Magazine - Articles in April 2012 (Page 2)
26 Apr 2012 - Landscaping News - Woodland Trust
The Woodland Trust's new Urban Air Quality report highlights how considered planting of trees and other vegetation can be used to significantly improve air quality in towns and cities.
26 Apr 2012 - Landscaping News - ADAS
ADAS is looking for sites to install single medium wind turbines on rural sites around Great Britain all at no cost to the landowner.
26 Apr 2012 - Landscaping News - Rolawn
Rolawn gave their full support to the gardening industries first Garden Re-Leaf charity event and raised £1,324.88 for the Greenfingers charity.
25 Apr 2012 - Landscaping News - Anna Meyer - 2 comments
For his fifth year at the RHS Chelsea Flower Show, award-winning landscape and garden designer Thomas Hoblyn will create a show garden inspired by the great Renaissance gardens of Italy for leading research charity Arthritis Research UK.
25 Apr 2012 - Landscaping News - Forestry Commission
Forestry Commission England’s free app, Forest Xplorer, has just got even better.
25 Apr 2012 - Projects - Editor
The Plantation Landscapes is part of the successful Gavin Jones Group. The company was commissioned to transform the play area of a school in north London. The existing play area was in need of a bit of a redesign to make it more interesting, appealing and a safe environment for children to play in.
25 Apr 2012 - Landscaping News - Kew
World Flora—the first modern, online catalogue of the world’s plants—to be made available by the year 2020.
25 Apr 2012 - Landscaping News - The National Trust
The National Trust, English Heritage and East Northamptonshire Council are making a joint legal challenge against planning permission for a wind farm that would be built within one mile of a Grade I listed building and registered park and garden.
25 Apr 2012 - Landscaping News - Eden Project
The Eden Project has won a prestigious award naming it the nation’s best attraction for coach visits.
24 Apr 2012 - Landscaping News - Rolawn
Rolawn’s Medallion Turfmaster 1300 rolls have recently been used as part of a major restoration programme at one of Edinburgh’s most famous city centre gardens.
24 Apr 2012 - Landscaping News - Royal Horticultural Society (RHS)
In 2012, the RHS Chelsea Flower Show, sponsored by M&G Investments, and its exhibitors will celebrate the Diamond Jubilee of HM The Queen, the show’s Royal patron.
24 Apr 2012 - Landscaping News - RSPB
An area of land at Baron’s Haugh nature reserve that was in danger of becoming completely overgrown is to have a new lease of life.
24 Apr 2012 - Useful tips & facts - Editor
The early flowering spring shrub Forsythia is coming to the end of its flowering season. It’s time to get out the secateurs.
24 Apr 2012 - Landscaping News - Horticultural Development Company (HDC)
Growers will now have a new aid to combat a major pest, thanks to Horticultural Development Company (HDC)-funded research.
24 Apr 2012 - Landscaping News - Cranfield University
Cranfield University to identify nutrient-rich varieties of everyday plant-based foods like apples, bananas and onions which could potentially be used as ingredients for healthier products of tomorrow.
23 Apr 2012 - Landscaping News - Lincolnshire Wildlife Trust
Individuals, groups and businesses from around the county have already entered the Lincolnshire Environmental Awards but it is not too late to get your entry in.
23 Apr 2012 - Landscaping News - Forestry Commission
Three new sites across Scotland have signed up to participate in The National Tree Collections of Scotland (NTCS).
23 Apr 2012 - Landscaping News - Royal Horticultural Society (RHS)
The Royal Horticultural Society has launched the RHS Heaviest Pumpkin Competition. Professional and amateur growers alike are invited to enter by 24th September for the chance to win £1,000.
23 Apr 2012 - Landscaping News - Eden Project
Intricate illustrations of some of the most brilliant and deadly species of the plant world are on display at the Eden Project as Freaky Nature continues until 1st June.