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HortiTrends Weekly News - Christmas Comment & 2013 Outlook - Latest Jobs - Muckross Garden Centre For Sale - John Stanley on French Garden Centres - Dec 20th

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Thank you everyone for sticking with us in 2012 as we grew, broke, fixed ourselves, changed and finally had our first baby www.JobsInHorticulture.ieTwo new babies coming in 2013 called www.GardenGuide.ie and www.HortiTrends.co.uk ! Thank you also to all of our advertisers who allow us to remain a free to access site. Please support them when you can.

As we come to the end of 2012, one thought that springs to mind is 'Tough Year', but we are still here. Are you?

You may have lost your job, changed your role, took another wage cut, spent even longer on credit control, felt exhilaration in finding new business, felt fear wondering will you get paid, thought of giving it all up, went back to education to find yourself, came out of education to find no jobs, started a business, stopped your business or maybe even happily emigrated.

Horticulture in its many streams, is all about a passion, that for the hardcore of us, started as a love of the land, nature and plants, while others may have got involved chasing the money! They are mostly gone now.

In the quiet, reflective period over Christmas, why not try to rekindle your passion. Pull or plant a weed (Its always a matter of opinion). Read a historical garden book to remind ourselves where it all came from. I recommend 'Thief at the End of the World' or 'The Gardener Brothers'. If you think we have it hard, please read any of these. Work and the daily routine can grind us all down. Recharge the batteries and come out fighting again for another year. Yes, it's gonna be tough again, but shuh what else would we all be doing anyway?

HortiTrends will be with you as you continue your journey in 2013, bringing you the information that you need to make the right decisions for you horticulture business, career or education.

Wherever you are on your horticulture journey we wish you all a Merry Christmas.

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    Joseph (Editor at HortiTrends)