The Garden & Landscape Designers Association (GLDA) Student & Graduate Design Competition 2022 is now open for entries. Sponsored by The Kildare Gallery and Millbrook Paving, with support from Dún Loaghaire Rathdown County Council, the challenge for this year’s event is to design a Garden of Reflection. “This is an ideas competition to spark debate [&hellip The post GLDA launch 2022 Student & Graduate Design Awards appeared first on Growtrade. [...]
At Growtrade, we highlight public procurement opportunities from around Ireland that would be suitable to landscapists, growers, turfgrass professionals, horticulturalists, and forestry professionals. Here is one such tender from Carlow County Council for the supply and installation of modular planters and plants. Type of contract: Works Contracting authority: Carlow County Council, Athy Road, Carlow R93 E7R7, [&hellip The post Tender for supply of plants and installation of modular planters on offer appeared first on Growtrade. [...]
Ian Adamson from Complete Weed Control has praised the ‘consistently good’ results he achieves from Roundup ProVantage. Adamson has managed the Tyne & Wear area for almost 20-years. He holds a BASIS certificate in crop protection and is a certificated surveyor in Japanese Knotweed. It is safe to say he knows his weeds and how [&hellip The post Weed expert praises ‘consistently good’ Roundup ProVantage appeared first on Growtrade. [...]
Gardening is good for you. While this is something most gardeners have been saying for years, there is growing evidence that it may be linked to improvements in wellbeing, perceived stress and physical activity. Research from the Royal Horticultural Society has found those who garden daily have wellbeing scores 6.6% higher and stress levels 4.2% lower than [&hellip The post How gardening can help improve your mental health and wellbeing appeared first on Growtrade. [...]
Last month, ornamental growers, traders, retailers, and suppliers discussed plans to sustain the increase in houseplant sales post-pandemic. FloraCulture International (FCI) magazine, supported by the International Association of Horticultural Producers (AIPH), invited attendees to the free event which took place 30 June. Demand for all kinds of plants – but particularly houseplants – was already [&hellip The post Webinar reviews how the industry can sustain houseplant growth post-pandemic appeared first on Growtrade. [...]
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