Brain food: Earning curve - Gardening

Brain food: Earning curve - Gardening - Ground Force's Charlie Dimmock - pounds 500,000 a year

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Last Updated: 09 Oct 2013

Ground Force's Charlie Dimmock - pounds 500,000 a year

Royal Parks Agency's CEO - pounds 60,000-pounds 70,000

Designer for TV garden show - pounds 30,000+

Garden centre manager - pounds 20,000-pounds 25,000 Lecturer at Welsh College of Horticulture - pounds 20,000

Tree surgeon - pounds 20,000

National Trust gardener - pounds 15,000-pounds 23,000

Buckingham Palace gardener - pounds 11,500

Garden centre assistant - pounds 8,000-pounds 9,000

Garden statue thieves - pounds 50-pounds 5,000 per piece.

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