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COUNTRY LIVING Welcome to the February issue, the year has started well. It was great to see the industry support the charity Perennial at its annual fundraiser in January and the London event raised £34,000 to kick off the 2016 campaign Also, the RHS Chelsea press launch was held at M&G’s headquarters. We would like to offer sincere congratulations to our new contributor Jamie Butterworth on the announcement that he is to be RHS Ambassador for secondary schools. We’re sure he’ll make a great job of promoting horticulture as a worthwhile and rewarding career and we will support him in any way we can. February’s issue is, as usual, packed with Eljays44 Ltd 3 Churchill Court, 112 The Street, Rustington, West Sussex BN16 3DA Tel: 01903 777 570 EDITORIAL editor@pro-landscaper.co.uk Editorial Director – Lisa Wilkinson lisa.wilkinson@eljays44.com Tel: 01903 777 579 Deputy Editor – Iszara Morgan iszara.morgan@eljays44.com Tel: 01903 777 574 Editorial Assistant – Fay Tate fay.tate@eljays44.com Tel: 01903 777 574 Editorial Assistant – Nina Mason nina.mason@eljays44.com Tel: 01903 777 570 Production Editor – Susie Duff susie.duff@eljays44.com Tel: 01903 777 578 Subeditor – Toby Wilsdon toby.wilsdon@eljays44.com Tel: 01903 777 578

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News Shed A round up of industry news over the last month

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Party for Perennial A summary of the Party for Perennial with the latest launches and awards

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Association News SGD’s online suppliers directory goes from strength to strength, APL announces masterclasses for 2016, RHS launches School Gardeners of the Year, Parks Alliance researches membership models, BALI bigwigs attend regional AGMs and efig’s Healthy Plants, Healthy You is back for second year

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View From Down Under Peta Donaldson waxes lyrical on the joy of concrete

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29 Coping With Difficult Trees Designing a garden around existing trees poses some quite specific problems, says Janine Pattison

30 Sculpt Your World Anji Connell explores how sculpture can add interest and structure to any outdoor space and says choice of material and positioning are fundamental concerns

Christmas – Only 328 Sleeps Left

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Question Time Lesley Malone flags up nine common mistakes when consulting the public

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Robert Webber on how to use the numbers to choose lights with the right colour temperature and brightness, to achieve the desired effect INTERVIEW

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Let’s Hear It From Tim Howell of Mitie Landscapes

A Breath Of Fresh Air TSLandscapes transforms the garden of a modern Cotswolds home on the site where Joseph Priestly discovered oxygen

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Country Living A renovated 19th century cottage is given a modern family friendly garden by Aralia

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Up And Coming A roof terrace renovation at London’s Ham Yard Hotel by Stewart Landscape Construction

Numerology Of Garden Lighting

Minding Your Own Business Adam White talks from experience about establishing a landscape design business

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Landscapers need to be realistic with developers about timescales, says David Dodd

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Andrew Wilson reflects on the joys of Christmas and suggests downtime needs to be more than just once a year

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Ruthless Efficiency Getting the most out of your machinery is a matter of efficiency, a crucial factor when looking for a replacement, says Angus Lindsay

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View From The Top Phil Jones praises those giving their time, effort and enthusiasm to the industry and suggests we all take time out to think

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CONTRIBUTORS Phil Jones MD of ISS Facility Services Landscaping Peta Donaldson Award winning Aussie landscape designer Angus Lindsay Head of fleet at The Landscape Group Andrew Wilson Garden designer and lecturer David Dodd Landscaper and lecturer

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Turf In Prestigious Places

A selection of plants and trees from the country’s best growers

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Green Roofs

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Nursery News News bites from some of the UK’s top nurseries

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RHS Ambassador and YoungHort director, Jamie Butterworth says what’s hot for 2016

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Air Borne Ian Drummond espouses the self sufficient Tillandsia – otherwise known as the air plant

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Does It Really Need A Service? Ian Mitchell explains

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NEW! Considering Quality Planting should be seen as equal to hard landscaping; Andy McIndoe advises on selecting for quality

Nursery Visit Pro Landscaper’s Fay Tate spends the day with Provender Nurseries

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78 What’s Your Role? Husqvarna UK’s Kevin Ashmore gives us an insight into his role as manager

80 Look Out For 25 year old landscape designer Melissa King

Adam White Director of Davies White Landscape Architects Lesley Malone Freelance writer and photographer

Janine Pattison Garden designer and horticulturist Anji Connell Interior architect and landscape designer Robert Webber Founder of Scenic Lighting Jamie Butterworth Plant manager at Hortus Loci Ian Drummond Creative director of Indoor Garden Design Andy McIndoe Leading horticulturalist

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NEWS

NEWS SHED Green-tech supports Young Gardeners of the Year for third year running

Leading landscape supplier, Green-tech is to support the 2016 Young Gardeners of the Year competition. Green-tech will be donating the Mona irrigation system and a range of soils and growing media to the annual competition, organised by TV gardener David Domoney and the Prince’s Foundation for Building Community. Six of the UK’s leading horticultural colleges will compete to create a sustainable garden. Each will be given a 5.5 x 4m plot to plan and design a garden that demonstrates an understanding of harmony and sustainability.

A panel of industry leaders, home and garden magazine editors and acclaimed garden designers will judge the entries on the first day of the Ideal Home Show on 18 March 2016. The overall winners will be crowned Young Gardeners of the Year 2016. Richard Kay, chairman of Green-tech said: “We are delighted to once again be in a position to support future generations of landscapers and garden designers. These people are the future of landscaping and we are proud to be part of their journey.” www.green-tech.co.uk

Ground Control awarded £40m contract nationwide with Network Rail Network Rail has awarded Ground Control nationwide contracts to help with the effective management of the trees and plants that line the rail network. It will support Network Rail’s national vegetation management programme over the next four years. Ground Control’s Arb Rail (Arboricultural Services) will carry out the works. It was established following the acquisition of UPM Tilhill’s arboricultural division in 2012. Managing director Marcus Watson said: “In practical terms, this

achievement secures the future of Ground Control’s successful rail business for the next four years. With an estimated contract value in excess of £40m over the four year contract period, this could be Ground Control’s largest single contract win to date.” The senior team that helped to secure the landmark contract for Ground Control comprises Peter Allen, supported by Steve Gates (Rail North), James Hanna (Rail South) and Greg Buckley, HSQE Manager. www.ground-control.co.uk

First acoustic garden for RHS Malvern

A Gloucestershire garden designer has been selected to exhibit the first acoustic garden at next year’s RHS Malvern Spring Festival. Pippa Shennan, from Wottonunder-Edge beat stiff competition to design and exhibit one of the Festival Gardens at the show. The 2016 Festival Garden theme is Hidden Gems. Pippa’s garden, called A private refuge – a hidden gem, is believed to be the first to have been designed specifically to cut out external noise through the use of acoustic fencing

and a careful choice of water features, plants and trees. Pippa, who has drawn on her personal experience said: “As I have a problem with external noise in my own garden, I decided to design something that addresses these issues. It is a common problem, particularly in towns and cities, so hopefully my design will be something others can benefit from.” www.rhs.org.uk/shows-events

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Jekka McVicar and Jamie Butterworth announced as RHS Ambassadors

Aralia Garden Design and Clear Architects to restore Debden Hall

Award-winning garden design company Aralia has been appointed to restore a lost country estate in the heart of the Essex greenbelt in collaboration with Clear Architects. The companies have proposed a redesign of the grounds of Debden Hall, Loughton, which was originally designed by architect Henry Holland. It is believed that the Debden Hall country estate would have been designed by Holland’s friend Lancelot ‘Capability’ Brown and the proposed plan uses these two figures to create a new layer of history with subtle hints to what it was by restoring lost features. The intention of the development is to reinstate the site as a typical English estate, true to its heritage while taking care to maintain, develop and enhance the amenity and ecological value of the infringing woodland. www.aralia.org.uk

The Royal Horticultural Society (RHS) has announced that Jekka McVicar, of Jekka’s Herb Farm, and Jamie Butterworth, co-founder of YoungHort, will be joining its list of RHS Ambassadors. The announcement came at the annual RHS Chelsea Flower Show press conference held in London on Wednesday 13 January, which was attended by fellow RHS Ambassadors Alan Titchmarsh and Mary Berry. Jekka has a number of achievements within the industry, having been awarded the Garden Media Guild Lifetime Achievement

Twenty-one-year-old Jamie will use his role to share his passion for horticulture as well as getting more secondary school children involved, one of the reasons he co-founded YoungHort in 2013. www.rhs.org.uk

Tim O’Hare Associates warns BS topsoil standard is not enough for many schemes Tim O’Hare Associates (TOHA) has warned specifiers and contractors not to rely solely on the British Standard for Topsoil (BS3882:2015), particularly for more difficult schemes. Tim O’Hare, partner and principal consultant at TOHA, is concerned about the small print in the document and a series of notes at the end of Table 1. He said: “Compliance with the Table 1 parameters does not necessarily

“ Nick Coslett, Marketing Manager, Palmstead Nurseries BALI Affiliate Member

mean a topsoil is suitable for every landscape situation or application. This standard is intended for use throughout the UK but will not necessarily pick up regional variations in rainfall or temperature or site-specific issues. “We suggest using BS3882:2015 as a starting point, but possibly consider narrowing some of the tolerances of certain parameters if the project requires it.” www.timohare-associates.com

NEWS IN BRIEF Sky’s the limit as Boningale’s roof garden business soars

Boningale Nurseries saw a huge growth in roof garden business in 2015 and predicts further grow in 2016. By combining its horticultural experience and cutting edge research from its green roof department, GreenSky, landscape architects have been able to benefit from the whole package. www.boningale-greensky.co.uk

Quadron Services supports Kingston Council in developing new Green Spaces Strategy Green space management company Quadron Services has been working with its client The Royal Borough of Kingston upon Thames to prepare consultation documents to progress the implementation of the client’s innovative new Green Spaces Strategy 2015-2021. www.quadronservices.co.uk

Landscape Institute advises on careers in industry

The Landscape Institute has published a careers brochure for schools, which can be used alongside its Ambassadors for Landscape scheme. The scheme is going well, with 71 practitioners already signed up. www.landscapeinstitute.org

BALI’s diverse membership gives us

an insight to many aspects of the industry providing invaluable feedback to our business.

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Award as well as 62 RHS Gold medals for her exhibitions at RHS flower shows, and the Lawrence Medal in 2009. This year, Jekka will be making her debut RHS Chelsea Show Garden design and her focus as an RHS Ambassador will be on health herbs and horticulture.

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Garden Bridge announces Sky as major funding donor The Garden Bridge Trust, the charity behind the Garden Bridge project has announced that Sky has become a major funding donor. The entertainment company has made one of the biggest individual

donations to fund the creation of one of the large gardens on the bridge, which will be named by Sky. Jeremy Darroch, chief executive of Sky plc, said: “We are delighted

Greenfingers to build five new hospice gardens in 2016 Greenfingers charity has announced plans to build five new hospice gardens in 2016. Work has already begun on the relocation to the Earl Mountbatten Hospice on the Isle of Wight of the Royal Bank of Canada’s RHS Chelsea Flower Show 2015 garden, designed by former Greenfingers chairman Matthew Wilson. The charity plans to go on-site at Bluebell Wood Children’s Hospice in Sheffield in February, where two private garden spaces have been designed directly outside the bereavement suites. Greenfingers will also be working with garden designer Adam Frost and the Homebase

Health, Happiness and Horticulture at RHS Chelsea 2016 The Royal Horticultural Society garden at the RHS Chelsea Flower Show 2016, sponsored by M&G Investments, will be focusing on the health and wellbeing benefits of greening our grey spaces. 8

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Garden Academy students to transform the existing uninspiring concrete courtyard at Keech Hospice Care in Luton into the central hub of the hospice. The fourth project involves creating a small, safe and sheltered area within a previously built Greenfingers garden at Helen and Douglas House in Oxford. The charity will also be raising money to complete an interactive family garden at Grace House in Southwick, Sunderland. It will be working with Sean Murrary, winner of the BBC’s Great Chelsea Garden Challenge 2015, to achieve this. www.greenfingerscharity.org.uk

Details of the RHS Greening Grey Britain Garden for Health, Happiness and Horticulture, designed by Ann-Marie Powell, were released at the RHS Chelsea press preview held on Wednesday 13 January. Ann-Marie said: “Gardens and gardening do more good to heart and soul than they are ever given credit for.” www.rhs.org.uk/flowershows

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to support the Garden Bridge. The project will enrich London, helping us to give back to the city where Sky was founded over twenty-five years ago and remains headquartered today. “The Garden Bridge will create a beautiful, tranquil space for us all to enjoy and will become an iconic landmark in the heart of our capital city.”

The Garden Bridge project will cost £175m to deliver and more than 77% of the capital costs will be raised from the private sector. The trust is well on its way to meeting its target with £145m raised for the bridge so far, including £85m from private sources. www.gardenbridge.london

Oak View Landscapes starts New Year in new headquarters Oak View Landscapes has relocated to purpose built headquarters on a commercial site owned by an associated company near Colchester, in Essex. Managing director Paul Downer said: “We are working to a three year growth strategy to expand the business by over 50% and the new facility is an essential part of our plan. I am delighted that we achieved our 30 week build programme on time and we are fully operational in this outstanding Essex Barn style building at the start of the New Year.” General manager Matthew Selby said: “We had outgrown our current office facilities and it made commercial sense to combine our operational yard and office facilities

on one site at Pattens Yard in West Bergholt. We will benefit greatly from the planned, purpose built headquarters in terms of daily operations and logistics. The building was designed by local architects ADP, with materials sourced and construction carried out by local businesses to meet Oak View’s environmental ethos. Oak View is very grateful to Johnsons of Whixley for kindly donating the trees and plants to the landscaped beds to the front of the building. www.oakviewlandscapes.co.uk

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OUT & ABOUT

View from the Skyloft

Perennial Champions Awards being presented by Chris Collins (far left) to The Grubby Gardeners (left to right: David Lewis, Darran Jacques, Claire Vokins, Jamie Butterworth and Michael Perry)

Chris Collins congratulating James Lloyd from Sodexo Horticultural Services (right)

Horticulture trade charity Perennial hosted its annual fundraising event, Party for Perennial, on 15 January 2016 at the Skyloft in Altitude London at the top of the Millbank Tower. The event drew hundreds of people from across the industry and raised a record £34,000. The Perennial Champion Awards were presented by former Blue Peter gardener and face of the Love your Plot campaign, Chris Collins and recognised those who went above and beyond to raise money for the charity in 2015. Winners of the accolade included the Grubby Gardeners, Sodexo Horticultural Services, the garden team at Hever Castle, the team that created the Perennial Legacy Garden at the RHS Flower Show at Tatton Park and Nigel Bowcock, who ran two marathons in two weeks. Dougal Philip, chairman of Perennial, said: “It is our pleasure to recognise the achievements of those who have gone the extra mile in their efforts to support

Perennial, and name them as our Perennial Champions for 2015.” The annual event also saw the launch of a new Diamond supporter level within Perennial’s partner scheme, allowing businesses to show their support by signing up for an annual donation of £5,000. Alongside this launch was the announcement of four new Perennial Partners. The Institute of Groundsmanship and GK Wilson Landscaping have become Platinum Partners, while W Crowder & Sons has signed up as a Gold Partner and Bulldog Tools is now a Silver Partner. Perennial also launched its annual fundraising campaign HortAid 2016. Last year’s Party for Perennial raised £22,000 for HortAid, with the annual total for HortAid 2015 now standing at over £84,000. This year sees a growing number of fundraisers from across the UK horticulture industry getting involved in various activities to raise money for the charity.

Dougal Philip, chair of Perennial with Wayne Grills of BALI

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The Tatton team receive their Perennial Champion Award. Left to right: designer Paul Hervey Brookes; Chris Collins; contractor Gareth Wilson; Adrian Wickham of sponsor Glendale, with Dougal Philip

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SGD bulletin Join the SGD Suppliers’ Directory The SGD’s online Suppliers’ Directory has gone from strength to strength since its launch in 2015. The directory allows participating suppliers and related service providers

Harrod Horticultural

to engage with the SGD’s professional garden e gner b ew ng profile an pro ct o er ng and facilitating direct communication between both parties, making it an indispensable resource for garden designers looking for products and services suited to their needs. More than 150 suppliers to the garden design industry have already signed up to be part of this new service. Providers such as

Ladybrook

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David Harber, Sculpture by the Lakes, Palmstead Nurseries and Harrod Horticultural can choose to have one or multiple category entries. Listing everything from plant nurseries and landscapers to colleges and surveyors, the directory is a comprehensive

APL update APL Masterclasses return in 2016 Thanks to the success of the Association of Professional Landscapers masterclass at North Warwickshire and

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Hinckley college, Nuneaton, in October, the APL is running a series of masterclasses through 2016, starting with one on paving and a second on timberwork.

Both of these will run from 1519 February, with four further masterclasses planned for the summer and autumn. The masterclasses consist of a five day intensive course run by

Gloster

service for the garden design industry. If you wish to be part of the SGD Suppliers’ Directory, please contact the o ce rectl on 01989 566 695 or email info@sgd.org.uk. www.sgd.org.uk

The Landscapes Skills Academy, experts in the landscaping field and in training. The five day residential courses cost £995+VAT per person, including accommodation, meals and individual assessment and training materials. Delegates will be exposed to individual learning plans tailored to their specific needs. The aim of the masterclasses is to improve the knowledge and skills of landscapers and

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Tophill (left) to their school. The deadline for entries is Friday 22 April. To enter the competition, potential entrants should head to the RHS Campaign for School Gardening website: www.rhs.org.uk/schoolgardening.

RHS report RHS School Gardeners of the Year 2016 Schools across the UK are invited to nominate their gardening superstars for three coveted awards: RHS Young School Gardener of the Year, RHS School Gardening Team

so improve the landscaping industry. “Paving and timberwork are key skills areas

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of the Year and RHS School Gardening Champion of the Year. Winners of the three categories will receive a host of prizes including £500 in gardening vouchers for their school, tools, tickets to an RHS Flower Show and opportunities such as the chance to work with RHS gardeners for a day or receive a visit from ITV’s Love Your Garden presenter Frances

where the industry is lacking,” said Jody Lidgard, director of the Landscape Skills Academy. The APL also invites guest speakers to present to the delegates on areas such as health and safety and industry techniques or products. For more information about the

RHS London Early Spring Fair, 16-17 February A show to kick start the gardening season featuring early spring plants and inspiration. For the first time, visitors will have the chance to meet some of the top garden designers at this year’s RHS Chelsea Flower Show with a designer Q&A session.

by some of the world’s finest botanical artists. This year 35 of the best botanical artists from all over the world will be entering some of their finest works for judging. www.rhs.org.uk/shows-events/ rhs-london-shows The Secret Life of Insects at RHS Gardens During half term, from 13-21 February there will be a range

RHS London Botanical Art Show, 26-27 February

This show is focused on the beauty of plants, captured

masterclasses, contact penny.evans@hta.org.uk. APL WorldSkills 2016 The APL understands the importance of promoting good quality landscapers and teaching the next generation the benefits of good skill practice and a thorough knowledge of all aspects of the trade. In turn, we invite you to consider the members of your team for the 2016 competition. Not only will they receive

of family activities exploring the secret life of insects on offer including crafts, garden trails, face painting and storytelling, with the chance to discover how pollinating insects eat, move and live. www.rhs.org.uk/gardens www.rhs.org.uk

invaluable advice and training from landscaping specialists, they will have the opportunity to see how their peers are working, have their name (and your company name) be seen by hundreds of thousands of people over the course of the semi-final and final and perhaps even go on to win an international medal. To find out more please contact Lara Rixon at lara.rixon@hta.org.uk or call 07748 745 014. www.landscaper.org.uk

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The HLF grant is enabling the Parks Alliance to research best practice membership models and recommend the best membership model to ach e e financ al ta nab l t . e hope to re eal fin ng of the project in the spring and e the e to take the work of the ark ll ance forwar . The organisation is alrea mak ng the ca e for park . e ha e calle for a p bl c n r nto the cr fac ng park an we hope the o e of ommon comm n t e an local government select committee w ll p ck th p. arl th ear w ll ee

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local a thor t e ett ng the r b get an we ll ee the f n ng o tcome for park . h le we hope for the be t we ho l be rea for ometh ng hort of that. ne po t e benefit of t ghter b get ha been greater collaboration and clo er work ng between the p bl c an pr ate ector . The Parks Alliance held a ro n table n an ar to c e ample of be t pract ce for the f t re f n ng of park . rther e ent w ll be hel thro gho t on other top c . atch th pace for f rther p ate . www.theparksalliance.org

nform the act t e of the an cape o e team. BALI regional committees are pporte thro gho t the ear b taff at tonele gh who a t them n organ ng tra n ng network ng an oc al e ent . ake a antage of the chance to ha e o r a to a ne ob or ce cha rman a l owner the reall o want to know what o th nk. o check when o r reg onal e to take place

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efig outline We’ve started the year the way we mean to carry on by reminding everyone that we can’t live without plants. This might sound over the top but it’s true as they provide the oxygen we need to breathe. But it’s more than that. There are so many ways that they make a difference. So we kicked-off by celebrating our second Healthy Plants Healthy You day. The first one took place in January 2015, paving the way for this year’s initiative.

Again, it was a campaign rolled out on social media and lasted just one day, Thursday 14 January. Trust Me I’m a Doctor With perfect timing, on Wednesday 13 January, the BBC programme Trust Me I’m a Doctor covered a story about perfumed cleaning products including fragranced candles. However great these products smell, some of the perfume given off can turn to something decidedly nasty: formaldehyde.

This VOC (Volatile Organic Compound) is known to cause some cancers. The programme initiated a very small experiment in six homes. They found that by putting houseplants in the rooms, the formaldehyde levels fell. Of course, the sample size is too small to be conclusive but it does appear to bear out research undertaken by NASA in the 1980s. If you missed it, the programme will be available on the BBC iPlayer until 12 February. The results So far we can tell you that the two most viewed posts on Facebook were our special Healthy Plants Healthy You Infographic and a post linking to a NASA video on YouTube. The video explains how they are looking at ways future space crews will be able to grow their own food in space.

visit the events section of the new BALI website at www.bali.org.uk where you’ll also find details of other events that might be of interest to you. Ecobuild 2016: 8-10 March

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We have reached nearly 1,900 people so far via Facebook. Twitter fared even better, reaching 9,100 with the most popular post also being the infographic. www.efig.co.uk

building exhibition, which takes place at ExCeL London, in the heart of the Docklands area. h e ent k ck o year as far as shows and exhibitions are concerned. In addition to those members exhibiting on the BALI pavilion, a number will have their own independent stands.It’s a big exhibition and well worth a visit. Come and see us on stand E6198. www.ecobuild.co.uk www.bali.org.uk

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OPINION

VIEW FROM THE TOP Those giving their time, effort and enthusiasm to our industry are deserving of recognition, says Phil Jones

“Not all those who recline their seats recline their minds”. I saw this on an advertising hoarding whilst boarding a flight at Heathrow recently. Just as I was about to settle into my seat and

decisions such as investment in capital projects, increasing the workforce and the fleet of vehicles and equipment, to name a few. I find all of these a joy to deal with, particularly because they usually go hand in hand with

switch off for the duration of the flight, I was reminded that my View From the Top column was due in before I returned to work. This got me thinking. Given the number of complex (or otherwise) issues facing anyone running a business these days, it’s as well we don’t “recline our minds” completely very much. We are well and truly into 2016 and it is clear that there will be as many challenges this year as last. Business appears to be like that these days, full of exciting challenges. For all of us in the landscape industry there are the everyday trials such as trying to outflank the weather by being innovative with our scheduling, or trying our best to find that new recruit with the right attitude who we can train in our ways of working. These examples of everyday life in landscaping sit alongside business-critical

growing the business, something we’ve done successfully at ISS over the past few years.

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THERE ARE MANY PEOPLE GIVING THEIR TIME IN DIVERSE WAYS TO ENHANCE THE EXPERIENCE OF OUR CUSTOMERS AND TO DEVELOP OUR INDUSTRY Put aside for a minute the everyday thoughts and challenges we all have and think of the many people in our industry who strive to improve it and in doing so, commit themselves to working on behalf of us all. This could mean those who represent us voluntarily, on our trade association committees, both regionally and nationally, or those who devote their time to developing youngsters and new entrants to the industry. There are many people giving their time in diverse ways to enhance the experience of our customers and to develop our industry. It surprises and pleases me to see the amount of informed comment that streams forth from those who work in our industry, comment that this year includes opinions on the National Living Wage, the so-called skills gap, public sector austerity, apprenticeships and so on. This is all ‘work stuff’, but it occupies the minds and free time of many people who care about the welfare of our employees and the wider industry. For as long as I can remember, many employed in landscaping have given their time to enhance our collective cause, to ‘put something back’. It is because of this commitment that the real, thorny issues we all

face are highlighted and debated, not just by the associations that represent us, but by the rank and file, those who the issues really affect. Far from reclining their minds, it is to their credit that some care enough to never really switch off, that they pursue the development and enhancement of the landscape industry to the extent that it more than overlaps into their free time, if such a thing exists. If this is all true, we owe a huge debt of gratitude to those people who spend their own time working on our behalf. Much of this work goes unnoticed and unpraised, particularly where there is much activity but not necessarily many tangible outcomes. I am sure there will be those who say it would be a fine thing to have the opportunity to recline their seat, let alone their mind. I accept this and suggest that this makes what I am saying even more important in two ways. Firstly, we must recognise the amazing work these people do. Secondly, it suggests we should all try to take some time out to think. Not reclining one’s mind doesn’t necessarily mean that we continue to think only about work. It could mean we think in a broader, more strategic way, contributing to our longer term futures. After all, a change is as good as a rest, isn’t it?

ABOUT PHIL JONES Phil Jones is managing director of ISS Facility Services Landscaping and is based at the company’s head office in Wo in urrey. e ained an in landscape construction and moved into rounds maintenance early on in his career urther ainin an . e has been ith the company since and as ell as runnin the landscapin business he sits on the UK operational management board of ISS Facility ervices and is chairman o . ollo hil ones @philjonesISS ollo andscapin @ISSLandscaping

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OPINION

VIEW from DOWN UNDER Concrete evangelist Peta Donaldson sings the praises of her favourite material

THE CONCRETE RESURGENCE Concrete is a fascinating substance with a rich history. Its use dates back to 5600BC with findings of concrete floors being used in housing along the Danube River. During the 19th century, concrete was used primarily for commercial purposes as it was considered socially unacceptable for aesthetic reasons. It wasn’t until the mid 20th century modernist era that concrete was used extensively and included as a dominant material in residential architecture. It featured heavily in the incredible works of such iconic architects such as Frank Lloyd Wright and Richard Neutra. However, concrete’s potential has only recently started to be realised, its popularity is skyrocketing with skilled contractors unable to keep up with demand. Concrete is a timeless material. From a mixture of aggregate, cement and water, intangible desires can be realised, producing objects that stand the test of time. Concrete can offend some and warm the hearts of others. Personally, I view it as sleek, textural and classic. It is a bold, sculptural substance requiring little to no maintenance. Its simplicity is sublime but what warms my heart most is the skill required to achieve the finished product. Concrete is experiencing a revival in Australia, in both interior and exterior design, perhaps stemming from the resurgence of mid-century modern. But with increased craftsmanship and a passion to push the boundaries, new integrated and in-situ features are being produced. We are seeing new forms of basins, benches, seating, baths, platforms, landings, pools, water features, paving and tiles developed both for residential and commercial properties. The range of colours, textures and finishes is overwhelming with availability varying across the country. From white to black, rough to polished, smooth to exposed aggregate, there is a 18

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1 Richard Neutra – Kauffman House 2 Designed by BLAC – Polished concrete and plunge pool 3 Designed by COS Design Pool with Concrete Bench Edge 4 Designed by BLAC Floating landings and Plunge Pool

combination to suit every landscape palette. Australians are renowned for gardens with dominant hardscaping. We seem to enjoy the function of this aesthetic. I use concrete in conjunction with other materials so when combined, the overall palette provides a generous source of visual interest. Each material must be contrasting, yet complimentary by means of pattern, texture and/or colour. This palette is then softened by our preferred use of a verdant and textural plant palette. We designed the garden above (image 4) with white polished concrete landings leading up to a pavilion with a plunge pool doubling as a water feature. Water cascades over the edge of the pool, flowing down the mosaic tiles into a reservoir below.

The future of concrete in Australia is exciting. With new materials, and new techniques, it will continue to evolve. The only limit to what can be done with it is our imagination. And of course, the budget. ABOUT PETA DONALDSON Peta is an award-winning landscape designer at BLAC Design and Construction and founder of The Outdoor Co.Operative based in Melbourne, Australia. Peta’s inspiration stems from an architectural and design perspective rather than a gardening one and as a result her landscapes focus on scale, form, texture, shape and colour. Peta has also launched The Outdoor Co. Operative, an online sourcebook for inspired outdoor living that brings together all facets of landscape design.

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OPINION

Efficiency is critical to getting the most out of your machinery and should be a key factor when considering replacement, says Angus Lindsay How efficient are your machines? Take a guess – 60%, 80%? I think you’d be surprised. For the purpose of this article I am only looking at ride-on mowers and tractors, both high value items that in my world need to be at least 75% efficient. One dictionary definition of efficiency is “a level of performance that describes a process that uses the lowest amount of inputs to create the greatest amount of outputs.” Efficiency relates to the use of all inputs in producing any given output, including personal time and energy. This means getting the most out of your operators and the machines they operate. So what’s the best way to measure it? Read any manufacturer’s sales blurb and they’ll give some form of productivity output based on working width multiplied by forward speed to give an idea of how the machine will perform. So a machine with an operating width of 1.8m traveling at 4km/hr (4000m/h) should cover 7200m² every hour. In reality it doesn’t as none of our machines operate consistently in a straight line in an obstacle free environment. The figure is more likely to be in the region of 3500-4500m²/hr. You could use the hour clock on your machinery. Check it’s working first as this will tell you the time the engine has been operating at its optimum working speed. This method has its drawbacks as you need to differentiate between transport and operational work. There are some machines that can do this, which can make interesting analysis. I know of some machines that have completed around 450 hours work over the

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EFFICIENCY RELATES TO THE USE OF ALL INPUTS IN PRODUCING ANY GIVEN OUTPUT, INCLUDING PERSONAL TIME AND ENERGY course of a year, of which 60% was spent travelling to and from site. Hardly efficient. On large open sites such as parks the task is considerably easier, especially if you have accurate maps and measurements. However housing sites, verges and open spaces pose problems. Making a reasonable estimate will demand an accurate analysis based on the correct information from the client or site agent. It’s not just grass cutting I’m talking about. Soil conditions, drainage, obstacles both fixed and temporary, all require accurate maps and site information for you to be able to begin any type of efficiency calculation. Do the site visits – there’s no substitute for getting out there and having a look for yourself. With machinery and labour being two of the biggest costs to our industry it is important to get the most out of both by constantly asking “Could we do this better and if so how?” Driving machines directly from the depot may well be the

best solution in congested areas but if they spend an hour getting to a site then an hour getting back, take a look at the alternatives. Is there a route whereby they cut on the way out and again on the way back? It may be better to have a transport crew take them out early and collect them late in the day so they spend all their time operating. Measuring efficiency on a production line is easy as most parameters are fixed and very little changes. It’s not so easy when stone burying a former industrial site or grass cutting housing verges riddled with trees and parked cars. So when reviewing your machinery take a moment to consider their efficiency. ABOUT ANGUS LINDSAY As an agriculturist, Angus spent several years working on arable farms in Scotland before joining VSO in Egypt, implementing a mechanisation programme, mana in eld operations or a commercial cotton plantation in Nigeria and as a contract instructor for Massey Ferguson in Yemen. During this time he also spent a year at Silsoe, gaining an MSc in agricultural engineering and mechanisation management. Returning to the UK he joined Glendale as machinery manager in 1994 – going on to become company engineer – before joining The Landscape Group in as roup head o assets and eet. ontact

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OPINION

Andrew Wilson revels in the joys of Christmas for those in our professions – not for the wine and diaries but for a little bit of peace. 11 months seems just too long to wait Maybe I’m getting old – well obviously I am, in a major way. Or perhaps I’m just feeling old, because I love the peace and quiet of Christmas. Virtually everyone closes down, at least by Christmas Eve if not a few days before. For many that whole pre-Christmas week is full of boozy lunches anyway. So no landscapers to visit on site to discuss tenders with or details and issues that might arise; no architects to liaise with or interior designers to meet; no nurseries to visit or schedules to check; no clients asking for a progress update or taking issue with invoices. Most delightfully, the never ending flow of emails slows

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ONLY 328 SLEEPS LEFT! and then virtually stops completely – especially when the ‘out of office’ is switched on. The phone stops ringing and magically, Christmas begins. And it’s not just for one or two days if you include Boxing Day, but for virtually one and a half weeks encompassing New Year. A time for family and perhaps for vacations but also a time to reflect, float ideas or solve design issues. It’s perhaps a time to take stock of process or business methods too. Although this is not technically switching off, it is amazing how the quietness of this period or the loss of day-to-day interruptions allows time for such positive thinking.

A TIME TO REFLECT, FLOAT IDEAS OR SOLVE DESIGN ISSUES. PERHAPS TIME TO TAKE STOCK OF PROCESS OR BUSINESS METHODS TOO We all have a tendency to answer emails as they arrive or feel that they must be answered quickly. Urgent emails and messages, yes, but the majority do not fit into this category. Most messages need to be digested and considered before we react. We speed up our lives as a result of this need for immediacy and squeeze the thinking time if we are not careful. We pack more into each day and then wonder why we are so exhausted both mentally and physically. I haven’t discussed this with Gavin yet but I’m planning on developing this Christmas idea. I’m not impatient – I’m more than happy to wait another 10 months for the real thing but I’d like to bring the quietness of Christmas into each week of the year. Perhaps an afternoon or a whole day each week when 22

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we can get on with stuff – the things we do for a living like design or maybe admin – but especially design. Perhaps it could be a Friday afternoon, seeping seamlessly into the weekend or maybe a Wednesday, which would break the week into smaller units. But in order to make this work we all have to participate and buy into the idea in a big way. If only Gavin and I do it then you’ll just keep sending us emails or catching us on the phone all the time and the whole idea will fall apart. No, like Christmas we all have to do it at the same time. So, send your suggestions for the best part of the day or the best day of the week to editor@prolandscaper.com and then we can all take a vote to enable us to bring a little reflective Christmas silence into our lives on a more regular basis. We don’t have to exchange presents every week although the odd bottle of decent wine never goes amiss, I find. And what’s more, if we create this weekly silence, then perhaps the horror of that first day back at work after New Year will be easier to handle. ABOUT ANDREW WILSON Andrew Wilson is a landscape and garden designer and a director of Wilson McWilliam Studio. He is also a director of the London College of Garden Design, an author, writer and lecturer.

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OPINION Given unrealistic timescales with building works ongoing – we’ve all been there. Landscapers need to be candid with developers about what is and is not possible, says David Dodd You’ve been asked to price for a fantastic new garden for a new build house or development. You’ve seen the site and it’s still just a shell of a building surrounded by scaffolding, mud and builders. It’s explained to you that the project has to be completed by whenever (usually to a totally unrealistic timescale) and the builders will be well out of your way by the time you start. So you put in your costs accordingly. You move other projects around to make this happen, arrive on site to start the work and surprisingly, the building is still just a shell, surrounded by scaffolding, mud and builders. However, the project managers and architects are still kidding themselves and the clients that everything is hunky-dory and they expect you to get on with it. The groundworks can’t be started because you can’t dig by the house for the new terraces due to the scaffolding. The new driveway can’t be excavated because the site huts, building materials and five hundred Vauxhall Astra vans are all placed where the drive is going. So you decide to scratch around for a bit looking busy and start whatever you can get on with.

THEY WANT TO PRESENT A BEAUTIFUL BUILDING SET WITHIN EQUALLY BEAUTIFUL LANDSCAPING, BUT FOR SOME REASON MANY OF THEM JUST DON’T SEEM TO UNDERSTAND THE LOGISTICS

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BUILDERS BLOCK You’ve already thrown away the useless bit of paper formerly known as the ‘programme of works’. You talk to some of the other contractors on site who are all moaning about whoever they can blame for their own woes and all you go home thinking is: “Who on earth thought this was the right time for the landscaping to be started?” I understand the reasoning behind developers wanting the landscaping completed at the same time as the property. They want to present a beautiful building set within equally beautiful landscaping, but for some reason many of them just don’t seem to understand the logistics. The builders need the surrounding plot (aka the garden) to build the house. They need space for welfare units, materials, skips and parking. So let them finish their work and clear off site before the landscaping starts. If everyone is tripping over each other and work can’t be carried out in a methodical, logical manner, progress is inevitably slower and the quality always suffers. How can we improve this situation? Firstly, and most importantly, designers and contractors need to stop paying developers lip service and agreeing to everything they say. Speak up early on and state your case and reasoning for not starting work until the site is ready. Whoever is project manager for the landscaping needs to back up the contractor and you all need to work together as a team.

There are always going to be time pressures with new builds as often they can’t be sold until all works, including the landscaping, are completed, but as I’ve said before, just because you can start early doesn’t guarantee you’ll finish early, or even on time if you have the aforementioned constraints. Secondly, work with the developer. Be candid with them. Monitor progress of the building works and try to be as pragmatic as possible. If a particular operation for the landscaping can be started at an earlier stage then programme it in accordingly. Work with the developer’s project management team and issue them with your programme of works. You’re the expert in landscaping, not them. I’m not sure whether this will hold much sway in multi-million pound commercial developments. I am primarily speaking from a private domestic point of view as it’s probably the only area in which we have a chance of changing the attitudes of developers and clients and properly managing their expectations. ABOUT DAVID DODD David Dodd has been in the landscape industry since the age of 17. After having studied and then taught at Merrist Wood College, he set up The Outdoor Room in 1995. In 2013, he went into business with Landscape Architect, Joe Perkins to form Longview Design Ltd. David has also lectured in design and construction for over 20 years.

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BUSINESS TIPS

MINDING YOUR OWN BUSINESS Having successfully made the leap from employee to employer in 2008, Adam White shares his thoughts on establishing a landscape design business

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The great thing about being self-employed is that you get to control your own destiny, and with the right ideas, the right skill set and unflinching dedication, you can make a difference and establish a practice to serve as your legacy. When I established Davies White Ltd with fellow landscape architect Andrée Davies in 2008, we agreed our practice had to have a USP (Unique Selling Point). In our case this was designing bespoke playful landscapes and structures whilst offering innovative community engagement as part of the design and delivery process. This is the bright side to being a selfemployed landscape architect, but unfortunately there’s also a darker side and it’s essential to factor this in before taking the leap to becoming a landscape entrepreneur. Being self-employed demands sacrifices and if you don’t make these you’ll never succeed. At its core, business is a give and take process. The more you invest and the more you’re willing to part with, the more you’ll reap in rewards in kind. Establishing Davies White is the best thing I’ve ever done. It has created opportunities that most landscape architects only dream of but has also taken some serious sacrifices. Before making the leap into the world of entrepreneurship you should be wary of the sacrifices you’ll need to make. www.prolandscapermagazine.com

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Stability The foundation of your company, even if its design philosophy and plans are solid, is rocky at best and there’s no telling in which direction the business is headed until you’re several months or often much longer, into running things. If you haven’t already sacrificed a stable, comfortable well paid job to follow this route, odds are you’ll have to sacrifice some other kind of stability before you can move forward. Being self-employed is by its nature an unstable path to follow. Eventually, if you work hard with a clear vision, things will stabilise but it could take a couple of years. Work/life split When you become a self-employed landscape architect, the lines between your working life and your personal life will blur. Your downtime will become ‘light’ business time, but the flip side is that your time in the office will feel more like personal time because you’ll want to be there. Remember, it’s still important for you to balance your work priorities and your personal ones — always make time for your family and your mental health — but the clear divide between personal and professional time is going to go away no matter how you try to handle it. Income For the first few years of your business you’re probably not going to be making much money. In most businesses, entrepreneurs and their families end up investing lots of their own money to get the business going.

Sleep Sleep is vitally important, but no matter how hard you try to preserve healthy sleeping habits, you’re going to lose some sleep in order to run your business. In some cases, you’ll be up all night to get that last proposal together. In other cases, you’ll be getting up super early to make a meeting. Comfort You’re going to have to wear dozens of hats and make decisions you’ve never made before. Part of being the boss of a landscape design practice means stepping out of your comfort zone. You’re giving up intangible luxuries in exchange for something better down the road. Since taking the leap to the greener side, our practice has designed some amazing public spaces, I have become a Fellow of the Landscape Institute, a regular columnist in Pro Landscaper and I’m now the annual co-host of the Landscape Institute Awards. Remember: “Being self-employed is living a few years of your life like most people won’t so you can spend the rest of your life like most people can’t.” ABOUT ADAM WHITE FLI Adam White FLI is Director at Davies White Ltd, a multi award-winning Chartered Landscape Architects’ practice in Kingston upon Thames. He is youngest landscape architect to be made a Fellow of the Landscape Institute and an RHS Gold Medal and BBC People’s Choice Award winner. His practice has recently completed the design and delivery of the new Commonwealth Games Legacy Park in Glasgow. Twitter: @davies_white www.davieswhite.co.uk

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BUSINESS TIPS

QUESTION TIME Not listening to the answers You’ve run a consultation and generated a mass of Post-its, flipcharts, notes, sketches and diagrams. Now what? Methodically sort, categorise and code the data for analysis. Gather information on the issues that you want to assess and identify areas you hadn’t considered. Qualitative material is inherently messy. Order needs to be brought to this informational chaos for it to be useful. Don’t gather it if you won’t analyse and use it.

Engaging with those affected by a scheme will lessen obstacles, speed progress and result in greater satisfaction says Lesley Malone, but it’s important to get it right Consultation, community engagement, stakeholder participation, surveys, workshops, meetings. How can designers discover what people actually want from a scheme? These skills don’t usually form part of professional training and this sensitive and complex area is easily mishandled – to the potential detriment of the design, or worse, planning objections and local opposition. Avoiding delays and negative PR is good; fostering community buy-in and drawing on local expertise, knowledge and insight is even better. So, here are nine common mistakes and how to avoid them.

Consultation fatigue People participate in consultations in their own time; there are more enjoyable things they could be doing. Without cutting corners, take up as little of their time as possible and use it well. Meetings that are too frequent or too long, lengthy surveys and asking about the same things again and again are great ways of driving people away.

Asking the wrong questions Avoid leading, ambiguously worded or irrelevant questions asked ‘just out of interest’. Only start working out questions once you’ve decided exactly what it is you actually want to know. Asking the wrong people Whose feedback do you really need? Current and potential users of a space and those affected by its development are usually the must-haves. It’s essential that diversity issues and demographics are factored in but there’s a balance to be struck between quantity and quality of feedback. More is not necessarily better or more representative. Great expectations Be realistic with participants about the potential outcomes. If this exercise is one of many gathering information to inform a decision, make that clear. Be honest about how much weight consultees’ views and the results of the survey carry. Language barriers Industry jargon, acronyms, technical idioms and design-speak have no place in communications with the public. Unfamiliar terminology can hamper meaningful dialogue. 26

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Foregone conclusions Consultations are sometimes held for the sake of appearances. Decisions have already been made and the exercise is merely a formality. Don’t let this be you.

HOW CAN DESIGNERS DISCOVER WHAT PEOPLE ACTUALLY WANT WHEN DESIGNING A SCHEME? There’s no need to dumb down – just discuss things in language anyone can understand. Thankless tasks All sorts of factors and agendas motivate people to get involved in local consultations. But make it worth their while anyway and give them something in return for their time and input. If a consultation can include some humour or fun without being inappropriate, then go ahead – people will be more responsive. Aim to make everyone feel glad they came.

Not following up Last but certainly not least, consultees’ greatest frustration is not hearing anything afterwards. Don’t leave people in the dark – they feel used. Ask for addresses and emails, send a thank you message and a contact for further feedback or questions and ideally inform them of the consultation’s outcomes and decisions that have been made. Agree? Disagree? As part of a new project, I’d like to hear about consultation successes, flops, lessons learned and innovative approaches. Please get in touch via editor@prolandandscaper.com. ABOUT LESLEY MALONE Lesley Malone is a freelance writer, editor and photographer, with a focus on public space and regeneration. She blogs at tangentialism.org and tweets at @tangentials

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Designing a garden around existing trees can severely restrict your options and there are many factors to be considered, says Janine Pattison Trees are invaluable in gardens. They provide vertical structure, give the garden scale and bulk, create screening and give seasonal interest. However, existing trees on a site can become a major constraint on the design process. If the trees are covered by a Tree Protection Order (TPO) or the site is in a conservation area or national park, there are very strict rules about what can and can’t be done – not only to the trees but also within what’s known as the Root Protection Area (RPA). At the point that you carry out the site survey, it is vital to note the exact location of any trees on the site (or next door) that may be affected by TPOs. You should also carry out a simple tree condition assessment. This is to identify any obvious problems such as stability issues, dead branches, cracks or evidence of infection. Should you have any concerns, raise them with your client and recommend further investigation by a qualified arboriculturist.

As a very general rule, you can estimate the extent of the RPA by calculating the diameter of the tree at 1.5m above the ground and multiplying by 12. This will give you a circle around the tree in which the vast majority of the roots should be found. If the ground is sloping, there are features such as walls or the tree is a multi-stem, you should seek advice from an arboriculturist. Once you start designing the new garden, you must keep the trees in mind at all times.

IF THE TREES ARE COVERED BY A TREE PROTECTION ORDER OR THE SITE IS IN A CONSERVATION AREA OR NATIONAL PARK, THERE ARE VERY STRICT RULES ABOUT WHAT CAN AND CAN’T BE DONE You need to accommodate the RPA, the restrictions imposed by the roots and their continued growth, the areas shaded by the tree, as well as leaf and debris drop. Structures like buildings, summerhouses, walls, paths and patios may not be possible within the RPA or

they may require special construction techniques that impact upon the budget. The levels within an RPA cannot be altered significantly (usually no more than plus or minus 100mm) and trench foundations (where roots will be cut through) will not be permitted. Seek advice from the local authority tree officer or a qualified arboriculturist if you have any doubts. The penalties for damaging protected trees are severe so proceed with caution and obtain the necessary consents. If you are monitoring works on site as a designer then you also have a responsibility to ensure that the method of working also complies with tree protection legislation. Your design may deal with the trees correctly but if access to the site requires heavy machinery to track around protected trees then your scope must include getting these trees protected as well as the ground around them. The British Standard that gives the information required is BS 3998:2010 Tree Work. It’s worth familiarising yourself with this important document. You’ll sleep better for it. ABOUT JANINE PATTISON Janine Pattison MSGD is a multi award-winning

garden designer and horticulturalist who trained with English Heritage at Eltham Palace in London and at Kingston Maurward College in Dorchester. A registered member of the Society of Garden Designers, the

British Association of Landscape Industries and the Garden Media Guild, Janine is also a highly uali ed horticulturalist. www.janinepattison.com

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YOUR WORLD Sculpture adds interest and structure to your outdoor space says Anji Connell and your choice of material and position make all the difference

Gardens and outside spaces are a perfect place to display art and sculpture, to express your personality and make your space truly unique. “A beautiful, well chosen piece of sculpture can enhance any garden,” says Alison Pickett of art and sculpture consultants Orangeries International Ltd. “There is a different visual experience with sculpture in a garden or outside space. The green, natural background allows the reading of a sculpture to be more defined without the distractions of furniture and other decorations.” Architectural planters, lighting, water features, birdbaths, fires, screening and furniture – both standalone and built-in – all add a sculptural element alongside planting, the ‘living sculpture’ or ‘green architecture.’ Amir Schlezinger of My Landscapes says: “I use a lot of architectural plants in my designs that give a sculptural look and feel and add drama. Many of these tend to be evergreen, so good for all year round interest and they look particularly good with lighting when silhouettes are created.” Deciduous shrubs and trees, especially the

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multi-stem forms of silver birch, eucalyptus, ginkgo, yucca, and agave look good in winter too when not in leaf and provide a limited but good palette to create living sculpture. Non-woody plants such as the Phormium, Agave, Dasylirion and horsetails can be used to great effect. “Bamboo and palms provide architectural statements and can be bought at specimen sizes to add instant maturity. Hedging and topiary are some of my favourite elements as they provide green architecture to divide and narrate a garden,” adds Amir. Sculpture now has its foot firmly planted in our residential outdoor areas and whilst it works in most gardens, there are certain factors you

must consider – the style of your garden and the connection between the interior and exterior of your home is essential. For a good transition from indoors to outdoors, pick pieces that mirror aspects of your interior decor to give a sense of completeness. You must also consider your site, how exposed it is and if you have a roof garden you will need to consider weight, wind and access. If you have any lightweight pieces, make sure they are properly secured. It is important to choose materials that will last and are able to withstand the varying climatic conditions. Materials to consider are wood, metal, stone and glass, plaster, concrete and ceramic as well as found and repurposed items.

“The right sculpture in the right place can really lift a garden space,” says Schlezinger, “I believe that sculpture belongs in every garden regardless of size, it’s another important layer of expression.” Sculpture need not be confined to the ground. Hung on a wall or from a branch, or placed within a flowerbed or grasses, they add interest and an element of surprise, visible without hindering any activities that regularly take place on the grass. One larger sculpture adds the wow factor but smaller pieces placed in groups can have more impact than several randomly placed pieces. “Dominant sculpture is usually used as a focal point to pull one into the space and provide an engaging vista. There is a narrative to be woven through a space when a sculpture is revealed at the end of a journey rather than as a focal point,” explains Amir, “Pieces placed selectively through the garden reveal themselves to us as we meander through, slowing our journey down and allowing us to fully experience its delights.” ABOUT ANJI CONNELL Internationally recognised interior architect and landscape designer Anji Connell is a detail-obsessed Inchbald Graduate, and has been collaborating with artisans and craftsmen to create bespoke and unique interiors for a discerning clientele since 1986. Anji is a stylist, feature writer and lover of all things art and design.

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Robert Webber gives the lowdown on the units used to measure colour temperature and brightness, and how to use them to achieve your desired effect February is upon us and the days of hiding in the van and watching the rain are nearly over. When we were kids, wet days were spent colouring in and a particular favourite of mine was colouring by numbers. Pictures were divided into sections, each of which had a number printed on it, with each number representing a different colour. Garden lighting design is full of numbers too. Watts, lumens, lux, colour temperature, voltage, and angle of beam are all part of a designer’s calculations when it comes to choosing the correct light fitting and lamp. The light fitting itself is just a canister for the lamp. It holds the light source and sometimes houses reflectors to direct the light. It’s the lamp that does all the work, but it’s often the part that gets neglected when the fitting is chosen. Choosing the lamp needn’t be a headache. Colour temperature and lumens are the two best places to start. Colour temperature is measured in kelvins. The K measurement represents the wavelength temperature of the light. For example, a lit candle has a colour temperature of approximately 15001800 K and a partly cloudy summers day has a colour temperature of around 9000-10,000 K. www.prolandscapermagazine.com

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NUMEROLOGY OF GARDEN LIGHTING We have found that when using LED lamps the best K rating is around 2,700, which is classified as warm white. If you want daylight white then you’ll be looking at a lamp of approximately 4500 K. It just depends on the warmth that you want to create. Aesthetic lighting that adds mood and atmosphere to a garden would tend to be fitted with warmer colour lamps whereas functional lighting for safety and general use would have a higher K rating. Lumens are normally measured as a per watt rating. They shouldn’t be confused with watts, however. Lumens measure the amount of light emitted per second whereas watts measure the rate at which power is used. So you can have two lamps with the same power rating (watts) giving off very different amounts of light (lumens). Most of our standard LED lamps are rated at around 450 lumens. It’s a good amount of light for a spike spot lighting general planting. Sometimes though, we will fit a lamp with higher or lower lumen levels to get the effect we want.

A couple of years ago we were asked to light some grasses in a raised planter. The client wanted a sunset feel and this was easy to achieve with reference to colour temperature and lumens. We chose lamps with a temperature of 1500 K and lowered the temperature even more by using a lens fitted over the lamp. We used a lumen rating of 100 as we didn’t want it to be too bright. The finished effect can be seen on the left. It was featured in numerous lighting publications as a classic sunset effect. We are very proud of that. So, don’t be scared of numbers when specifying. The best way is to practice. You can buy a simple GU10 240 spike spotlight, fit a plug top to it and then experiment with different types of GU10 lamps, keeping in mind the lumen output and K rating each time. It’s by far the best way to get to grips with colour by numbers. ABOUT ROBERT WEBBER Robert Webber is the founder of Scenic Lighting, a specialist exterior lighting company based in Berkshire. He designs and installs garden lighting throughout the UK and internationally. Robert can be contacted on rob@sceniclighting.com or via his mobile on 07766 051 000.

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INTERVIEW

TIM HOWELL MITIE LANDSCAPES

Pro Landscaper visited the vast head offices of Mitie in Surrey to meet its super-focused MD Tim Howell, who has quadrupled the company’s turnover in the last ten years. Now he has big plans for the nation’s school leavers. Can he help develop the next generation of horticultural specialists?

Tim, how did you get involved in the industry? I left school and went straight into horticulture working as a landscaper. I grew up in Kent and had done garden rounds since the age of 12. I got a job at Hilliers when I was 21 as assistant contracts manager and I loved working there. I used to have an office at Ampfield House where the sun shone through the window, surrounded by wisteria, and life was great. I met my wife there, actually. I stayed for five or six years and although I was comfortable I felt I needed to do more commercial landscaping, so I moved to Waterers in Windlesham, Surrey. The recession (the Nineties one) took me out of construction and into grounds maintenance, which I hadn’t thought about before. An opportunity came up at Gavin Jones, which I took, and I was there for about seven years. It was a great place to work and I could have stayed forever but I had the chance to start a landscaping business at Mitie, and couldn’t refuse. In 2002 I started Mitie Landscapes (Southern) and a couple of years after that we set up Mitie Landscapes (Northern). Following that we bought a business called Lyndhurst Services in 2005 and consequently merged them all together. At that time we were turning over approximately £10million and now we’re over £40million, which is fantastic growth. Would you look to purchase now? I’m feeling acquisitive! I think it could be the right time to start looking to broaden our capability. Can you explain how the business is set up? Being part of Mitie, our business sits within the Facilities Management division, but we’re set up as a fully operational business of our own. In terms of services, it’s mainly split between grounds maintenance and winter services. We’re the largest supplier of winter services to the commercial market in the UK and one of the first to pioneer it in the way we do. We also provide an interior office plants service. And it’s a funky part of the business. In terms of grounds maintenance, we focus solely on the commercial market and local authority is not an area I want to expand into. Sadly, it’s just a cost-cutting exercise and I feel sorry for all the businesses that get tied into contracts where they can’t increase the living wage – it’s bad for their business and our industry. www.prolandscapermagazine.com

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When is the end of austerity and when will parks and gardens see an investment? We’ve had some significant growth in the last year so we now have 775 people. We carry out an annual staff survey to find out about our peoples’ wellbeing and from the results of this we often make changes.

PART OF THE REBRANDING WAS DRIVEN BY MY REAL DESIRE TO DO SOMETHING WITH THE INDUSTRY, ENCOURAGE PEOPLE INTO IT AND MAKE MITIE THE NATURAL CHOICE FOR A CAREER IN COMMERCIAL HORTICULTURE

Are we correct in saying that a large part of your business is within the property management sector? Yes, we’re the leading supplier of grounds maintenance to property management. It’s an area we’ve focused on and invested into because we have the expertise. We’re talking about providing evidence and customer satisfaction on the ground. We’ve invested in technology and systems and we’ve grown into that sector. We’ve actually had more success in that part of the business than any other provider in the UK. The sector wants companies that can work consistently across a complex portfolio of diverse properties and they want to know what’s happening on those sites. It’s important to have the right commercial price and we give our customers that, but it’s also about the systems, the back-up and the capabilities behind that. It’s an area we excel in. We cover the whole of the UK and have mobile teams looking after sites as well as some working permanently on clients’ sites. We’ve got such a diverse range. We excel as a landscaping business, and with Mitie also being involved in other sectors it gives us opportunities to work in defence, utilities, manufacturing and the public sector. How does the landscaping business work within the Mitie group? There are 72,000 people in Mitie now. There are corporate boundaries that we work within. The company is very forward looking and focused on 36

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understanding what the customer wants and delivering that. There are systems and procedures that we follow which smaller landscapers aren’t restricted by, these protect the wider business and our customers. We understand you’ve rebranded recently. Can you explain a bit more about that? We’ve rebranded our business under the slogan ‘First impressions count’ for a couple of reasons. For our customers, it’s all about providing the right positive impressions from the start through horticultural skills. We didn’t want to change the name as Mitie is really strong, being number one in the FM sector in the latest i-FM brand survey – why would we want to change that? However, I wanted to change the feel of the business based on horticulture and sustainability. I also wanted to attract great people to the business. We’re keen to get young people into horticulture and I want to leave a legacy in the industry. That means engaging with the

horticultural colleges and getting skilled people coming out of education to come and work for us. Our current people have come from all sorts of backgrounds, from horticultural colleges to straight out of school to university with degrees in all sorts of subjects, and all are really clever people. But I’d like to bet if I asked them, none will say that they thought about a career in horticulture when they were 16 or 17. Part of the rebranding was driven by my real desire to do something with the industry, encourage people into it and make Mitie the natural choice for a career in commercial horticulture. Our new website at mitielandscapes.com will hopefully help young people think about a career and apply for jobs with us. Do you think the industry should be raising awareness about careers in horticulture or should the schools be doing it? Both. This is where a company like Mitie needs to stand up and because we’re such a big company, we can have a huge impact. If I take on a couple of hundred people next year and a number of

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Tim Howell at a glance DOB 1967 MBA University of Leicester Hillier Landscapes 1988-1993 Waterers Landscapes 1993-1995 Gavin Jones Landscapes 1995-2002 Mitie Landscape Ltd 2002 to present

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those stay with the business long term and others go out into the industry and work elsewhere, that’s great. We can give them some training and a good starting point. How do you structure the business? I’ve got about eight key reports focusing on business operations. We have a national accounts team which is a really important part of how we work. This huge team of people is purely focused on the customer and that’s quite unique in our industry. The finance division is based in Luton and our operations team is headed up by operations director Andy Barton, who has worked with me for over 17 years. Our operations and contracts managers and supervisors are key people in the business, and the 600 to 700 people on the ground are also extremely important. How do you deal with procurement? It is done centrally so it’s generally covered by our operations team. Andy is in charge of procurement and he’ll do that with his machinery manager. We do have a central procurement function in Mitie and that’s another of the benefits of a large organisation. You spoke earlier about the company’s growth over the last 12 months. Has this mainly been competitive growth? It does come down to organic growth. Our biggest contract won last year is worth £9million, which is huge. I would expect it to

IT’S ALL ABOUT PEOPLE AND GROWTH; ABOUT GETTING THE RIGHT PEOPLE TO DELIVER SO WE WILL CONTINUE TO BUILD AND ESTABLISH OURSELVES be the biggest private sector contract of last year in the UK landscaping industry. We’ve been mobilising it over the last few months and it’s been fantastic for us, really establishing and confirming our place in the sector. What are the plans for the next 12 months? It’s all about people and growth; about getting the right people to deliver so we will continue www.prolandscapermagazine.com

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to build and establish ourselves in the sectors we work in. And I’m looking into other sectors as well. We’re looking at developing our utilities offering and I can see more growth in retail and leisure for us. Mitie as a business is growing as well so we’ll benefit from that, too. How are you finding attracting people and filling vacancies? I’d like to think it would be easier but the industry has a bit of a problem. At the moment we employ predominantly within the sector so all the landscape companies are competing against each other to get people. The Mitie Foundation aims to get people back into work, and interestingly this year I took some of my team into a prison where we spoke to young offenders who were given a business challenge for the day. I was sceptical to start with, but these guys blew me away. They’re in prison for all sorts of reasons but I came away from that experience with a commitment to bring these people into the industry and give them opportunities, and we’ve done that. It won’t solve the crisis in recruitment in landscaping, but the industry shouldn’t shut its doors to people. There are all sorts of areas we can look at and give people a chance. When you bring people in with no experience, would you then send them to college or train them in-house? All of that. One of the young offenders I mentioned above came in with little experience and had actually never thought about going into horticulture before we spoke to him. Before he was released, he got in touch with us to ask if he could come and work for us. He’s getting good experience with us now and I’m hoping he will think it’s a good opportunity for him to sort his life out. If his manager decides that he should do day release or go to college for a year, we’ll arrange that, but we provide

in-house training as well. We’ll provide all of the skills you need to do the job safely, plus some enhancements because we want people to do a good job and we like people to keep on growing. So, what does life look like outside of work? Well, on my Twitter account @TimwHowell it says I’m a cyclist, skier and adventurer. Cycling is something I’ve done for years and I love it. I’ve cycled up the Alps and I’m actually taking 16 volunteers on a charity run next summer all the way to Paris. I love skiing which I started doing about 10 years ago and became addicted. I just love being outdoors. I’m lucky enough to live in beautiful village in West Sussex and I like spending as much time there with my family.

CONTACT Tel: 0845 869 7900 Email: landscapes@mitie.com Web: mitielandscapes.com

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PORTFOLIO

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TSLandscapes transformed the garden of The Orchard House, a contemporary home set in a historical site in the Cotswolds

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PROJECT DETAILS Project cost £21k (not including planting) Size of Project Entrance driveway (250m2) and courtyard (32m2) Build Time 6 weeks

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materials as well as the achievement of a seamless flow from the main entrance, along the driveway through to a private inner space. The build Starting from the entrance to the site, a ‘naturally’ tumbling stone wall extends into the drive, decreasing in height until it gently transitions into the ground, leaving the eye to follow the brick edge setts onwards to the grassed orchard. An inner doorway was required to lead beyond the dry stone walled area to a private courtyard where two reflective pools of water were to be the main visual feature. Each pool was to be crossed by a stone bridge set at a level that would make it appear to float on the water while an oxygen-themed sculpture opposite the chestnut decking provided continuity with the external cladding used on part of the house facade. Hard landscaping features ● Bespoke chestnut fencing ● Recovered stone and brick sett edging ● Two reflective pools formed from concrete blocks,

oversight concrete and waterproofing ● Reconstituted stone kerbs with colour match mortar ● Stone coping matched to wall tops ● Paving – Portuguese limestone, sawn and flamed

for textured finish 1 Courtyard entrance with glimpse of planter colour continuity 2 Oxygen themed sculpture set on plinth above reflection pools 3 Setting out of stone bridge with hidden foundations to ‘float’ from pool to pool 4 Preparation of courtyard area to receive Portuguese flamed limestone flags 5 Partial demolition of existing natural stone wall 6 Stone wall transitioning gently into ground crossed by entrance driveway brick edging

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Planting bed [C4]

Existing driveway (self-binding gravel), slightly reshaped at edge Box topiary hedging planted in ground [C430]

Existing sculpture

Tapered height stone wall [B491] - see CJW/039/05-A

Planting bed [C4]

Seeded Meadow grass [C255] 1

Reused cobble edging [B760]

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New stone paving [B740]

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Horizontal trellis screen above existing wall [B826]

Box cubes Existing deck

Box balls [C430] 4

2 planters on castors

Turf [C300] with bulbs

12 Chestnut slatted screen to match screen above [B827]

See CJW/039/07

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Planting holes prepared for wall shrubs, vine eyes and support wires fixed to blockwork [C430]

Bubble fountain [B1115] - see CJW/039/09

DESIGN PLAN

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Stone bridges over pools [B795] Reflecting pools [B1112] - see CJW/039/08

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Raised planting bed [B770]

See CJW/039/05

Existing Hornbeams topdressed with gravel [B780]

REFERENCES

[B000]

Landscape contractor

Bricks and stone

Supplied aggregates/cement

Building materials

TSLandscapes

London Stone

FKS BuildBase (Newbury)

CMA BuildBase (Calne)

79 Andover Road, Newbury, Berkshire RG14 6JH Tel 01635 569 251 Web www.tslandscapes.co.uk

Vermeulen’s Garden centre, Horton Road, Stanwell Moor, Middlesex TW19 6AE Tel 01753 212 950 Web www.londonstone.co.uk

Unit A, Mandarin Ct, Hambridge Rd, Newbury RG14 5SU Tel 01635 573 700 Web www.buildbase.co.uk

Oxford Rd, Calne, Wiltshire SN11 8RT SylvanStudio PROFESSIONAL GARDEN DESIGN Tel 01249 810500 Web www.buildbase.co.uk by Christine Whatley

Bricks and paviors

Turf

© Copyright Sylvan Studio 2013

Drawing title

Cross references to Specification CJW/039/S1

Designer Trellis for orchard

J Brant (Reclamation)

Spearhead Turf

5 High Street, Erlestoke, Devizes, Wiltshire SN10 5TX Tel 01380 830 262 Web www.sylvanstudio.co.uk

Bouchier Fencing Ltd

Lakeside Garden Centre, Brimpton Common Road, Reading RG7 4RT Tel 0118 981 3882 Web www.jbrant.co.uk

Lords Ground Drove, Cambridge CB25 0LQ Scale 1:200 on A3 Tel 01638 742901 Website www.spearheadturf.co.uk

Wildflower seed mix

Re-constituted concrete kerb stone

MAS Seeds Ltd

Trellis for parking area

South Coast stone

14 Golding Avenue, Marlborough, Wiltshire, SN8 1TH Tel 0800 0854 399 Web www.meadowmania.co.uk

Vastern Timber Co Ltd

Unit 3 + 4, New Barn Farm, Main Road Funtington PO18 9DA Tel 01243 576841 Web www.southcoaststone.co.uk

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The Sawmills, Studley, Calne, Wiltshire SN11 9NH Tel 01249 813 173

18a The Green Calne Wiltshire SN11 8DQ Client

Christine Whatley of Sylvan Studio

Goring Road, Reading, West Berkshire RG8 0QD Tel 01491 681 265 Web www.bouchierfencing.co.uk

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Fiona Campbel Date

September 2013

Key Plan

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Drawn by

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Christine What

Note: All dimensions must be checked on site and must not be scaled from this

Hornbeam, buxus and general planting Chichester Trees and Shrubs

Palace Lane, Beaulieu, Brockenhurst SO24 7YG Web www.ctsplants.com

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COUNTRY LIVING ARALIA Aralia gave this renovated 19th century cottage a modern country garden with a family friendly focus

SHORTLISTED

MEDIUM RESIDENTIAL GARDEN CATEGORY (BETWEEN 400-3,000M2)

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he clients wanted Aralia’s garden design to add emphasis and value to the property, making it both functional and more aesthetically pleasing. They were after a contemporary style to complement a renovated 19th century cottage with a now largely modern fascia. Closer to the house (around the pool) was to be more contemporary and the wider landscape was to be softer and classical. Overall the clients wanted a child friendly family garden. The design The design encompassed features that were beyond the clients’ expectations and outside of their initial brief, but which Aralia identified would add enormously to their pleasure and use of the garden (ie paddlestone walls, paddlestone stacks and tree seat etc). The clients now have a series of garden rooms which link PERSPECTIVE VIEW beautifully and draw the user into and around the immediate garden and out into the wider garden space. The views from inside the house are now much improved all year round.

Wednesday House Oak Pergola

4450

1765

2365

3800

3850 100 200

PLAN VIEW Green Oak Noggins to prevent rafters twisting 100 x 50 mm

SECTION/ ELEVATION VIEW (SIDE)

2365

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50 300

2 View across newly reconditioned swimming pool and stone terrace to the landscape beyond

Green Oak Posts 100 x 100 x 3000mm

100

3 Rustic paddle stone coloums provide structure to the herbaceous planting scheme

2100

4 Long view across the pool to the newly built paddle stone walls and rustic oak pergola

3850

5 Magnificent array of tulips presents an ever changing tapestry of colour in spring

Project value £100k

Planting bed

200 Concrete surround 350 x 600mm with haunching as shown

Build time April 2011 to June 2013 (bulb planting in October 2013) Size of project 679m2

Green Oak Rafters 1 Finished garden with tree seat, split stone stack 150 x 50 mm columns and wooden arbour over seating area

2175

PROJECT DETAILS 600

SECTION/ ELEVATION VIEW (FRONT)

2100

1965

Concrete surround 350 x 600mm with haunching as shown

ABOUT ARALIA

This detail to be referred to only as a guide, the responsibility remains with the user to ensure sound construction methods appropriate to the site

YOUR CONTACT

Pat Fox

TELEPHONE NUMBER

01279 730 040

DRAWING REFERENCE

Construction Drawing

DATE

19th Jan 2012

CLIENT

Mark and Kirsten Button

SITE

Wednesday House

DETAIL

2. Oak Pergola

SCALE

Aralia is an award winning and visionary design practice which works to the highest professional standards, continually pushing the boundaries and exploring new concepts for landscape design. It has a strong track record of delivering residential gardens which are unique to each of its clients with a distinct character that relates to both the architecture of the house and the surrounding landscape.

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The design also included an oak frame gazebo with red peg tiled roof for a lounge area off the pool, complementary changing room building, further oak pergola and a new entertaining area off the annexe, incorporating raised vegetable beds for experimental planting for the young family. It was essential to introduce some height and drama into the garden and the majority of the planting beds were redesigned with a rich tapestry of plants that would provide both structure and colour. The design needed to seamlessly link the 19th century cottage to the garden and the surrounding landscape. Aralia used a holistic approach to its spatial planning to the garden spaces, creating a very special journey for the clients and their growing family. Materials After discussing the brief with the client, ideas were researched for a material palette and a mood board created. After close liaison with the client a feel for the type of materials intended to be used inside (following renovations) was achieved, as well as on the exterior. Background research was carried out into the materials used in the local rural landscape and architecture, to reference within the design. Once selections were made, samples of all materials were collated and sent to the client for approval. Aralia then worked closely with consultant contractors, timber specialists and stone suppliers to ascertain which of the proposed materials would be most suitable for the scheme, and for its structural purpose. Challenges The garden was planned to be built in four phases, but there was a time when the pool renovations were taking place at the same time as the immediate surrounding garden area at the clients’ request. This was tricky as the surrounding paving was being laid at the same time as cross traffic was accessing the pool area.

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REFERENCES

1 Clipped topiarised bay surrounded by a herbaceous planting scheme 2 Herbaceous ground cover and climbers soften the existing wall 3 Deep substantial planting beds set within the stone terrace 4 Wispy grass such as Stipa gigantean softens the view back to the house

5 Bespoke oak and paddle stone seat 6 Heavy equipment was required to refurbish the pool and surroundings 7 The pool before work began 8 The newly refurbished pool 9 Paddle stone columns add structure and drama 10 Just the plants to be installed

Landscaper

Plants and shrubs

TKE Landscapes

Robin Tacchi

Saffron House, Rookery Lane, Wendens Ambo, Essex CB11 4JS Tel 01799 542411 Email great.gardens@tkelandscaping.co.uk Web www.tkelandscaping.co.uk

Fen Farm/Fen Lane, Diss, Norfolk IP22 2RL Tel 01953 681312 Web www.robintacchiplants.com Oak-framed gazebo Built by TKE Landscapes

Stone paving Ashfield Stone

Ashfield Stone, Regents House, 42 Pinbush Road, South Lowestoft Ind Estate, Lowestoft NR33 7NL Tel 01502 528877 Email sales@ashfieldgroup.com Web www.ashfieldgroup.com

Saffron House, Rookery Lane, Wendens Ambo, Essex CB11 4JS Tel 01799 542411 Email great.gardens@tkelandscaping.co.uk Web www.tkelandscaping.co.uk Shorea screening

Unit 1, Boundary Road, Haverhill,Suffolk, CB9 7YH Tel 0844 846 0240 Email sales@mazerattan.com Web www.mazerattan.com

Thorndon Sawmills, The Avenue, Brentwood, Essex CM13 3RZ Tel 01277 260810 Email online@eoburton.com Web www.eoburton.com

Paddlestone walling

Pool house

CED Stone Group

The Classic Shed Company

728 London Road, West Thurrock, Grays, Essex RM20 3LU Tel 01708 867237 Email sales@ced.ltd.uk Web www.ced.ltd.uk

Creake Road, Burnham Market, Norfolk PE31 8EA Tel 01328 823413 Web www.classic-sheds.co.uk

Oak framing

Swimming pool refurbishment

UK Timber Ltd

Gunton Swimming Pools

The Gas Depot, Weldon Road, Corby, Northamptonshire NN17 5UE Tel 01536 267107 Email sales@uk-timber.co.uk Web www.uk-timber.co.uk

Unit 10B, West Station Yard Spital Road, Maldon Essex CM9 6TR Tel 01621 842555 Email swim@guntonpools.co.uk Web www.guntonpools.co.uk

Maze Rattan

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E O Burton & Co Ltd

Garden furniture

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UP AND COMING STEWART LANDSCAPE CONSTRUCTION Stewart Landscape was commissioned by London’s Ham Yard Hotel to realise the design for a new terrace roof garden

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am Yard Hotel is a large new boutique hotel by Firmdale PLC, occupying the site of an old multi-storey car park at Piccadilly Circus in central London. The design of the new building incorporated a roof garden, intended primarily for entertaining and as an area for guests to relax. Some of the roof areas were surfaced as ‘green roofs’ by a specialist company, but the main open air terrace was transformed by Stewart Landscape into a large informal area with Mediterranean style planting and a vegetable garden. Design and construction The layout of the roof garden was designed by Claire Hewitson and Kit Kemp from Firmdale, with Stewart Landscape providing the detailing and construction. The design revolved around two large planters built from railway sleepers and a reclaimed French village water fountain. Sawn York stone laid on a pedestal system was used for the surrounding paving. Two large old olive trees and lengths of Buxus hedging formed the structural planting, while the herbaceous planting was designed to add colour and scent, furthering the feeling of a Mediterranean oasis in the centre of London. Boundary detailing was created using

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ABOUT STEWART LANDSCAPE CONSTRUCTION LTD Stewart Landscape Construction Ltd was formed by Mark Richardson, who has been involved in commercial and domestic landscaping for more than 15 years. The company specialises in bespoke urban gardens, including terraces and roof gardens. The soft landscaping division carries out the planting of semi-mature trees and shrubs, soil decompaction and grass seeding. A design and consultancy service is also available to deal with planning issues. www.stewartlandscape.co.uk

PROJECT DETAILS Project value £75k Build time April to July 2014 Size of project 300m2

glass-reinforced plastic planters clad in willow weave while a clipped Pyracantha hedge interspaced with steel hoops supporting climbing Trachelospermum jasminoides, acted as the boundary. Vegetable garden The vegetable garden was constructed in a similar format with smaller planters. Two large Arbutus trees formed the initial structure and the perimeter planting continued from the social area along with pear and apple espaliers. A variety of vegetables were planted and they are now harvested to use as the dish of the day in the restaurant. There is also a wildflower garden and a small shed with a Sedum roof. A lightweight growing medium with a drainage substrate below was used throughout the planting areas. Furniture The social area was designed to be relaxing, but the furniture used is very quirky in feel. Large tables were made from huge pieces of driftwood and a grand piano with its inner

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workings removed was clad in silver plate to form a giant ice bucket!

1 Completed roof terrace, Ham Yard Hotel

Challenges The crane used to lift the landscaping materials onto the roof was programmed in as part of the wider development and only a single lift could be allocated to the

3 Vegetable garden including two large Arbutus trees along with pear and apple espaliers

2 Social area with bespoke furniture made from driftwood

4 Completed vegetable beds 5 Relaxing social area

WINNER

PROJECT VALUE £25,000-£75,000

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project. There was no storage facility for materials at street level so all deliveries had to be made on a timed schedule. The furniture needed to be lifted at the same time, making space on the roof extremely limited and meaning that construction works had to be handled with great care and accuracy. Sourcing the willow for the cladding was also a challenge, as stock was delayed due to flooding on the Somerset levels. As a result, we redesigned the sizes of the panels, allowing them to be taken up onto the roof in the internal lifts at a later date. Having overcome these challenges and completed the project successfully and in time for the grand opening, hotel guests are now enjoying their own small corner of the Mediterranean in the most urban of settings. 1 Completing planting in raised beds 2 A grand piano with its inner workings removed is used as a giant ice bucket 3 Construction of work area 4 Furniture and sculptures waiting to be placed 5 Railway sleepers being laid in preparation for planting

REFERENCES

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Planters

Willow panels

Stewart Landscape

Ebben Nurseries

Equinox GRP

Whites Farm

Staplefords Farm, Alphamstone, Bures, Suffolk CO8 5DT Tel 01787 269 920 Email info@stewartlandscape.co.uk Web www.stewartlandscape.co.uk

Beerseweg 45, 5431 LB Cuijk, Postbus 124, 5430 AC Cuijk, The Netherlands Tel 0485 31 20 21 Email info@ebben.nl Web www.ebben.nl/en

Unit 9, Lamberhurst Farm Industrial Estate, Dargate, Faversham, Kent ME13 9EP Tel 01227 750028 Web www.equinoxproducts.co.uk

Bures Road, White Colne, Essex CO6 2QF Tel 01787 227171 Web www.whites-farm.co.uk

Substrate

Plants

Hedging

Green-tech Ltd

Robin Tacchi Plants

Robin Tacchi Plants

Rabbit Hill Park, Great North Road, Arkendale, Knaresborough HG5 0FF Tel 01423 332 100 Email sales@green-tech.co.uk Web www.green-tech.co.uk

Fen Farm, Fen Lane, Diss, Norfolk IP22 2RL Tel 01953 681 312 Web www.robintacchiplants.com

Fen Farm, Fen Lane, Diss, Norfolk IP22 2RL Tel 01953 681312 Web www.robintacchiplants.com

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BUILDING TRUST COMPLETE GROUND MANAGEMENT

WINNER Grounds Maintenance –

Free Public Access

Complete Ground Management Ltd won a BALI National Landscape Award recently for the maintenance of its North and North East Parks contract in Milton Keynes

C

omplete Ground Management Ltd (CGM) has had an excellent working relationship with The Parks Trust in Milton Keynes for more than 25 years, undertaking many long term maintenance contracts together with specialist arboricultural works and one-off projects. It won the North and North East Parks in 2012 on a twelve-year contract, adding to its reputable portfolio. The Parks Trust is an independent charity that cares for many of Milton Keynes’ parks and green spaces, adding up to more than 2,000ha of river valleys, woodlands, lakesides, parks and landscaped areas along the main roads – about 25% of the new city area. The contract North and North East Parks is one of the largest and highest profile contracts within the city, containing some of the most popular

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parks and open spaces and covering a total of 388ha. Incorporated within this area is a diverse range of parkland together with formal parks, ancient woodlands and sections of the Grand Union Canal all running through the heart of Milton Keynes. Steep banks represent challenging gradients for CGM staff and require specialist machinery to overcome, including Aebi’s front-mounted flail mower and Ferris rotary. CGM assigns dedicated litter pickers throughout to ensure a high standard of cleanliness. The collection of parks boasts a wealth of facilities that cater for all ages, abilities and interests while also playing host to major annual festivals, all of which are owned and managed by The Parks Trust. Maintenance Befitting of such a large and diverse contract, CGM employs a dedicated team of 12 staff to undertake the bulk of the cyclical works (mowing, pruning, spraying, trimming etc) and 1 & 2 Campbell Park 3 Sundial sculpture, Campbell Park

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DAY-TO-DAY DUTIES

(DEPENDENT ON SEASON) ● Litter collection and bin emptying ● Leaf clearance of specific areas ● Sweeping/blowing footpaths of

goose/sheep droppings/leaves

● Raking wood chippings in play areas ● Cleaning of play equipment

● Checking and clearance of SUDS

grills and pond areas

● Ditch clearance

● Riverside maintenance ● Mowing

● Herbicide application

● Shrub pruning by species ● Coppicing

● Hedge cutting

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REFERENCES Landscape contractor and management Complete Ground Management Ltd

Green Farm, Weedon Lois, Towcester, Northants NN12 8PL Tel 01327 860 162 Fax 01327 860 834 Email info@c-g-m.net Machinery George Browns Implements Ltd

standard day-to-day tasks. Further assistance is given to tackle seasonal tasks such as coppicing, pruning by species, haymaking and hedge cutting. As with the labour element, CGM provides dedicated sign written vehicles, machinery and equipment to undertake core works while using CGM’s impressive fleet for the more specialist requirements. During the last two and a half years, the team has taken ownership of the contract and actively works with The Parks Trust to encourage good environmental practices by the many users of the parks. Waste reduction has been at the forefront of CGM’s eco-friendly measures including disposing of chipping arisings on the land and cutting grass regularly, keeping clippings to a minimum.

BALI members for many years, December’s ceremony represented a successful maiden entry for CGM. The Awards are designed to showcase the exceptionally high standards of professionalism and skill of BALI members. David Elkington, managing director of CGM, said: “The BALI Awards are one of the landscape industry’s highest accolades so I’m delighted that all of the team’s hard work and dedication has been recognised by the winning of this award. We took the judge on a 10km bike ride along the many purpose built red-ways to view the extensive park network maintained and to show the comprehensive range of techniques we use to keep such a diverse range of parks to standards of which we can all be proud.”

Bali Award CGM was ‘very proud’ to announce recently that it had won a BALI Award in the Free Public Access category for the maintenance of this prestigious contract. Despite being

1 Tree cathedral, Newlands

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Grovebury Road, Leighton Buzzard LU7 4UX Tel 01525 372 062 Web www.georgebrowns.co.uk Tools and equipment Tudor Environmental

1 Falkland Close, Charter Avenue Industrial Estate, Coventry CV4 8AU Tel 02476 856 846 Web www.tudorenvironmental.co.uk

ABOUT COMPLETE GROUND MANAGEMENT LTD

3 Chain reaction sculpture, Campbell Park

CGM is a landscaping and tree management business founded in 1990. CGM provides grounds management to local authorities, commercial and domestic clients throughout the Midlands and continues to strive for professional e cellence and innovation. he company offers a ull range of landscaping, arboricultural and pest control and is always seeking new opportunities to provide its unique range of services to the discerning client. Proud to be a 2015 BALI award winner.

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NURSERY NEWS Palmstead Nurseries announces return of landscape workshop

Palmstead Nurseries has announced its acclaimed Soft Landscape Workshop will be returning this year. The workshop will be held on Wednesday, September 14, 2016 and the topic covered will be ‘Plants Make Us Better’. It will look at the health and wellbeing benefits of plants, including their pollution mitigation properties, and will investigate which plants are better than others. Garden and landscape designer Jinny Blom will be one of the speakers at the workshop. Other speakers will be announced later. Jinny Blom has practised as a landscape and garden designer since 2000 and is a board member of the Therapeutic Landscapes network in Beacon, America, which is a non-profit organisation that provides information, education and inspiration about the relationship between health, wellbeing and landscapes. Delegate booking will go online in April 2016. www.palmstead.co.uk www.prolandscapermagazine.com

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Tendercare to host second talk in February Tendercare has announced that garden designers Sally Court and Helen Billetop will present at the next TendercareTalk on Thursday, February 25, 2016. The talk starts at 5pm at the nursery in Denham, Middlesex, and will focus on ‘Englishwomen Abroad:

Gardens of the Night Skies’. There will be refreshments and a garden lighting demonstration in the Plant Hunters Garden to show the different effects that can be achieved using the wide range of fittings available to designers. TendercareTalks launched in December 2015 and is a series of afternoon talks aimed at providing expert insight and know-how on topical issues and new products to those working in the horticultural trade industry. The talks are also an opportunity for a tour of the nursery, a catch-up with others in the industry and to speak about upcoming plant needs. To RSVP to the event, email sales@tendercare.co.uk www.tendercare.co.uk

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Burncoose Nursery started the New Year by potting some very large Gunnera Manicata. How topical, with the present climate being water, water and more water! These Gunnera crowns, dug up from a customer’s stream which runs down to the coast just west of St Ives, are approximately seven years old, and took some potting. When these root through they will provide some hefty specimens for our Chelsea Flower Show display. The camellias and azaleas in our on-site woodland garden are coming into bloom early due to the mild weather, which prompts customers to buy our potted nursery stock several weeks earlier than previous years.

Majestic Trees in final of AIPH International Grower of the Year Awards 2016

Majestic Trees has been announced as a finalist in the Finished Plants and Trees category of the AIPH International Grower of the Year Awards 2016. Dutchmaster Nurseries in Canada, Costa Farms in the US and Dashun International Flower in China have all been announced as finalists. The Awards Gala Dinner takes place on Thursday January 28, 2016, during IPM Essen, Germany – held in partnership with headline sponsor FloraHolland and founding partner FloraCulture International (FCI). The awards

event commences at 6pm with a drinks reception followed by a four-course dinner and ceremony. Chris Beytes, editor of GrowerTalks and Green Profit magazine, is to be the master of ceremonies and after the awards there will be an evening of celebration with live entertainment and international networking. An individual ticket costs €190+VAT per person and group tickets cost €170+VAT per person (minimum one table of 10 seats). www.aiph.org/groweroftheyear

Our present stock of herbaceous perennials are also thinking about shooting, as until now the temperature here in Cornwall has barely dropped below 10ºC. That’s warm even by Cornish standards. The weather has therefore prompted us to bring forward our herbaceous bare root and liner order by two weeks to start potting production in earnest for 2016 by the end of January. www.burncoose.co.uk Pro Landscaper / February 2016 53

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Best for: Border colour he cr m on colo r of Helenium ‘Moerheim Beauty’ makes it versatile for both hot orange-red borders and milder pastel cheme . fanta t c a et to any garden, they grow around a metre tall and are a magnet for bees and other pollinators. Flowering between late June and early September, plant now for a superb reward in summer. www.howardnurseries.co.uk Best for: Exotic evergreen The Dasylirion acrotrichum is a m t for an arch tect ral look. lant n f ll n n gr tt compo t that drains well and leave plenty of pace aro n t o t can be a m re . he make e cellent coa tal plant an work e pec all well on roof terrace . ltho gh e to e ert con t on the g e m ch better re lt f watere regularly until established, but o erwater ng can lea to rott ng. an reach . m ameter. www.architecturalplants.com

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One of the greatest joys of horticulture for me has to be the sheer excitement of discovering and growing new plants. I spend endless hours ogling nursery websites, with my head stuck in the latest catalogue, or best of all, perusing local nurseries to see what gems they have hidden away. Fortunately for me, I have the incredible privilege of being able to call this work, spending much of my day working amongst one of the most diverse selections of herbaceous perennials in the UK. I’m like a kid in a sweet shop. With the new year upon us, here is a sneak peak at some new cultivars that look to take 2016 by storm. Below are five of my favourites. All of them are remarkably reliable and I believe we’ll be seeing a lot of them in the coming year.

Helenium ‘Mardi Gras’ Height and spread – 100cm x 80cm Flowering time – late June through to August Cultivation – thrives in full sun and a moist but well drained soil By far my favourite Helenium cultivar, this is a spectacular new introduction that offers a kaleidoscope of rich, hot burnt oranges and reds. It is an invaluable plant for any hot planting scheme, adding a real zing to the midsummer border. 56

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Baptisia ‘Vanilla Cream’ Height and spread – 90cm x 90cm Flowering time – May through to August Cultivation – grows well in full in sun, even in poor to average soil Elegant and delicate primrose spires, set off by its airy blue/green foliage. This sophisticated new introduction provides a classy addition to any planting plan. Thalictrum diffusiflorum Height and spread – 90cm x 30cm Flowering time – late June through to mid August Cultivation – thrives in partial shade and a moist but well drained soil A Thalictrum, but not as you know it. Incredibly beautiful, large delicate flowers that are easily mistakable for those of a Clematis. The petals are a stunning clear lilac colour and would make a great addition to any woodland planting. Geum ‘Alabama Slammer’ Height and Spread – 25cm x 25cm Flowering time – May through to July Cultivation – drought tolerant, likes a position in a free draining soil After the huge success of G. ‘Totally Tangerine’ at the RHS Chelsea Flower show last year, we now have a new kid on the block. Aptly named after the cocktail, it boasts the most incredible golden crimson frilled petals, which are produced on wiry purple stems. Who doesn’t love a good cocktail in the garden?

Verbascum ‘Firedance’ Height and Spread – 100cm x 50cm Flowering time – May through to July, will repeat flower Cultivation – loves full tt Co sun and a well drained dys r a H © site, avoid winter wet If you’re looking to add that extra ‘wow’ moment into your planting this year, this is definitely one for you. With the most incredible bold, bloodshot red colour, like a towering inferno erupting out of borders.

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Based on the new and exciting plants that are becoming available, I predict that we can look forward to more sophisticated yet understated pastel colours in 2016. Infused with an injection of hot oranges, purples and reds, these will create planting schemes that not only ooze with style and sophistication, but also have that zing of a bright summer’s day. What more could anyone ask for?

ABOUT JAMIE BUTTERWORTH Graduating from RHS Garden Wisley with a distinction in summer 2015, avid plantsman Jamie now works as joint show plant manager at Hortus Loci, growing the plants for major flower shows such as RHS Chelsea, Hampton Court and Tatton. Jamie is a YoungHort associate director and RHS Young Ambassador, promoting horticulture to young people across the UK. In addition to this, Jamie is also a gardening broadcaster for BBC Radio London.

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Planting should not be considered secondary to hard landscaping. New contributor Andy McIndoe advises on selecting for quality Hard landscaping often claims the lion’s share of the budget for a project and it’s only afterwards that the planting is considered. I fear that plants are often an afterthought. Ask the old school cash and carry or amenity nursery and they may tell you: “Landscapers like it big, they don’t mind the plants a bit tall and leggy.” In reality that means they’ve probably been hanging around for a season or two, pot bound, weed infested and starved. Don’t believe it when they say: “They’ll really take off once they’re in the ground”. Most just deteriorate. The secret to a successful project is to use the best quality plants you can and plant them with care. Specification is important but if you have horticultural knowledge, be prepared to use it. Pot size Price is usually based on pot size rather than plant size and maturity. How often have you gone to plant a 10L specimen only to find the

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CONSIDERING QUALITY compost falls away from a 2L or 3L plant? Would you really pay that much more for extra compost? There is often little difference between 2L and 3L stock. They have a shorter shelf life than larger pots because there is less growing medium to support the plant. But if it’s from a fresh crop that’s just ready it is usually a good buy. Similarly, there is little difference between a 7.5L and a 10L plant. I defy anyone to tell the difference once the plant is in the ground. Larger pot perennials can be very disappointing early in the season if they have just been potted. A root fragment of aconitum or paeonia in a big pot of compost is never value for money. Insist on overwintered stock or you might as well plant P9s. Buying tips Look for a well developed root system, but with plenty of growing medium still visible. Don’t be afraid to check and make sure those roots are alive before you accept the stock. Field grown Buxus and Taxus are examples of plants that are often lifted and crammed into pots of soggy compost. You may come across a smell of decay and dead roots at the bottom of the pot. Choose larger specimens for key plants and those that are slower to make impact. Choisya is slow growing for the first year or two making a 10L plant a worthwhile investment. On the other hand a 3L Sambucus planted in spring should make a significant impact in its first season. Avoid buying last season’s roses, they rarely succeed. It may be that the mycorrhizal system has collapsed. Once planted they fail to establish a new system, even if ground preparation is good and beneficial fungi are added.

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Managing director of Provender Nurseries Richard McKenna and Liz Hughes, his marketing executive, invited Pro Landscaper’s Fay Tate to spend a day with them to see first hand how the business runs. Their 17-acre site in Swanley, Kent supplies a diverse range of plants to trade professionals throughout London, the south east and further afield

The day started with a tour of the site and watching nursery workers Alex and Adam arrange new stock to create an inviting and inspiring display in the first glasshouse. I was fascinated to learn that Provender Nurseries produces its own soil, topsoil, top dressing, root zone mixes and other growing media on site and store manager David Topping talked me through the process. The nursery has two screening machines. One has an 18mm mesh and is used for the majority of soil while the other has a 6mm mesh and is used primarily for sports turf. Wayne from the operations team transported the raw materials from a holding site to the screener, where they were emptied into the machine and any roots, turf and stones were removed.

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David said that Provender Nurseries could produce soil for any situation but there were three topsoil mixes it regularly made: a 70/30 blend of soil and compost for general use; a 50/50 blend of soil and compost for mature trees and specimens and 100% horse manure which was sourced from local farmers. Provender Nurseries can produce 600t of bagged soil and 200t of loose soil a month in the high season. After lunch, I sat down with nursery manager Stuart Tickner, who told me about the Department for Environment, Food and Rural Affairs (Defra) and the protocols he has to follow when receiving plant stock from abroad. Stuart has a list of notifiable plants affected by pests and diseases. If a plant on the list arrives at the nursery, he has to inform Defra, in which case inspectors visit the nursery, examine the plant and the paperwork and, if they are deemed a threat, follow DEFRA protocol. Provender Nurseries is diligent in its approach to plant health and realises the importance of complying with DEFRA guidelines. Stuart has to keep an eye on his plant stock and do regular maintenance so I joined him and his apprentice, Ben, pruning roses, cutting back the stems and checking each plant for any abnormalities. I spoke about training to apprentices Paige and Ben and full employees Carl and Daisy, who completed their apprenticeships in 2015. Provender Nurseries works closely with

Hadlow College in Kent to help school and college leavers get into the industry. Daisy, who works in production horticulture with Carl and Ben and helps with the irrigation system, said

that all the staff at the nursery were really supportive and Carl added that the apprenticeship had helped him decide that he wanted to specialise in trees. It was an interesting day and Pro Landscaper will be keeping in contact with Provender Nurseries for future events and developments. CONTACT Provender Nurseries The Landscape Centre, Leydenhatch Lane, Swanley, Kent BR8 7PS

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In a countryside garden planters should blend into their surroundings and complement the adjacent plant life. The classic Tuscan look of Terracino lends itself perfectly to a cottage style garden. Hand-finished warm and natural planters are available in a wide range of designs and sizes ranging from 10-100cm in diameter. Updated manufacturing techniques make it a reliable option. Its durable credentials, versatility and timeless look make it a popular choice among designers. On a practical note, Terracino is fired in high-powered gas kilns to a much higher temperature than standard Terracotta, resulting in frost resistance up to -40°C.

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Historic houses, public and government buildings are seen by the public as prestigious places; however, in the horticultural industry, one such place has to be the Head Office of the British Association of Landscape Industries (BALI). There was not a BALI Head Office, Warwickshire huge area of Q Lawn grade turf installed by BALI member David Fisher, who is based at Bidford-on-Avon, but this small meterage will be seen by many in the industry. The deep green colour of this organic product is emphasised during the mild winter and is great value for money. Nurseries at Q Lawns, Turfland and Stewarts Turf have been merged by their owners Harrowden Turf Ltd to create a uniformed brand, to embed shared values for efficient operations and continued investment. Trade price £1.45m2 ex VAT. WWW.HARROWDENTURF.CO.UK

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Lindum’s range of wildflower and sedum mixtures specifically for use on green roofs are UK grown and supplied as ready-to-roll-out green roof mats to provide an instant vegetation layer. Lindum SedumPlus is a pure sedum mat, sown with 16 stunning varieties of sedum to combine drought tolerance with extended interest and colour throughout the growing season. Lindum Wildflower & Perennial Mat, developed as an alternative to pure sedum, includes a ready established mixture of drought tolerant wildflowers, herbs, flowering perennials and sedum that will flourish in the conditions created on a green roof. WWW.LINDUMGREENROOFS.CO.UK

Green-tree Roof Garden Substrate is an established growing media in the Green-tree family of products.

A blend of lightweight aggregate and award-winning Green-tree topsoil, the Intensive Roof Garden growing media is ideal for green roof construction projects, as demonstrated at Chancellors Court Roof Garden in Leeds, and particularly containerised planting. Lightweight in texture with good water-holding capacity, it guarantees healthy plants and trees in a roof garden environment. WWW.GREEN-TREE.CO.UK

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GREEN ROOFS

The Sedum Green Roof S Pod or modular tray system, as used on the Manchester Trams project, contains all the necessary layers to make a green roof, cutting down on installation time and expense. The trays can easily be lifted for maintenance purposes and include a filter fleece to combat leaching into the drainage area. A unique expanding clay section in the reservoir chamber stops water becoming stagnant during the winter months. WWW.SEDUMGREENROOF.CO.UK

The Woodhorn Group’s Earth Cycle range of green roof substrates are created from BS3882 topsoil combined with composted bark, crushed aircrete, brick fines, expanded clay and PAS100 compost. These products are designed to make the substrate growing media lightweight and are ideal for intensive and extensive applications. Used in roof gardens across the UK, as exampled in this project in Nottingham, the substrates are supplied for both commercial and domestic projects. The products are made entirely from recycled materials. WWW.EARTHCYCLE.CO.UK

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EQUIPMENT NEWS

Welcome to the equipment pages of Pro Landscaper, where we will be looking at new products and developments in the market. If you have any stories, please email them to editor@pro-landscaper.co.uk or tweet me @ProLanKit

New appointments strengthen Kubota supply chain

Matt Stubbs scoops 2015 ITUK Parts Manager of the Year The Isuzu Truck Parts Manager of the Year 2015 has been awarded to Matt Stubbs, who was representing Harry Moore Commercials, an Exeter-based dealership, in the annual competition. Matt accepted the award for the second time, having also won the prestigious accolade in 2013. Three finalists from each of Isuzu’s three parts regions attended a day at Haydock Park Racecourse for this year’s event along with representatives from all ITUK dealerships in the UK, followed by

an evening meal in Manchester. The judging of the award is partly based on the performance of each dealer being measured on an ongoing basis throughout the year. Brian Thorpe, UK network parts manager at Isuzu Truck, commented: “This hard earned award recognises the vital service that the parts operation

provides through our dealer network in delivering a highly customer focused and also revenue critical contribution to the business.” www.isuzu.co.uk

Carlton 1712 woodchipper now available in UK Orange Plant is now the UK’s exclusive supplier of the Carlton 1712 woodchipper. The company has brought the high productivity machine over from America, adapting it to make it compliant

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with all relevant EU legislation. The Carlton 1712, which offers a 305mm chipping capacity, is ideal for larger jobs and is well-known for its highly acclaimed range of stump grinders. It provides an ideal balance of capacity, economy and portability, featuring a 300x440 mm throat and 700x1200mm

infeed hopper opening. The precision high-speed balanced cutting disc has a diameter of 950mm with four knives. The adaptations made to the American based model include fitting the machine with a 74hp engine, ensuring that it complies with engine emission regulations. The 1712 is currently on the hire fleet at Orange Plant’s Peterborough depot, but can be relocated if required due to the company’s national depot network. www.orangeplant.co.uk

Kubota has strengthened its supply chain and logistics offering with the appointment of two new departmental figureheads, Solly Wilson as supply chain manager and Tim Fowler as warehouse manager. Solly joined the equipment provider in July last year, bringing with him 20 years of industry experience. He will look after 80 employees within a multitude of supply chain disciplines, including logistics, purchasing, facilities management, warehousing and also the customer services department. Tim Fowler, who will report directly to Solly, has 25 years of experience in warehouse management both within his Canadian homeland and the UK. Joining the company in August this year, his remit will cover all warehousing duties and security on site, leading a team of 12 within the warehouse. Both new recruits will be stationed at Kubota’s Thame headquarters in Oxfordshire. www.kubota.co.uk www.prolandscapermagazine.com

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Ma ita o ers three-year warranty Makita is now offering its customers a full three-year extended warranty for grounds maintenance, landscaping and gardening equipment. As well as PDI dealers giving a free ‘pre-delivery inspection’ when purchasing Makita garden machinery, the company has also introduced its new extended warranty programme which includes all cordless, mains and petrol powered garden machinery from the ever-expanding range. Marketing manager for Makita

John Deere’s award-winning technicians

A record number of young service technicians have graduated from the latest John Deere Ag Tech, Parts Tech and Turf Tech advanced apprenticeship programmes. The programmes, which are newly run by national training provider ProVQ, saw 35 apprentices graduate, including Charlie Phipps from dealer Farol at Milton Common in Oxfordshire. Phipps was named Ag & Turf Apprentice of the Year for 2015, and earlier in the year also won a Service Technician www.prolandscapermagazine.com

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UK Kevin Brannigan said: “Makita believes that this extended warranty opportunity offers end user customers reassurance when purchasing any item of Makita garden machinery product in the UK. It also shows our confidence and our belief in the durability of Makita products for both professional and domestic customers.” When a garden machinery product is purchased via an approved Makita PDI dealer, the product will be registered online. After 12 months, the customer can return to the dealer for servicing and a standard one-year warranty which will then be extended for a further 24 months. www.makitauk.com

New managing director of ita anno nced Daniel Wilkinson has been appointed as the new managing director of Vitax as of January 1, 2016. The announcement comes after a company restructure following Paul Gooding’s decision to step aside to concentrate on his role as chairman. The focus for Daniel will be on driving the business forward, growing it both organically and through acquisition. He joined the company eight years ago following the acquisition of the Nutrel Group, of which he was the former owner and managing director. Daniel commented: “Vitax has experienced growth year on year and we need to keep that momentum going. 2016 will see a range of new products hit the market and plans are already well under way for the 2017 season.

“The challenge is how to take an already established brand and build on its success. Vitax already has a first class reputation; we just need to continue to innovate and work with our customers to ensure we have the right products to meet demand.” www.vitax.co.uk

ew finance o tions for Etesia customers Apprentice of the Year Award from John Deere’s previous training provider Babcock. Parts Apprentice of the Year was awarded to Grant Stearman of Ben Burgess Beeston in Norfolk. The certificates were handed out in December at the John Deere Forum visitor centre in Mannheim, Germany, during the annual graduation visit to the company’s tractor and cab factories and European Parts Distribution Centre (EPDC). The presentations were made by Helmut Korthoeber, Deere & Company’s Region 2 marketing director, and Richard Halsall, John Deere Limited training centre manager. www.deere.co.uk

Etesia UK has announced that customers purchasing new Etesia and Pellenc machinery can now choose affordable lease and hire purchase finance options. The easy payment plans are designed to give buyers the power to enjoy their Etesia and/or Pellenc machinery straight away and help customers buy or lease the most up-to-date machine that they want without compromising cash flow. The company has introduced a range of finance products through its finance partners, allowing customers to spread the capital outlay over three years or less. It is now offering some of the most competitive rates, with each

package to be tailored around the individual’s budget requirements. If a three-year lease package was chosen, the customer has four options once this period is over; return the products at no extra cost, continue leasing the products, start a new lease agreement with new products, or purchase the products for a nominal fee. www.etesia.co.uk Pro Landscaper / February 2016 71

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EQUIPMENT It’s a decision we all have to make with vehicles and machinery, says Ian Mitchell. Somehow, it seems easier to get the car serviced than some of the capital equipment which works all year, but doesn’t have a service light on the dashboard! ● The Operator’s Instruction Book

Yes, that book again, it carries ALL the information you need for daily/weekly checks, as well as the service schedule. Manufacturers set service schedules to offer maximum protection to their products. On powered equipment, there may be several warranty requirements combined into one, as engines, hydraulic/electrical components and batteries all have individual warranties which have to be combined to create the single warranty agreement you get when purchasing a new machine. ● Dashboard readouts

Many modern machines now have digital readout screens, which advise on service requirements, and some even detail the scheduled service parts required. Consult the operator’s instruction book, or your local dealer to find out how to reset the readout. This can effect trade-in values later on.

● The warranty period

Failing to carry out the servicing, as per the required schedule, can cause problems with warranty claims, depending on the nature of the fault. So it makes sense to keep the service records for the machine up to date. If you are not using a main dealer to service, then you should have good records from your own servicing operation, and report any faults immediately to the main dealer. ● Costs & budgets No business likes to pay out on unnecessary items, particularly if that expenditure has not been provisioned in the annual budget. So, it’s important to understand what the manufacturer’s servicing schedule is, what the www.prolandscapermagazine.com

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likely costs of adhering to that are, and setting a maintenance budget accordingly. With a budget in place, you are then able to decide whether to make a saving by dropping a scheduled service. ● The hour meter Many of you will have a calendar based service schedule, but you should always track the hours a machine has worked as well. If it’s not done the expected hours in a particular period, then consider the service needs. If it’s way over the hours, you may need to bring the service forward, or include additional items. ● Inspection

The only way you’ll find out about the condition of the machine is to get it inspected by someone who knows what they are looking at. A simple condition report will assist you in determining what level of service is required. An inspection will also find all the damage and wear and tear on the machine, a lot of which will not be routine service work, so you can get all the parts ready, and minimise downtime. ● Engine oils All engines wear, and all engine oils need regular replacement. Yes, your car will go 15,000 miles on a single oil change, but that engine is not working as hard as one driving the hydraulic of electrically powered systems. NON-NEGOTIABLE ITEMS There is some stuff you just have to do, as the resulting bills far outweigh the costs savings. ● Air filters Critical to both performance and fuel consumption of diesels. They must be changed as per the schedule. Operators should be checking these regularly and reporting any faults.

● Hydraulic filters

These can be costly, but it’s nothing compared to the cost of new hydraulic pumps and motors. Always get them changed on time. Always buy genuine oil filters. ● Hydraulic oil This can be a big cost, and it’s not always needed. Get a sample kit and send the oil off to a laboratory. They will report on the condition of your oil (it’s a health check on the whole system), and whether you need to change it. ● Fuel filters Another must change item, in all engines. Modern diesel has bio content which can cause problems in fuel lines. Modern, lead-free petrol only has a shelf life of 30 days, before it starts to degrade. So flush out the fuel system and change all the filters at least once a year. So does it really need a service? What will you do if your machine fails during next season? If it’s not a core piece of equipment, then the impact of any downtime may not be that important. If it is (and machinery rarely breaks down conveniently), then it’s got to be worth a basic service at the very least! ABOUT IAN MITCHELL Ian Mitchell has 35 years’ experience in the turf machinery industry. High Five Training was set up in 2015 to provide a dedicated groundscare training service to the industry. Email: mitch@highfivetraining.co.uk Tel: 07484 295 296

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WHAT’S YOUR ROLE? KEVIN ASHMORE

Kevin Ashmore gives us the lowdown on his role as manager of Husqvarna UK’s Commercial Landscape and Groundcare division, its progress and plans for the future What responsibilities does your role involve on a day-to-day basis? I’m the manager responsible for the Husqvarna UK Commercial Landscape and Groundcare (CLG) division. We have two routes to market, one is the dealer channel, which sells to a broad spectrum of customers from commercial to homeowners. Our role with them is to help support and give focus to the commercial marketplace. The other is to national companies and I look to develop a business relationship with national organisations as these are not always easy for a lot of dealers to approach. I’m there to support the Husqvarna area business managers with all their choice Husqvarna products from a commercial perspective.

HUSQVARNA IS A WELL KNOWN LEADER FOR CHAINSAWS AND WE’RE WORKING TO PROVE THE SAME IN A BROADER MARKETPLACE How has your background in agricultural engineering supported your role? I spent 13 years in an agricultural and horticultural dealership called Blake and Beeley in Nottinghamshire. I started as a young mechanic in the workshop before becoming an irrigation engineer and moving into agricultural and irrigation sales. I was then asked to manage the horticultural machinery division and that was my introduction into this business. A few years later I joined Husqvarna on area sales and moved up the ranks to UK Sales Manager before being asked to take on my role as UK CLG Manager. 78

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What services does your team provide? I have a field based team of three who are geographically spread out. They go out on a day-to-day basis, providing dealer and customer support, demonstrations and product training. They would be very much the frontline team. It’s all about making the customer feel that we add value to their business. Is Husqvarna Fleet Services unique or are there other machinery manufacturers offering a similar service? Within our field, no. I understand that there is another company developing something for hand tools in the construction industry but I believe it is in its early stages. We are sort of pioneers in this development and we’ve not rushed into it. Not only do we develop the right functionality, we also make sure it is the best it can be. That’s a key thing for Husqvarna as a brand, we actually engage with the marketplace in development and testing. We have a broad cross section of customers that do just that and try to work with us in field trialling products before they are released into the marketplace. How did you become involved with Fleet Services? Fleet Services came out of the central brain in Sweden and was presented as a concept several years ago. As Husqvarna UK was involved in the commercial side of the business, its market focus fitted ideally with our customer base and so I became interested. We started getting involved in discussions with the central research and development team and then looked at doing some field trialling within the UK. We are still involved with the final testing of the finished system and promoting it ahead of a 2016 launch.

What challenges do you have to overcome and tackle in your position? I think the biggest challenge is to prove to customers that Husqvarna is a trusted business partner. Husqvarna is a well-known leader for chainsaws and we’re working to prove the same in a broader marketplace. You took on your role with the CLG team in June 2013. How has this evolved since then and how do you think you’ve helped to add value? We’ve garnered a number contracts with large companies, government departments and local professionals as Husqvarna commercial customers and that is a direct result of what we have done within the CLG team. We now have customers such as the Forestry Commission and Environment Agency as well as private enterprise in partnership with the dealers. What targets have you set your team for 2016? The targets for the team would be to develop and widen Husqvarna’s customer base using national and regional companies and to establish ourselves as a trusted CLG business partner offering more than just a product. Lastly to launch Fleet Services, paving the way for it to become a recognised business tool in the future of our industry. www.prolandscapermagazine.com

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MELISSA KING Twenty-five-year-old Melissa King has recently been promoted to senior landscape designer for private clients at Janine Pattison Studios

What first motivated you to pursue a career in garden design? My parents were instrumental in developing my interest and childhood games were centred around plants, sometimes even using their botanical names. From this, I learned how to care for the garden and help with growing vegetables as well as changing and maintaining the mixed herbaceous borders. I have always been a highly creative person and landscape design combines these two major interests in a unique way.

So what led you to choose design over practical gardening? When first looking to attend university, I was not 100% sure what I wanted to do. I enrolled on the interior design course at Falmouth University before switching to garden design when it was pointed out I was always choosing gardens to attribute my projects to rather than interiors. After attaining a BA in garden design, I became a gardener for a Welsh country house estate for under a year before realising I really wanted to use my degree and that gardening wasn’t what I wanted to do. I kept my eyes open for a design spot and managed to find one in Hertfordshire. When I needed a change I joined Janine Pattison Studios. 80

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Do you think having practical experience helps with design? Definitely. It is one thing to illustrate ideas but it is important to think about construction and maintenance. Our clients are either enthusiastic and involved in gardening or want a very low maintenance scheme - this can be due to passion and time or overseas travel and lifestyle. It’s about finding the balance – I think practically about the garden as well as trying to create something that is aesthetically pleasing. What do you enjoy most about your current position and what does it involve? Everything. I feel so lucky to be in the industry and a part of the JPS team. The ethos at JPS is about the ‘team’ to the core. The recruitment process is very stringent to make sure that anyone joining the team has a positive impact. Working collaboratively to reach the best solutions on a wide range of projects is really rewarding. I started as a landscape designer and now I am part of the senior management team working with top-end residential clients to be sure their expectations are met. I work alongside my colleague Luke to look after the schedule and ensure deadlines are kept. Do you have a favourite project? It is very difficult to choose a single project, but I have completed a number of projects in the care sector which I always find rewarding. It was particularly enjoyable to be involved in designing a new care home in Camberley, in which a large social area, a woodland garden, kitchen garden and an appealing entrance were combined to provide the residents and their families with a varied and tailored outside space. Being closely involved in the site planting of many JPS

schemes is also exciting, I love designing but it’s great to take these from plan through to fruition. How would you encourage more young people to take up garden design? Perhaps by bringing horticulture into the curriculum in primary school, including more access to outside space, gardening and plants. Children could begin to understand the value of green space and its influence on wellbeing and healthiness. This could then be continued through secondary school as an optional subject. Alternatively, more promotion of the field as well as encouragement to pursue art and design would be beneficial. www.prolandscapermagazine.com

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Hislop & Co Horticulture Ltd, a horticultural and aboricultural contractor maintaining commercial and residential grounds and gardens, seeks a grounds maintenance team leader. Must have practical experience of all aspects of horticulture and high end prestigious grounds maintenance, grass cutting with ride on, tractor and pedestrian mowers, hedge cutting, herbicide application and weed control and experience using various plants and machinery. Must have full clean UK driving licence, formal horticultural qualification to a minimum of Level 3 Certificate/Diploma, three to five years’ experience in horticulture and hold a PA1 and PA6 licence. For more details please go to www.horticulturecareers.co.uk

A position for a keen, hardworking grounds maintenance technician at PHS Greenleaf has opened up at PHS Greenleaf. Candidate must have experience in maintaining high end commercial sites, including grass cutting, hedge trimming, weed control and litter picking. Will also need PA1 and PA6 licence. Clean UK driving licence is preferred but not essential. Successful candidate will receive competitive salary, a company vehicle for driver positions only, qualify for bonus schemes and up to 28 days holiday including bank holidays.

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A skilled landscape gardener is required at BlueFish Landscaping & Equestrian Development Ltd to join their busy and expanding landscaping team. The right candidate should have at least five years’ experience as a skilled landscaper and be proficient in paving, timber framework and decking, groundwork, reading from plans, setting out, water feature construction, land sculpting and soft landscaping. Must be health and safety compliant. Training will be provided.

An experienced gardener is needed to manage a four acre country garden on the Dorset/Somerset border. The garden has extensive lawns, herbaceous and rose borders and kitchen garden with greenhouse. The candidate will need a horticultural qualification, excellent plant knowledge and good craft gardening skills. Ability to grow produce and undertake greenhouse work is also essential. Will need PA1 and PA6 certificates, have appropriate chainsaw certificates and be competent in using garden machinery, tractors and machinery maintenance.

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BLUEFISH LANDSCAPING & EQUESTRIAN DEVELOPMENT LTD Location: Surrey, Hampshire and south London

PGSD LTD Location: Hounslow and Hertfordshire Horticultural contractor PGSD Ltd has three vacancies in the educational maintenance department. An NVQ Level 2 is preferred with turf management experience for a fine sports turf landscape operative, experience in hedge cutting for a shrub border maintenance landscape operative and experience in sports marking is required for a sports marking landscape operative. Candidates with a CSCS card and a clean UK driving licence with B+E trailer entitlements and experience is not essential but preferred.

PHS GREENLEAF Location: Lower Macclesfield, Cheshire

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ANDERPLUS LTD Location: Grange-Over-Sands, Cumbria A dedicated landscape craftsman is needed in the Lake District with experience in natural paving and sett laying, stone walling and facing work, block and brickwork, excavator and dumper driving experience, joinery skills for pergolas and decking, rendering, turfing and lawn seeding and soft landscaping preparation. Candidate must have a full UK driving licence, and a trailer licence is preferable. For more details please go to www.horticulturecareers.co.uk

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FENCING TEAM LEADER

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A fencing team leader who has a good all round knowledge of fencing and previous experience with new build installations as well as excellent communication and supervisory skills is needed. The candidate will be responsible for the quality of work, meeting deadlines, organising the activities of team members and be able to read from site drawings. A CSCS card and a full UK driving licence are essential.

Landscape Associates is looking for an experienced gardener/horticulturalist who has had experience working in high end domestic gardens. Key duties include lawn cutting, edging, weeding, plant feeding, planting, spraying and maintenance of gardening equipment. The ideal candidate will have relevant qualifications in gardening or horticulture, comprehensive plant knowledge, experience with garden machinery and a full clean driving licence. Spray certificate is desirable.

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Deere X £95 £6’750 John Deere RDHST, deck, 24hp diesel, 4WD, HST – 1380 hrs Stihl FS38 Grass Strimmer (RRP: £149) -choice of 3 X748, from: £5’750 £8’000 John Deere 3320, 33hp,48” 4WD, turf tyres, roll bar John Stihl FS38Deere GrassX £267 £2’250 Stihl FS90R Brush Cutter – Loop Handle (RRP: £492) Etesia Bahia, 32” RD deck & collector, 2WD JDDeere 3235B with33hp Cab,diesel, 22” 8 4WD, bladeHST, units,turf grooved front 2708 hrs £9’500£6’500 John 3320, tyres, roll barrollers – 1246–hrs Stihl FS90R Brus Etesia Bahia, £335 £4’750 Stihl FS94C Brush Cutter – ‘U’ Handle (RRP: £390) Etesia H124DS, 48” RD deck, Hi-Tip Collector, 25hp diesel – 828 hrs 01473 328272 www.schsupplies.co.uk JDDeere 3235B, 22”32hp 8 blade ESP unitsHST, – 2691 hrs roll bar £8’500£7’500 John 4300, diesel, 4WD, turf tyres, Stihl FS94C Brus Etesia H124D £500 Stihl FS360C Brush Cutter – ‘U’ Handle (RRP: £774) £ POA Etesia Attila Bank Mower (Ex Demo) – low hours 3225C, 7 blade c/w rear Reverser roller brushes 2217 hrs £9’750£8’000 JD JD 4410 & Front Loader,light-weight 34hp, 4WD,units G.Box, Power – 2279–hrs Stihl FS360C BruB Etesia Attila £285 £5’500 Stihl HS56C HedgeTrimmer – 24” blade (RRP: £450) Jacobsen GTractors Plex, recently serviced &robust extra setPTO scarifying units available British built, equipment £6’000 Kubota B2400HD & Front Loader, 24hp, 4WD, HST, – 1467 hrs Stihl HS56C Hedg Compact £360 www.landmarktimber.co.uk 0808 129 3773 Stihl HS81TC HedgeTrimmer – 24” blade (RRP: £550) Compact T Hayter LT324, 6 blade units with 10” fixed heads choice ofbar 10- 250 from: £11’500£6’500 Kubota L3200 & Front Loader, 32hp, gearbox, turf–tyres, roll hrs Stihl HS81TC Hed Bespoke orders taken –4WD, we can build your specifications John Deere X748, 54” Snow Blade, 24hp diesel, 4WD,to HST – choice of 2 £395 £6’750 HS86T HT – 530” single side blade (RRP: 12:17Stihl John Deere X Hayter T424, gang, 6 blade – Gear 30” units choice from: £13’750£9’000 Kioti DK551C with Cab, 54hp, 4WD, Box £––562) 612 hrs of 2 Stihl HS86T HT – JDMSA160C 4600 & Front Loader, 43hp, 4WD, G.Box, Power Reverser – 4331hrs £195 ££7’750 Stihl – 12”27hp, Battery Chainsaw, shell onlyroll (£285) JDMSA160C 4600 & Fr Highway 3 – 4WD, choice of 2turf POA £7’500 NewRansome Holland TC27D, HST, tyres, bar – 2312 hrs Stihl – ment? 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KubotaCylinder B2410, 24hp, 4WD,Mowers HST, turf tyres, roll bar – 1720 hrs Don’t scrap it SELL it at Tamlyns Outdoor Auctions £6’900 Tractor Mowers Compact, lightweight mobile shredder Ride-On Mowers Ride-On Front Rotary KubotaTracto B241 Don’t scrap itFront -- SELL it at4WD, Tamlyns Outdoor Auctions Don’t scrap it - SELL it at Tamlyns Outdoor Auctions Ride-On Kubota B2410 &it48” Loader, 24hp, HSTHST – 1076 hrs of 2 £7’900 scrap SELL it at Tamlyns Auctions PL App Ad.indd 1 goes wherever it’s needed 21/01/2015 12:17Don’t £3’000 £5’500 Deere GX355D, SD deck, diesel, 2WD, – choice Kubota JD 1John 2653A, 26” 81445, blade units, spiral rollers, scrapers – choice ofOutdoor 2of 8 from Deere various deck16hp sizes and hours – choice from: £6’500 12:17 John PL App Ad.inddJohn 21/01/2015 DeereB241 GX35 Kioti DK551C with Cab, 54hp, 4WD,Collector Gear Box – 612 of hrs2 £13’750 Next Sale Days: £6’250 John Deere X740, 54” SD deck, Low-Tip – choice Kioti DK551C JD John 2500 (A) (E),1445 22” 11 blade units, boxes Deere with Cab, 60”groomers, SD deck, brushes, Servicedgrass – 2126 hrs £8’500 Next Sale Days: We h ave grown and supplied h erbaceous plants to th e Next Sale Days: John Deere X740 Makes easy work of branches, New Holland TC27D, 27hp, 4WD,2WD, HST,HST turf -tyres, roll bar – 2312 hrs £7’500 Next Sale Days: £7’500 £5’750 John Deere X740, 48” RD deck, 24hp, 797 hrs Saturday 21st March: The Sale Field, Choice of 2 from New Holland John Deere 1545, 62” RDThe deck,Sale 31hp, Field, 4WD, HST – choice of 2 from: £9’750 landscape trade for th e past 9 3 y ears! 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Broadcast 4m Buy online www.lws.uk.com £4’750 John Deere G Etesia H124DS, 48” RD deck, Hi-Tip 25hp diesel –291 828–hrs hrs TA6 7RS Stihl Hand-Held Demonstrator Kit / Balmers GM Fleet 2014 Machines Hayter LT324, 6at blade units with 10”Collector, fixed heads –spreader. choice from £6’500 TA6 7RS John Deere 997 Zero Turn Mower, 60” deck, 30hp –of £9’000 Etesia H124DS, 4 Stihl Hand-Hel £2’500 £3’000 John Deere X320, 48” SD deck, 22hp petrol, 2WD, HST – 195 hrs Scag 36” Mower with RD deck – from 642hrs, 14 available Ride-On Cylinder Mowers TA6 7RS round effectiveness £1’500 JohnAttila Deere SD Demo) deck, 18hp petrol, 2WD, –hrs 355 hrs £580 John Deere 54” quick hitch snow blade £POA Saturday 25th April: The Oak Tree £12’500 Etesia Bank Mower (Ex – low hours John DeereCy X Ride-On Hayter T424, 5GT235, gang, 648” blade –our 30” units. Deluxe Cabhrs –HST 2659kit. WeJacobsen are once again selling off 2014 Stihl All the Stihl machinery that HR6010 Wide Area Mower –demonstration 1615 ior design. ££3’000 POA Saturday 25th April: The Oak Tree Etesia Bank Saturday 8th August: The Oak Tree £4’250 Scag 36”Deere Super Flail, twin wheel kit, serviced John Deere GX355D, 48” SD deck, 16hp diesel, 2WD, HST –ofchoice of 2 WeJohn areAttila once agaiG £2’500 John X320, 48” SD deck, 22hp petrol, 2WD, HST 195 hrs £POA John Deere 900 Commercial Triple, 30” fixed units –– choice 2 John Deere 54” quick hitch snow blade £5’500 £7’000 8th August: The Oak Tree Saturday £POA Amazone PH125 Ride-On Flail Mower 48” width, 24hp, 2WD – 450hrs Deere Ransome Highway 3 – choice of 2 Produces easilycompostable Arena, Edithmead, M5 J22, Somerset, John Deere 9 we Ransome have for sale has had light toJ22, moderate use for demonstration purposes only – Allfrom: prices HR6010 Wide Area Mower –diesel, choice of 2 HST – 1922 £12’000 Amazone PH125 £3’750 £5’500 Scag 48” Mower, twin wheel kit, serviced choice John Deere X495, 48” SD deck, 24hp 2WD, Arena, Edithmead, M5 Somerset, we John have for saleXh Arena, Edithmead, M5 J22, Somerset, £3’000 John Deere GX355D, 48” SD 16hp diesel, 2WD, HST – choice 2 2 £1’100 JD 2653A, 26” 872” blade units, spiral rollers, scrapers – choice ofofhrs 4of from: £5’500 Howard Marshall snow blade Deere 8 683022 Arena, Edithmead, M5 J22, Somerset, JD 2653A, 26 include Ransome HR300, 60” RD 4WD, HST – choice– of 4 of 2 POA TA9 4HA BioTech™ chips £900 ££6’250 caJohn 4 2500 ”VAT. ail head only –SD fits todeck, 16” chassis John Deere X740, 54” SD deck, Low-Tip Collector include VAT. £5’500 Deere X495, 48” deck, 24hp diesel, 2WD, HST –choice 1922grass hrs boxes JD (A) (E), 22” 11 blade units, groomers, brushes, TA9 4HA Compact Tractors Ride-On Front Rotary Mowers TA9 4HA John Deere Chippers JD 2500 (A)X( Compact Tract TA9 4HA £3’250 Scag 52” Mower, twin wheel kit, serviced – 2 available £6’750 £95 John Deere X748, 48” RD deck, 24hp diesel, 4WD, HST – 1380 hrs Stihl FS38 Grass Strimmer (RRP: £149) £6’250 John Deere X740, 54” 4WD, SD44” deck, Low-Tip Collector ofhrs 2hrs -choice of 3TW150DHB. from: £5’750 Enquiries £8’000£6’750 Martin John Deere 3320, 33hp, HST, turf tyres, roll bar–HST Ferris IS1500Z, Zero-Turn, RD Deck, 19hp, 2WD, – 436 £3’500 John Deere Stihl FS38 Grass Timberwolf 6”56 road-towed –choice 1185 -choice of 3X Commercial Pedestrian Mowers Enquiries to Tamlyns, High Street, Enquiries to to Tamlyns, Tamlyns, 56 56 High High Street, Street, John Deere 3320 £3’750£6’500 ca 2” elocity lus ower, twin wheels –chipper 3£492) a ailable £267 £2’250 Stihl FS90R Brush Cutter –deck Loop Handle (RRP: Etesia Bahia, 32” RDdiesel, & collector, 2WD £6’750 John Deere X748, 48” RD deck, 24hp diesel, 4WD, HST –10 1380 JD 3235B with Cab, 22” 8 4WD, blade units, grooved front rollers –hrs 2708 hrs Enquiries to Tamlyns, 56 High Street, £9’500 3320, 33hp HST, turf tyres, roll bar – 1246hrs John Deere 1445, various deck sizes and hours –36”, choice of from £6’500 Stihl FS90R Brus Etesia Bahia, Bridgwater, Somerset, TA6 £8’500 Greenmech 19-28. 7.5” road-towed chipper –iced 674 hrs JD 3235B wit 01473 328272 Huge choice of Ferris and Scag mowers – 48” 52” Zero Turn mowers. John Deere 3320 £3’750 ca 61” elocity lus ower, twin wheels ser £335 £4’750 Stihl FS94C Brush Cutter – ‘U’ Handle (RRP: £390) Etesia H124DS, 48” RD deck, Hi-Tip Collector, 25hp diesel – 828 hrs Bridgwater, Somerset, TA6 3BN Bridgwater, Somerset,www.schsupplies.co.uk TA6 3BN 3BN 01473 328272 www.schsupplies.co.uk mber. £2’250 JDDeere 3235B, 22” 8 blade ESP units – 2WD 2691 hrs– 2126 Etesia Bahia, 32” RD deck & collector, £7’500 4300, 32hp diesel, 4WD, HST, turf tyres, roll bar John 1445 with Cab, 60” SD deck, Serviced hrs& ready to work £8’500£8’500 Stihl FS94C Brus Etesia H124D Bridgwater, Somerset, TA6 3BN Greenmech 19-28. 7.5” chipper, serviced JD 3235B, 22 John Deere 4300 £1’950£8’000 llett uffalo 24” Cylinder ower £500 Stihl FS360C Brush Cutter –road-towed ‘U’(Ex Handle (RRP: £774) £ POA Etesia Mower Demo) –c/w low hours TT www.psdgroundscare.co.uk 01278 £4’750 JD 3225C, 7Bank blade light-weight units rear roller brushes –hrs 2217 hrs Etesia H124DS, 48” RD deck, Hi-Tip Collector, 25hp diesel – 2279 828 hrs £9’750 JD 4410 &Attila Front Loader, 34hp, 4WD, G.Box, Power Reverser Deere 1545, 62” deck, 34hp, 4WD, HST £13’600 Stihl FS360C Bru Etesia T: 01759 321 000 · F: 01759 380 130 TT John 01278 458241 01278 458241 458241 3225C, 7B £11’900 Greenmech Arborist 150. 6” road-towed chipper – low hours JD JD 4410 &Attila Front British built, robust equipment £1’950 S ales@ wgodfrey .co.uk llett ha er 24” Cylinder ower £285 Stihl HS56C HedgeTrimmer – 24” blade (RRP: £450) 01278 458241 Jacobsen G Plex, recently serviced & extra set scarifying units available £ POA £5’500 Etesia Attila Bank Mower (Ex Demo) – 4WD, low hours British built, robust equipment £6’000£12’500 Kubota B2400HD &62” Front Loader, 24hp, HST, PTO –low 1467 hrs Deere 1545, RD150. deck, 34hp, 4WD, HST - 1292 £8’500 Stihl HS56C Hedg EE ross.whitcombe@tamlyns.co.uk www.landmarktimber.co.uk 0808 129 3773 Compact Tractors e: alex@inturf.co.uk or stephen@inturf.co.uk · www.inturf.com Jacobsen GTP Greenmech Arborist 6”24” road towed chipper –hrs hours Kubota B2400HD www.wgodfrey .co.ukto ross.whitcombe@tamlyns.co.uk EEJohn ross.whitcombe@tamlyns.co.uk £2’000 llett uc in ham 20” Cylinder ower £360 www.landmarktimber.co.uk 0808 129 3773 Stihl HS81TC HedgeTrimmer – blade (RRP: £550) Compact Bespoke orders taken – we can build your specifications Hayter LT324, 6 blade units with 10” fixed heads – choice of 10 from: £6’500 £11’500 ross.whitcombe@tamlyns.co.uk Kubota L3200 & Front Loader, 32hp, 4WD, gearbox, turf tyres, roll bar - 250 hrs Deere 1565 with cab, 62” RD, 4WD, HST – 1044 hrs Stihl HS81TC Hed Bespoke orders taken –38hp, we can to your specifications PROFESSIONAL Hayter LT324 Greenmech ArbTrak 150. 6” tracked chipper –build 119 hrs W John Deere X748, 54” Snow Blade, 24hp 4WD, HST – choice of 2 £9’750 Kubota L3200 & £6’750 Compact Tractors llett Tournament 20” Cylinder ower TelJohn 0345 230 9697 www.lws.uk.com £395 £18’900 Stihl HS86T HT – 530” single side blade (RRP: £––diesel, 562) PROFESSIONAL PROFESSIONAL W www.tamlynsprofessional.co.uk www.tamlynsprofessional.co.uk www.tamlynsprofessional.co.uk W John Deere X Hayter T424, gang, 6•blade – Gear 30” units choice ofofPROFESSIONAL 22 £9’000 £13’750 Kioti with Cab, 54hp, 4WD, Box 612 hrs tractor John Deere 1600T Wide Area Mower with canopy – Power choice from from: £8’500 HS86T HT PL App Ad.indd 1DK551C 21/01/2015 12:17Stihl W www.tamlynsprofessional.co.uk Hayter T424, £9’000 Jensen A430 PTO chipper. 10” chipping capacity, mounted Kioti DK551C wit– JD 4600 Front Loader, 43hp, 4WD, G.Box, Reverser – of 4331hrs £7’750 £1’000 Dennis T24 –&X748, 24” Cylinder ower £195 Stihl MSA160C – 12” Battery Chainsaw, shell only (£285) John Deere 54” Snow Blade, 24hp diesel, 4WD, HST – choice 2 £6’750 PSD2700 - ELIET ProLandscaper Adverts 58x90.indd 2 13/03/2013 12:38 JD 4600 & Fr Ransome Highway 3 – choice of 2 £ POA £7’500 New Holland TC27D, 4WD,4WD, HST,HST turf –tyres, rollofbar Ransome HR300, 60”27hp, RD deck, choice 4 – 2312 hrs £POA Timber Products Stihl MSA160C – Ransome Hig New Holland TC2 John Deere 3320, 33hp, 4WD, HST, turf tyres, roll bar – 1230 hrs £1’200££9’000 Products Lloyds aladin – Top 24” Cylinder ower £214 Unwanted grounds groundsTimber maintenance equipment? 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POA Ex Demo John Deere 2027R, 27hp, HST, turf –hrs low hours Don’t scrap it SELL Auctions Kubota B2410, 24hp, 4WD, HST, turf tyres, roll bar – 1720 hrs Don’t scrap it SELL it at Tamlyns Outdoor Auctions £1’700£6’900 ansome 61 uper Certes Cylinder ower QP advert templates.indd 33 2012 19/12/2013 10:39 Tractor Mowers Ride-On Cylinder Mowers JD 4410 & Front Loader, 34hp, 4WD, G.Box, Power Reverser – 2279 hrs 50 December www.prolandscapermagazine.com Ride-On Front Rotary Mowers £9’750 Kubota B241 Don’t scrap it SELL it at Tamlyns Outdoor Auctions POA ExKubota Demo John Deere with24hp, full glass –Zero hours Tracto Don’t scrap it - SELL it at Tamlyns Outdoor Auctions Compact, lightweight mobile shredder Huge choiceB2410 ofBalmers Ferris and3033R Scag mowers –Manchester 36”, 48”cab Turn mowers £Enquire Ride-On Cylind Ride-On Fr &it48” Front Loader, 4WD, HST –low 1076 hrs GM Rd, Dunnockshaw, £2’500£7’900 John Deere 1GX355D, 0c reens ower –Ltd, 11 nit 152” scrap -4WD, SELL itblade at Tamlyns Outdoor Auctions PL App Ad.indd 1 21/01/2015 12:17Don’t £3’000 Kubota B2410, 24hp, HST, turf tyres, bar –HST £5’500 John Deere SD deck, 16hp diesel, 2WD, ––choice £6’900 Kubota B241 2653A, 26” 81445, blade units, spiral rollers, scrapers –”tyres choice ofhrs 2ofhours from John Deere various deck sizes androll hours –1720 choice 8of 2 from: £6’500 12:17 JD PL App Ad.inddJD 1 21/01/2015 POA Ex Demo John Deere 3045R, open station, turf John Deere GX35 Next Sale Days: Days: goes wherever it’s needed 2653A, 26” 81 John Deere Kioti DK551C with Cab, 54hp, 4WD, Gear Box –1076 612 hrslow £500 £13’750 John Deere J–X740, 90C –Front 21” commercial rotary mower Next Sale Burnley, Lancs, BB11 5PF £6’250 Kubota B2410 & Loader, 24hp, 4WD, HST – hrs John Deere 54” SD deck, Low-Tip Collector – choice of 2 £7’900 Kioti DK551C Ex Demo Niko Robo-Flail Mower JD 2500 (A) (E), 22” 11 blade units, groomers, brushes, grass boxes John Deere 1445 with Cab, 60” SD deck, Serviced – 2126 hrs £8’500 Next Sale Days: POA s and Demo JohnTC27D, Deere fullofglass cab, spec – low hourshrs Next Sale8th Days: John Deere X740 JD 2500 (A) (E),1 John Deere New Holland 27hp, 4WD, HST, turf–-high tyres, roll bar – plants 2312 £1’200 CEx 10 cythe ower –4066R, 3 branches, ” width cut Box £7’500 Saturday August: The Oak Tree We h with ave grown and supplied h 612 erbaceous to th e from: Next Sale Days: £7’500 £5’750 Kioti DK551C Cab, 54hp, 4WD, Gear hrs John Deere X740, 48” RD deck, 24hp, 2WD, HST 797 hrs Saturday 21st March: The Sale Field, Makes easy work of £13’750 Choice of 2 from New Holland John Deere 1545, 62” RD deck, 31hp, 4WD, HST – choice of 2 £9’750 Now: adio Controlled 4 March: ” 26hp, ail mower onHST, trac sroll for ban turf mowin : 32 000 £6’000 turers of John Deere 2520, 4WD, bar, tyres9 – 3 –1751 1977hrs Deere Saturday 21st The Sale Field, -John Choice of 2X7401 Saturday 11th July:M5 TheJ22, SaleSomerset, Field, John Deere New Holland TN55D with cab, 55hp, 4WD, Box hrs of 2 £1’200 Camon C8 Rotovator choice landscape trade for th Gear eHST past y ears! £12’500 £6’750 £6’500 Arena, John Deere X748, 48” RD deck, 24hp diesel, 4WD, –bar 1380 hrs For all your golf, sportsturf and landscape irrigation needs. New Holland TC27D, 27hp, 4WD, HST, turf tyres, roll 2312 hrs Saturday 11th July: The Sale Field, JD 3235B with Cab, 22” 8and blade units, grooved front rollers –––2708 hrs New Holland £7’500 £16’000 John Deere with cab, 62” RD, 38hp, 4WD, HST 1044 hrs £9’750 Only 165 demo /1565 hire hours Ride-On Tractor Mowers Blakes Edithmead, Road, Wembdon, Bridgwater, wet green-waste mixed leafage d planters John Deere 855 & front loader, diesel, 4WD, HST, PTO, turf tyres John X748 For allDeere your JD 3235B with Ca John Deere 1g Yanmar FE280H, 28hp diesel, 4WD, turf tyres, roll bar –hrs 262 hrs £750£6’500 Camon turf cutter Blakes Road, Wembdon, Bridgwater, £7’500 Ride-On Tractor Mowers Ride-On Tr Blakes Road, Wembdon, Bridgwater, Providers of English Handcrafted Planters and Outdoor Furniture £8’750 Pedestrian Co £7’500 John Deere X748, 52” quick hitch broom, 24hp, 4WD, HST 981 hrs New Holland TN55D with cab, 55hp, 4WD, Gear Box – 1751 JD 3235B, 22” 8 blade ESP units – 2691 hrs Yanmar FE28 £12’500 John Deere 1600T Wide Area Mower with canopy – choice of 2 from: £8’500 Blakes Road, Wembdon, Bridgwater, TA9 4HA Commercial Mowers den £6’000 £1’500 John Deere X748 JCB 327HST, 27hp, 4WD, HST, roll18hp bar, turf tyres – 1089hrs John Deere GT235, 48” SD deck, petrol, 2WD, HST –choice 355 hrs Ride-On Tractor Mowers JD 3235B, 22” 81 TA6 7RS John Deere £2’950 Charterhouse Core Collector 3000 of 2from £6’500 Pedestrian Buy online at www.lws.uk.com 4 Season shredder for year in Oak, Iroko or Accoya. 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John Deere choice ofhrs 3 from £5’750£5’750 effectiveness JD 2653A, 26” £6’250 John Deere X740, 54” SD deck, Low-Tip Collector choice of 2 the Cotswolds Produces easilycompostable -choice of 3 from: or Enquiries to Tamlyns, 56 High Street, Call 0800 41 43 43 for a copy of our brochures John Deere Ferris IS1500Z, Zero-Turn, 44” RD Deck, 19hp, 2WD, HST – 436 hrs £3’500 Ransome HR300, 60” RD deck, 4WD, HST – choice of 4 £from: POA £2’250 Sisis Auto Turfma 683022 John Deere X74 -choice of 3 ZX Commercial Pedestrian Mowers or design. 2500with (A) (E), 22” 11 blade units, groomers, brushes, grass boxes Enquiries to 56 High Street, Produces compostable John Deere 3320 Etesia 32” RD deck & collector, 2WD Ferris IS1500Z, -choice of 3Tamlyns, £5’750 BioTech™ chips John Deere JDJD 3235B Cab, 22” 8RD blade units, grooved front rollers – 2708 £6’500£6’500 Enquiries toeasilyTamlyns, 56 High orStreet, Compact Tractors round effectiveness Commercia o ck o oad d. akefield 8 683022 JD 2500 (A) (E) £6’750 John DeereBahia, X748, 48” deck, 24hp diesel, 4WD, HST –10 1380 hrs–hrs Enquiries to Tamlyns, High Street, using sustainable JD 3235B with Cab, 22” 856 blade units, grooved front rollers 2708 from hrs to buy online visit jacksons-fencing.co.uk Etesia Bahia, John Deere 1445, various deck sizes and hours –36”, choice of52” £6’500 BioTech™ chips Produces easilycompostable 01473 328272 www.schsupplies.co.uk 683022 or design. John Deere X74 Bridgwater, Somerset, TA6 3BN JD 3235B wit -choice of 3 from: £5’750 Huge choice of Ferris and Scag mowers – 48” Zero Turn mowers. 3320 £4’750 John Deere 1445 Etesia H124DS, 48” RD deck, Hi-Tip Collector, 25hp diesel 828 hrs JD 3235B with Cab, 22” 8 blade units, grooved front rollers – 2708 hrs £6’500 JD 323 , 22” blade units – 2691 hrs £7’500 Etesia Bahia BioTech™ chips 683022 Compact Tract Bridgwater, Somerset, TA6 3BN 01473 328272 www.schsupplies.co.uk -choice ofH124D 3 £6’500 £2’250 £7’500 Etesia Bahia, 32” RD deck60” & collector, Huge choice JDDeere 3235B, 22” 8 blade ESP units –2WD 2691 hrs– 2126 John Deere 855 easily& frontcompostable loader, diesel,3BN 4WD, HST, PTO, turf tyres timber Balmers GM Ltd, Manchester Rd, Dunnockshaw, Bridgwater, Somerset, TA6 www.drsimmons.co.uk Etesia 8artin 683022 John 1445 with Cab, SD deck, Serviced hrs Commercial Pedestrian Mowers Produces tel: email: info@balmersgm.com Bridgwater, Somerset, TA6 3BN 01473 328272 www.schsupplies.co.uk Etesia Bahia, 32 JD 3235B, 22 JDJD 3235B with Cab, 22” 8 with blade units, grooved front rollers – 2708 hrsof from £8’500 £6’500 facebook.com/JacksonsFencing BioTech™ chips Jacksons Fencing Head Office 4300 John Deere 1445 Martin £ POA 3235B, 22” 8 blade ESP units – 2691 hrs Etesia Attila Bank Mower (Ex Demo) – low hours web: www.jacksonsnursery.co.uk £7’500 Hayter LT324, 6 blade units 10” fixed heads choice Chobham, Woking, £6’500 Etesia H124 John Deere JDEtesia 3235BAttila with £7’750 TJohn 01278 458241 £4’750 £8’000 Etesia H124DS, 48” RD deck, Hi-Tip Collector, 25hp diesel – Turn 828 hrs Deere 4300 & front loader, OIL 32hp diesel, 4WD, HST, turf tyres Burnley, Lancs, BB11 5PF JDDeere 3225C, blade light-weight units c/w roller brushes – 2217 hrs artin 8artin 683022 John 1545, 62” deck, 34hp, 4WD, HST £13’600 CHAIN SAW OIL 2-STROKE SAW BLADE OIL TTHayter 01278 458241 pinterest.com/Jacksonsfencing 547Tel: Stowting Common Ashford Huge choice of77an and mowers –hrs 36”,rear 48” 52” Zero mowers. 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