Hopefully, having explored different options on how to present a garden design or landscaping brand to our target audience, we have now received some enquiries!
The second stage of the design process involves handling these enquiries: this is especially important for designers because it will be the first active communicative response to our potential client, and we need to demonstrate our professionalism as…Continue
Welcome to the first lesson in my course - How to start and run a garden and landscaping business.
In this first post, we'll take a…
There have been many comments via blogs and via those peripheral voices of the countryside that the British public are apathetic towards the threats to the UK countryside, its flora and fauna and further the biodiversity of the world. Are they? I don’t believe they are and the monumental flow of money equivalent to a small countries’ GDP into conservation NGOs suggest otherwise. The huge public surge of anger towards the ‘Forest Sell Off’, was quickly manipulated by some NGOs, who ended up…Continue
I've been itching to let you in on a little information regarding a positive transition of my garden design and Landscaping company, based in Newton Abbot, Devon.
Business for Jackson's Landscape Design before joining LJN on the January 23, 2009 was, and I'll be straight here, a struggle and I do…Continue
Added by Sarah Russell on February 17, 2011 at 18:52 — No Comments
Welcome to the Landscape Juice Network.
My name is Phil Voice and I have created this site to help professional gardeners, landscapers, designers, product manufacturers and suppliers [and also private gardeners and home owners] who might be looking for inspiration, help and advice.
At the core of the site lies a very powerful search engine friendly matrix, which means any content (and this gets stronger and stronger by the day) that you put up is being picked…
Of all the elements that go into the creation of a garden, quality of light is the least concrete. Paradoxically it is also the element that can have the greatest sway over the success…Continue
The Landscape Juice Network (LJN)
What is it?
LJN is an open association of individuals and companies involved in landscaping, garden maintenance, horticulture and garden design.
The site is free to join. There is no restriction to being a member and all information -with the exception of that exchanged within a few specialist groups - is available for anyone to read and comment upon.
Why was it formed?
LJN was formed in…
Added by Phil Voice on June 30, 2010 at 9:00 — No Comments