Magazine - Articles in April 2012 (Page 3)
23 Apr 2012 - Landscaping News - Wildlife Trusts
The Environment Agency’s declaration of drought comes as Dorset Wildlife Trust warns of streams drying up in the county, and wildfire damages a nature reserve managed by Cornwall Wildlife Trust.
22 Apr 2012 - Landscaping News - Hana Ballard
Springbank Flowers, Manchester’s leading florist, has two finalists at this year’s RHS Chelsea Flower Show: returning gold medal winner Joe Massie and first-time entrant Heather Rogers.
22 Apr 2012 - Landscaping News - Forestry Commission
As efforts to eradicate an outbreak of the Asian longhorn beetle get under way near Paddock Wood in Kent, a public meeting is to be held locally to inform and update residents and landowners in the area about the outbreak and what is being done about it.
22 Apr 2012 - Landscaping News - RSPB
The RSPB unveils plans to build a wind turbine at its UK headquarters in Sandy, Bedfordshire.
21 Apr 2012 - Landscaping News - Royal Horticultural Society (RHS)
This will be the 37th year of South Africa exhibiting at the “Olympics” of Flower Shows and hopes are high for winning yet another Gold award.
21 Apr 2012 - Landscaping News - Horticultural Development Company (HDC)
The Royal Horticultural Society and the Horticultural Development Company have joined forces to tackle the declining number of scientists who choose careers that support UK horticulture.
21 Apr 2012 - Landscaping News - Eden Project
One of the best up-and-coming British acoustic bands, The Staves, have been added to the line-up for the Eden Session on the 1st July, which will be headlined by Frank Turner and the Sleeping Souls.
Celebrating the Role of the Garden in Communication
21 Apr 2012 - Featured Articles - Margaret Daly
Communication consultancy APCO Worldwide to explore the exchange of ideas through Willmott Whyte-designed Chelsea garden. If every global summit took place in a serene and calming garden location would the world be a better place?
20 Apr 2012 - Landscaping News - Forestry Commission
With 98 days to go to the London 2012 Olympic and Paralympic Games, the Forestry Commission’s National Arboretum at Westonbirt is getting ready to welcome the world by planting one of 40 ‘Coubertin oaks’
20 Apr 2012 - Landscaping News - Flower Power Fairs
Lowther Castle & Gardens, currently undergoing a £8.9m restoration and preservation of castle, gardens and park will be playing host to the first Cumbrian plant fair on Bank Holiday Saturday 5th May.
20 Apr 2012 - Landscaping News - Horticultural Trades Association (HTA)
The HTA has published a new strategy detailing how it will develop its marketing and communications activities in support of the garden industry over the next three years.
20 Apr 2012 - Landscaping News - The National Trust
Two new heritage gardening courses have been announced by the National Trust this week, representing the charity's most significant development in horticultural training for 20 years.
19 Apr 2012 - Landscaping News - Becky Johnston
If “I don’t like it!” is a familiar refrain around your dinner table as you try to encourage your children to eat their greens, bellaverde® long stemmed broccoli may be what you’re looking for.
19 Apr 2012 - Landscaping News - Royal Horticultural Society (RHS)
Horticulture is for dropouts, it’s unskilled and unfulfilling, according to young people. These are the findings of a new survey commissioned by the Royal Horticultural Society.
19 Apr 2012 - Products and Reviews - Editor
Trees aren’t cheap, especially large ornamental trees. Taking a bit of extra care when planting them can make the difference between it just surviving, and it becoming established in its surroundings.
19 Apr 2012 - Landscaping News - ADAS
ADAS scientists have brought together new and topical information to help farmers make correct nitrogen decisions this spring/summer.
19 Apr 2012 - Landscaping News - Pam Lloyd
Be a pub quiz master with these interesting facts about the humble Radish.
19 Apr 2012 - Landscaping News - Horticultural Trades Association (HTA)
On behalf of the garden industry the HTA has provided a response to the European Commission’s consultation on invasive animals and plants.
18 Apr 2012 - Landscaping News - Eden Project
Electronic superstars Chase & Status will be headlining an Eden Session on Wednesday 4th July. Special guest on the evening will be Labrinth.
18 Apr 2012 - Landscaping News - Etesia
The Etesia UK ‘Green Technology’ roadshow has reached its first pit-stop, bringing the turf maintenance machinery manufacturer's spring tour of the country to a successful conclusion.