Nursery showcases hardy plants grown and nurtured in the Vale of York

by | Sep 28, 2017 | News, Plantaria, Sustainability | 0 comments

Leading horticultural nursery Johnsons of Whixley has announced the release of its new 2018 Garden Centre Sales Catalogue, featuring its largest ever range.

The new catalogue features a wide selection of hardy plants grown and nurtured in the Vale of York, on which the 200-acre Johnsons nursery is located.

The release of the catalogue follows an extremely successful period of sales and the stock available aims to meet the growing demand of a diverse cross-section of customers.

Johnsons of Whixley garden centre sales manager, Mark Reynard, said: ?Finalising and distributing our annual catalogue is always an exciting time for the business, and this latest edition is our biggest and best yet.

?It includes expanded 12L tree and climber sections, a selection of more than 170 promotions, which includes 29 new additions, alongside a wealth of new lines added to each of our four key ranges.

?We strongly recommend those wishing to secure a promotion for the year ahead to place a reserve with us as soon as possible.?

The 2018 Johnsons of Whixley Garden Centre Sales catalogue is being distributed throughout September to garden centres throughout the UK.

To request a copy, contact Paul Lamb on 01423 332309 or email paull@nurserymen.co.uk.

 

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