Hawkesmill Nurseries – get ready for perennials this month

by | Jan 19, 2017 | News, Products | 0 comments


Hawkesmill Nurseries, the Warwickshire based family company,?are raring to go and to?share?their stunningly beautiful perennials?with their customers.

The Hawkesmill?perennial selections are?excellent spring sellers and available right now, which is the perfect time to start your season.? 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, which?Hawkesmill will then collect from?customers when next delivering. Also available in?this years?perennial 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. With such a substantial selection of perennials such as, Achillea, Bergenia, Campanula, Digitalis, Geum, Lupin, Malva, Papaver and Salvia, to name but a few, the biggest problem the customer will have will be to choose from this array of blooms!

Commenting on the?perennials for 2017, Richard Evans sales director explained: ?We are proud to have produced an even bigger selection of perennials for our customers this year.? We supply all our collections?with our?attractive, sales-boosting presentation, featuring our lock in variety labels on each plant and full colour POS for each collection.??Our new trays of?12, mean that we can offer a service that is even? more environmentally friendly!”

As with all Hawkesmill Nurseries?plants, perennial 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?perennials, as well as general availability by?phoning them on 01676 532334 or by emailing them on sales@hawkesmillnurseries.co.uk.

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