otherwise... 

  • It will look great in your CV as a professional gardener but the pay will be poor. I considered working there back in the 90s but it was untenable due to the high costs of living in London and commuting to London. 

  • I was introduced to her once... surly that will count in my favour at my interview..

    Seriously though any young gardener should give that a shot for a few years. It will glow on your CV.you can always work in macdonalds at night to survive..

  • 17k plus digs and meals. Suppose it'd be al;right for someone new to the game. 

  • PRO

    Work it for a couple of years in what is probably a fairly easy job, make sure it features prominantly on your CV and go off to do better paid work!

    That sort of theme was happeing when I was training at RBG Kew some 20 years ago!

  • PRO

    A client of mine now was the butler to queen mother, he has the pay is very poor but its all about the CV and future, door opening he called it.

    If your young ish and have no ties its £17k in your pocket, or does the digs and food come out of this? other wise its around £1,300.00 take home ish a month. Not too bad with no expenses.

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