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Planting At The Palace! The Royal Family Is Seeking A Full-Time Gardener Who Gets To Live At Buckingham Palace!

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Planting At The Palace! The Royal Family Is Seeking A Full-Time Gardener Who Gets To Live At Buckingham Palace!

Planting At The Palace! The Royal Family Is Seeking A Full-Time Gardener Who Gets To Live At Buckingham Palace!

If you’re an experienced gardener, you might be of her majesty’s service!

Buzz60’s Mercer Morrison has the story.

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Planting At The Palace! The Royal Family Is Seeking A Full-Time Gardener Who Gets To Live At Buckingham Palace!

If you’re an experienced gardener, you might be of her majesty’s service!

The Royal House is looking for a full time gardener and the successful applicant gets to live at Buckingham Palace!

Starting salary is over 23,500 dollars a year and meals are provided.

You’ll be joining the garden team tasked with caring for the royal gardens surrounding Buckingham palace and St.

James Palace.

Ironically there might not be much time to stop and smell the roses as your other duties include monitoring plants, maintaining growth of trees and shrubs, as well as helping to ensure the future of the gardens by planting “new shrubbery, bulbs and seasonal flower displays.” And since this is the royal family we’re talking about, this gardening position isn’t for horticulture hobbyists.

The job requires a passion for gardening and great insight of turf care and plants.

Not to mention Horticulture certificates, an array of knowledge operating various garden machinery, and a UK driver’s license to drive a large truck.

This is some serious planting we’re talking about!

And most of all “You'll take great pride in your work and will be motivated to present gardens to exceptional standards.” as the application states.

Applications are due by April 24th so don’t wait til it’s tulip….I mean too late.

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