How to Start Your Own Interior Landscape Business

by Joelle Steele

Cover, How to Start Your Own Interior Landscape Business by Joelle Steele

2008 (Print), 5th ed., 40 pgs

2014 (ebook), 7th ed.
ISBN: 978-1-940388-12-0

* Stop living from paycheck to paycheck!
* Take charge of your life!
* Be your own boss!

March 14, 2014: Simple and general overview of the interior landscape business and the tools, equipment, and supplies you'll need to get started. Learn a few basic guidelines for purchasing plants and materials, and for transporting and maintaining plants. Also covered are educational requirements, licensing, start-up costs, job requirements, drawbacks for owner-operators, selling your business, managing employees, pricing for profit, and finding clients. Handy resource guide of publications and trade organizations, and several pages of Q&A material directly from the author's workshops and magazine columns.


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PRINT VERSION: Item #h-01: $9.99 (Only available in the U.S.A.)

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REVIEWS

This is such a simple little book, but it made me stop and think about what I needed to do to insure my success. Thanks for opening my eyes! - Brad Elgin, Mariton, Pennsylvania

I've been a maintenance tech for 3 years, and I wanted some very simple, very basic insight into what it would take to start my own interiorscape company. "How to Start Your Own Interior Landscape Business" was just what I needed. - Derek Vatr, Chicago, Illinois

I was a plant tech for several years, but your book was very helpful to me in deciding whether or not I wanted to start this kind of business for myself. - Jeremy Wish, Los Angeles, California

I'm glad I bought "How to Start Your Own Interior Landscape Business" because it prepared me for a lot of things I didn't think about. - Brooke Abramson, Boston, Massachusetts

At first your book, "How to Start Your Own Interior Landscape Business," shattered my dreams. Literally. Then I thought about it and realized that it was actually a godsend. I can still have my dream, but I need to approach it like what it really is: a business. Thanks, Joelle! - Maryann Ducal, Rome, Georgia


PRESS RELEASES

March 17, 2008: Is it time for you to stop living from paycheck to paycheck? If you have a green thumb and have always dreamed of being your own boss, here's a book that just might help you make that decision. Many Hats Publications has just released the updated 5th edition of How to Start Your Own Interior Landscape Business by author and interiorscape expert Joelle Steele. Here's what's included: tools, equipment, and supplies; guidelines for purchasing plants and materials; transporting and maintaining plants; educational requirements; licensing and other start-up costs; job requirements; drawbacks for owner-operators; selling your business; managing employees; pricing for profit; and finding clients. There's also a handy resource guide of publications and trade organizations, and several pages of Q&A material directly from the author's workshops and magazine columns. Available at www.manyhatspublications.com and www.amazon.com. Saddle-stitched, 40 pgs, Hortica Publications/Many Hats Publications.

February 9, 1986: Interior landscape consultant Joelle Steele has released a booklet entitled How to Start Your Own Interior Landscape Business. Steele provides a simple and general overview of the industry and describes the skills, tools, equipment, and supplies necessary, as well as basic guidelines for purchasing plants and materials, and transporting and maintaining plants. How to Start Your Own Interior Landscape Business covers educational requirements, licensing, start-up costs, job requirements, drawbacks for owner-operators, selling a business, managing employees, pricing for profit, and finding clients. Also included is a detailed resource guide of publications and trade organizations, and several pages of Q&A material directly from the author's workshops and magazine columns. Saddle-stitched, 24 pgs, Hortica Publications/Many Hats Publications.