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Your Career in Landscape Maintenance

Landscape Maintenance Technician, Crew, Supervisor, Foreman, Manager; Specialty Pruner, Arborist, Irrigation Specialist, Turf Specialist, Estate Gardener
There are many job titles in the world of landscape maintenance. As professionals in the industry, we care for the grounds of residential and commercial buildings. Maintaining these grounds requires knowledge of pruning trees and shrubs, lawncare, pest and disease management, water management, machinery, and hardscape elements and how they all work to together. It varies from field work to sales and from scheduling to training to budgeting. Landscape maintenance develops long term relationships between the client and contractor, which is very rewarding. There is always room to increase your knowledge in this line of work.

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Ann Gilpin

…the best part of my job is the peace and quiet of working in the gardens without interruption. I’ve enjoyed getting to know my clients and I appreciate the trust they have in me…

Sarah Gregory

I love that I get to work with my father to continue to grow and improve this company. I absolutely love the people who work for this company with their passion and commitment to excellence in horticulture…

11 Days From: US$ 3,999

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Do you have a horticulture background, or an interest in plants or landscaping?
See a list of current jobs available in Washington state at plant nurseries, garden centers and landscaping companies. You might find the career you've been looking for!

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