Butler Landscapes, several Royal Horticultural Society Gold Medal winners and specialist in all aspects of garden design, landscape construction and garden maintenance, offers the learnings.
Based in Prees, the company undertakes garden projects for private and commercial clients across the UK.
He claims to have built a solid reputation in the region and that all work is undertaken by a professional and experienced team, including qualified landscapers and garden designers.
The organization wishes to expand its team of experts by training two apprentices who will take training as a landscaping operator or, for the right person, a landscaping supervisor.
The training will include preparatory work as well as specific skills in gardening, horticulture and construction.
The company said it is a fantastic opportunity for young people who enjoy being outdoors and who have the satisfaction of creating amazing spaces.
Sharon Butler, Director of Butler Landscapes, said: âWe are really excited to be able to offer the opportunity to two young people who would like to develop a career in landscaping.
“The business is going through a really exciting stage of development and the landscape industry has so many opportunities for someone to develop an exciting future while creating amazing outdoor spaces for private and business clients.”
The apprenticeships will be organized by County Training, in collaboration with North Shropshire College.