Professional Gardeners’ Guild Newsletter
Following the recent introduction of a Professional Gardeners’ Guild Newsletter there is now an extra opportunity to advertise your jobs to members of the Guild.

Produced 4 times a year, on the 15th February, 15th May, 15th August & 15th November, the PGG Newsletter will fill the gap between issues of The Professional Gardener Journal so that the members of the Guild will be receiving alternately the Magazine & Newsletter every 6-7 weeks (1½ Months).

The PGG Newsletter is an attractive proposition for Situations Vacant advertisements as it provides direct access to PGG members in a fast turn-around publication that is news driven that will be read immediately upon receipt.

Click here to view the latest issue of the Newsletter

The Professional Gardener

The Professional Gardener is the official quarterly magazine for the Professional Gardeners' Guild. Used frequently by members as a forum for discussion, a means of communication and a source of reference. It contains regular articles on plants and gardens, news, views and reports from both local and national meetings. There are also topical features focusing on a particular element of heritage gardening, e.g. tree planting or water management. The Professional Gardener is both written and produced by professional gardeners with years of practical experience within private, historic or heritage gardens.

The Professional Gardener offers advertisers an opportunity to reach over 1000 decision makers who are head gardeners and garden managers employed within the gardens and estates of The Historic Houses Association, The National Trust and English Heritage and are responsible for some of the largest and most prestigious gardens and estates in the UK and Ireland.

Our readers buy and use a wide range of products and services including: 
SEEDS, BULBS AND PLANTS, SHRUBS, TREE SUPPORTS, SOIL IMPROVERS, SPRAYERS, SPREADERS, SPRAY UNITS, WIRE, NETTING, FENCING 
TREE SHELTERS, TUBES, PLANT SUPPORTS, GRASS CUTTING MACHINES, TRACTORS, TRAILERS, CULTIVATORS, CHAINSAWS, STRIMMERS, BLOWERS 
SAFETY/PROTECTIVE CLOTHING, GLOVES AND FOOTWEAR, GARDEN FURNITURE, CONSERVATORIES, GREENHOUSES, HEATING EQUIPMENT, PROPAGATORS, AQUATIC FEATURES AND EQUIPMENT, GARDENING TOOLS AND EQUIPMENT IRRIGATION/WATERING SYSTEMS, SECURITY SYSTEMS, GARDEN STATUARY AND ORNAMENTS 

The readers of The Professional Gardener need and use the services of: 
Landscape Architects, Landscape Consultants, Land Management Firms, Arboricultural Consultants, Horticultural Consultants 

For information of advertising in the Professional Gardener please contact Mariam Oakley on 01462 896688 or email: 

What is the Professional Gardeners’ Guild
Formed in 1977, the Professional Gardener’s Guild is a society for Head Gardeners, Garden Managers and those others engaged in horticulture (such as Assistant Gardeners, Students, Botanists, Consultants, etc) employed within Private Gardens and establishments run in a similar way. 
The Guild has a growing membership in the UK, and also in Ireland, Europe and North America.
The Guild is managed entirely by fellow professional gardeners and is funded by membership subscriptions. It remains the only organisation to cater solely for the professional interest of those employed in private and heritage sector and it aims to promote gardening as a profession.

Benefits of Joining the Guild 
• Professional Recognition
• Gatherings; Held throughout the year in a variety of gardens throughout the UK, Ireland and North America. 
The Professional Gardener; Produced quarterly containing articles and events of topical interest from and for the members.
• Employment Liaison; Current vacancies are advertised through the Guild - only accessible to members. 
• Legal Advice; Free legal advice available on any matter
• Events, Conferences, Study Tours & more!

For information of advertising in the Professional Gardener please contact Mariam Oakley on 01462 896688 or email: 

For further details click here www.pgg.org.uk


Current Advertisers

RHS School of Horticulture Strulch Ltd
Q Lawns Countax Ltd
Readyhedge Just Green Ltd
Tree Aid Historic & Botanical Garden
Bursary Scheme Practically Brown Ltd
Friends of Jerusalem Botanical Gardens
David Austin Roses Griffin Glass Houses
Cambridge Glasshouses Ltd Buckingham Nurseries
Alitex Terrain Aeration Services
Country Greenhouses Tracmaster Ltd
Cabi Publishing Capel Manor College
Hardy Exotics Hartley Botanic Ltd
Derwent Treescape Howardson Ltd
Globe Organic Services Green Mech Ltd
Lubbe & Sons Ltd Magestic Trees