Butler Landscapes, multiple Royal Horticultural Society Gold Medal winners and a specialist in all aspects of garden design, landscape construction and garden maintenance, is offering the apprenticeships.
Based in Prees, the company undertakes garden projects for private and commercial clients throughout the whole UK.
It says it has built up a strong reputation in the local area and all work is undertaken by a professional, experienced team, including qualified landscapers and garden designers.
The organisation would like to grow its team of experts by training two apprentices who will train as a landscaping operative, or for the right person, landscaping supervisor.
The training will involve groundworks as well as specific gardening, horticultural skills and construction.
The company said this is a fantastic opportunity for young people who like to be outdoors gaining the satisfaction of creating amazing spaces.
Sharon Butler, director of Butler Landscapes, said: "We are really excited to be able to offer the opportunity to two young people whom would love to develop a career in landscaping.
"The company is going through a really exciting stage of development and the landscape industry has so many opportunities for someone to develop themselves an exciting future whilst creating amazing outdoor spaces for both private and commercial clients."
The apprenticeships will be organised by County Training, working in conjunction with North Shropshire College.