About the location
The eighteenth century woodland had been grown for its commercial value with a widened the choice of trees and shrubs and thus laid the foundations of the present collection.
The arboretum, now spread out over seventy acres, features a collection of more than three thousand different trees and shrubs, together with extensive herbaceous borders, water gardens, an alpine trough garden, a sculpture garden, a rose garden and a rill. The medieval fish ponds, their interconnecting canal and the existing lake have been restored and two new ones have been added. An eighteenth century avenue of mature yews has been cleared of self seeded shrubs and saplings, and returned to its former grandeur.
An exciting opportunity has arisen for a skilled gardener to join our team.
You should hold a national certificate or higher and have a minimum of 3 years practical experience working with herbaceous and woody areas.
A competitive salary is offered, depending on experience and qualifications.
Please apply with CV below.