Gardening Franchise and Landscaping Franchise Opportunities

Find gardening & landscaping franchises for sale across the UK on our directory of gardening & landscaping franchise opportunities. You'll find our full list of franchises in this sector below.

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Express - Gardening Gardening & Landscaping Franchises Franchise

Express business group gives you the opportunity to turn your passion into a career. If you love...

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Countrywide Grounds Maintenance Gardening & Landscaping Franchises Franchise

As a multi-award winning management franchise, the British Franchise Associations Franchisor of...

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Hybrid Fencing Gardening & Landscaping Franchises Franchise

A HOME BASED BUSINESS THAT HAS GREAT EARNING POTENTIAL, AN ALMOST ENDLESS MARKET, NO REAL...

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Diamond Home Support Gardening & Landscaping Franchises Franchise

Cleaning, home help and gardening franchise - all in one for just £2,495 start-up fee.

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Eds Garden Maintenance Gardening & Landscaping Franchises Franchise

Join the UK’s leading Garden Franchise with initial guaranteed work to ensure your success from...

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Colourfence Ltd Gardening & Landscaping Franchises Franchise

Colourfence attracts franchisees from everywhere. From experienced entrepreneurs to first-time...

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Gardening, Landscaping and Lawn Care Franchise Advice


Are you looking to start your own gardening or landscaping business with the support of an established nationwide network? If so, then a gardening or landscaping franchise could be the perfect solution.

With gardening and landscaping franchises, many of the marketing and branding costs associated with attracting new business become centralised, which gives you better value for your advertising spend and affords you the freedom to focus on the area of the business you do best, whether that’s managing a fleet of lawn care vans or carrying out landscaping work yourself directly.

When you become a franchisee, you benefit from the systems and advice of the franchisor, but you are still wholly responsible for your own business. You need to make sure that you are fully and appropriately insured for the work that you are doing, and that you remain compliant with all UK trading laws. 

Enquire to the franchises above to learn more about running a landscaping or gardening franchise. Alternatively, you can learn more about becoming a franchisee by reading our “what is a franchise”? guide.