Hawkesmill Nurseries alpines available to order now

by | Feb 13, 2017 | News, Products | 0 comments


Hawkesmill Nurseries,?based in?Warwickshire are a family concern who love their alpines and being able to share these with their?customers.

Available from this month, the Hawkesmill?Nurseries alpine?range is?growing in?size and variety choice each year.? These beauties are?perfect for?both?the experienced and beginner gardener, as they are surprisingly easy to grow.

All plants are individually bar-coded and available with full colour POS.??There is also the option to have attractive, weatherproof pricing strips supplied, which can be attached to display benches to give a clear pricing message.

Brand new for 2017 – all 9cm pots now come in?newly introduced re-usable trays?of 12.? The 1 litre?pots?option?is provided?as 8 plants per tray, 30 trays per trolley.????Also available in?this years?alpine range are mixed 6 packs which come in 6 x 9cm pots/pack, full colour carry handle, seasonal selection 14 packs to a shelf, 84 to a trolley.??Hawkesmill Nurseries are also?unusual in that all their plants?are?supplied?in square pots, rather than the standard round type.

With?stunning varieties such as, Acaena, Ajuga, Aubretia, Dianthus, Phlox and Sedum… to name but a few, customers will be spoilt for choice!

Richard Evans sales director explained: ?The Hawkesmill team have always loved their alpines and it seems that there is a growing trend for the consumer to be loving them more too!? Gradually people are realising just how easy these are to grow and also just what a fabulously diverse selection of alpines is available nowadays.? So we are pleased to be offering another extensive range to our customers in 2017.”

As with all Hawkesmill Nurseries?plants,?alpine orders can be placed in advance and dispatched on specified week numbers or when ready, with top up stock available weekly.? The retailer can also place orders on an ad hoc basis from the weekly availability lists.

Hawkesmill Nurseries is a family run business with over 40 years growing experience – providing quality seasonal plants to Retail Nurseries, Garden Centres and also more recently to Landscapers and Garden Designers too.? They are based in the heart of the country having their own satellite nurseries all within a 25 mile radius of the main production and dispatch site.

Garden Retailers can contact Hawkesmill Nurseries for more information about their?alpines, as well as general availability by?phoning them on 01676 532334 or by emailing them on sales@hawkesmillnurseries.co.uk.

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