DIFM trend means launch of new garden designers’ dept
Posted by Luke. Jul. 3 2015 in PR Stories.

IN RESPONSE to a new trend towards ‘Do It For Me’ and a move away from DIY we have launched a new Garden Design & Domestic Landscape sales department (July,

The trend for DIFM will see a bigger demand for garden designers and landscapers and we are creating a department especially for their needs. 

Adam Dunnett, our Sales and Marketing Director, said: “We have appointed Adrian Hoare as Garden Design & Domestic Landscape Sales Manager. He has worked for us for 30 years in a multitude of sectors and his experience means he offers excellent service and advice to our customers. 

“He will be able to give guidance to customers on plant selection, sourcing product and finding solutions to fill the most challenging landscape designs. 

“We have also made significant changes to our production with more specimen shrubs, a wider range of must have herbaceous, container hedging and tree ranges. This is backed up with stock from our partner nurseries across Europe to provide a full pallet. Giving designers and architects a ‘one-stop-shop’ to fulfil even the most complex of planting schemes.

“We would also like to work closely with proactive and forward thinking garden design and domestic landscape companies to form a working partnership. We will use these relationships to develop our ranges and ensure our customers are aware of the newest introductions and developments in the plant world.”

We can deliver anywhere in the UK or offer a collection service straight from our nursery in Hereford.

Adam added: “Garden design colleges are now training a new generation of very professional designers and this means there is a bright future for our industry. We are always happy to open our doors to colleges and in the past we have had visits from Cotswold Gardening School, Pershore College and the Garden Design School in Devizes.”

Adrian Hoare, Garden Design & Domestic Landscape Sales Manager at Wyevale Nurseries.  


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