About the Professional Gardeners’ Guild
For over 30 years the PGG has been the meeting touchstone for professional gardeners employed in private gardens and estates. Our aims are to promote professional contact, share information and skills and, through our extensive ongoing learning and traineeships, to continue to provide the horticultural industry with skilled gardeners and garden managers. But it’s not all work, work, work – the PGG events are very social activities and we look forward to welcoming new members.
The objectives of the Guild are:
The Professional Gardener Journal
The PGG produces a quarterly journal, The Professional Gardener, with articles produced almost entirely by members of the 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.
For more information about the journal, please click here.