PlantNetwork maintains an email list to circulate job vacancies to our members and also provides links to horticultural careers advice.
If you would like to become a member please join us.
We are able to post job advertisements via our email distribution group. We do not place adverts on our website.
Our email weekly updates to our members group is sent to over 450 gardens and individuals representing over 1500 horticultural staff. Weekly updates are usually sent out on Thursday afternoons.
What we require:
- Job description
- Salary – PlantNetwork supports the Professional Gardeners’ Guild salary guidelines.
- Application process
- Closing date
Weblinks and attachments are welcome.
- Members £125, non-members £250
- Invoices can be paid by BACS transfer, cheque or online payment.
Please contact us for details.
The Historic and Botanic Garden Bursary Scheme (HBGBS) enables enthusiastic and committed horticulturists to increase their horticultural and other technical skills through practically based training placements, in a range of historic and botanic gardens.
The Institute of Horticulture is the authoritative organisation representing those professionally engaged in Horticulture in the UK & Ireland.
Its membership comprises, and represents, those that are involved in amenity horticulture, parks, landscaping, botanic/heritage gardens, and the full range of horticulture within leisure industries as well as those producing, managing, growing and marketing all edible and decorative horticultural crops, allied research, education and consultancy. It also includes those working in associated supply industries and students taking their first steps into horticulture.
Grow your own career in horticulture: growcareers.info is the website for horticulture careers information.
Facebook is a social utility that connects people with friends and others who work, study and live around them.
Social networking and microblogging service – @GrowCareers
Information on grants and bursaries available from organisations in the United Kingdom for horticultural projects, exchanges and travel
Established in 2004 to fund training and study for working gardeners in the UK and Ireland, the PGT provides gardeners with the opportunity to acquire skills and gain qualifications through part-time courses and work placements. This enhances their careers and benefits the horticulture profession as a whole.