Meet our next BALI Chalk Fund student of the year nominee

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Humaira and Ingrid

We continue to hear from our BALI Chalk Fund student of the year nominees and as to why they are joining the industry and what they love about it. This time we hear from a design perspective with nominee Ingrid and her Tutor Humaira, from KLC So how did you get into horticulture/design/landscaping? Ingrid: “The first garden I designed was … Read More

Provender Nurseries supports RHS Young Designer of the Year at RHS Flower Show at Tatton Park

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Winning a Gold medal, RHS Young Designer of the Year and Best Constructed Show Garden, Freddie Strickland has swept the board at RHS Tatton Show this year with the support of Provender Nurseries for his first ever show garden ‘On Tropic’.  Working closely together, Provender Nurseries supplied many of the main feature and backbone plants for ‘On Tropic’.  The garden … Read More

Meet the BALI Chalk Fund nominated students of the year

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Chalk fund student Charlotte 2

The BALI Chalk Fund student of the year competition is a great way to showcase and celebrate the very best in rising talent coming into the industry. This year it’s been a challenge in many ways, but there have still been some great entries, let’s hear from some of those students and their tutors as to why they love what … Read More

Landscaping skills: The hard landscape

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Hard landscaping blog

Moving on from our previous blog on plant knowledge and expanding our look at landscaping skills, next we have what is often referred to as hard landscaping, hardscape, or landscape construction. What we are referring to is the ‘hard’ or ‘non-living’ materials in a landscape project, as well as being hard work! This usually consists of surfaces and structures, and … Read More