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Nigel Roberts Sep 16
Anyone know what this tree is called please. ?
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NZ Apples and Pears 13h
New collaboration between New Zealand Apples & Pears and schools in Havelock North are going to encourage students with learning and showing pathways to the many opportunities in horticulture.
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Writtle Uni College 9m
are becoming more and more popular. Have you thought about studying one? Our apprenticeships offer some amazing !
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Ellen Mary Sep 16
Had a nice afternoon in Wiltshire filming for 😆🙌🏻 My little piece was about gardening & wellbeing which will be in the Countryfile Diaries during Autumn 🍂 SO many benefits to gardening! 😊
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Rally For Rivers Sep 16
As a horticulture boom pushes up farm incomes, here are two key missing pieces... What has to be done to support these issues? Read this detailed story from a small town close to Karnataka’s border to know more.
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Soil Association 17m
We agree with 's advice for gov to maintain seasonal migrant labour for after . We must protect UK & our fruit & veg supply. See for our full statement in
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Bathgate Group 23m
We're hiring! We are looking for a Technical Sales Manager for our division. Are you highly motivated, able to work as part of a team and have knowledge of the professional & retail horticultural market? Then this job could be for you!
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..... 13h
Replying to @earthrealmking
My love/hate relationship with nature. This beautiful caterpillar has eaten my Japanese maple tree. They’re very expensive btw
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The Butchart Gardens Sep 11
Colorful Chrysanthemums are being planted in many of the flower beds signaling fall is in the air. Autumn flowering bulbs such as Colchicum (Autumn crocus) and Schizostylis coccinea (Kaffir lily) are appearing around the garden with splashes of colour.
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Gene Phillips 2h
Camellia sasanqua ‘Shishi-Gashira’. Excellent low growing variety! Please Share
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LawnMasterCP Sep 12
Another customer using a robot mower, small lawn using a flymo set up ✅🌱👍 The density of the sward has greatly improved 👌
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Benn Turton Sep 18
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ZimTrade 2h
Replying to @ZimTradeAlerts
Discussions were on plans to increase production, as well how ZimTrade can support through lobbying government to negotiate trade agreements/protocols that will protect 's citrus export revenue.
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J&K Horticulture (P&M) Sep 14
Sh. Syed Shahnawaz Ahmad Bukhari, Director & along with his Team members visited to & Market at Zazna Ganderbal on his very first day of the as Head of the .
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That Gardening Blog Sep 17
What a fab story! is most definitely awe-inspiring 😍. I'm starting work on Level 2 practical and theory courses soon 📚. I'm really excited to be studying ! 🌳🌻🌴🌹🌿🍂💚
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Nigel Payne 3h
A good example of lack of tree care and management by landowners. This tree from a neighbouring property just narrowly missed (by inches) the office where I am working today!
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Cooper's Photos 2h
Karl Foerster Grass |A very common grass used in landscaping is the Karl Foerster grass or feather reed grass. It has a wonderful brown head that contrasts well with its green stalk.
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Capel Manor College 4h
Check out our exhibition ! Pop along to stand G43 to find out about our new Advanced Diploma in Landscape Construction, in conjuction with
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The Butchart Gardens Sep 14
Punica (Pomegranate) is usually considered marginally hardy in this climate resulting in some success, but in our Mediterranean Garden, they are surpassing expectations and absolutely thriving. See what's in bloom this week:
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Hostalover Sep 17
Replying to @justin_gardener
Yes 👍😂 & anyone else would like to join us ?
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