Landscapers who plant and protect trees know the active role they…Continue
This week my blog is…Continue
Landscape Hub provides a discussion forum and other resources for members of the landscape & horticultural industries. Membership is FREE and open to anyone who works in or has a relationship with our sector.
Apart from the "Members Only" group, (which is a free group for member only discussion and full of useful content), the whole site is completely open to view. However, in order to be able to respond to discussions, add content, access the members only group and receive our monthly newsletter, (if you wish), you will need to join our community by signing up. By doing so you'll be showing your support for Landscape Hub, with the greatest beneficiary being yourself and your business or the business you work for.
Be sure to check out the Tricks Of The Trade section being compiled by our Landscape Hub members. It's growing to be a fantastic resource in itself.
Hello HubbersI hope its Ok to post this here. Felix, a good friend of mines son is terminally ill after being diagnosed with Duchenne Muscular DistrophyThis is a link to an e petition that would allow people with terminal illnesses to access drugs…Continue
Designing/Gardening/Landscaping has changed over the past 23 years from when I received my Environmental Horticultural Diploma..In the past 5-6 years I have noticed more people enjoying their own gardens, planting and harvesting like my parents…Continue