Squire?s supplier plant show

by | Feb 16, 2016 | News | 0 comments

Squire?s Garden Centres hosted a supplier plant show on the 11th?of February at Squire?s in West Horsley, Surrey. According to Squire?s, suppliers came from all over the UK and abroad to showcase their latest plants to the Squire?s team.

Speaking of the event, Squire?s said: ?Employees from Squire?s came to meet the suppliers, and were able to get a sneak preview of some of the superb plants that will soon be on sale to customers.?Squire?s plant managers were also asked to vote for their ?best? supplier in two categories – hardy and bedding plants.

Classiflora?won the best hardy plant supplier award, and the best bedding plant supplier award went to?Barnsfold Nurseries. Squire?s plant managers were impressed by both companies? plant quality, and particularly by their high levels of customer service, for always going above and beyond expectations.

Sarah Squire commented:??This was an excellent show, and we are very grateful to all of our suppliers who attended and to our teams for making the time to come along in force.

?It was such a treat to see the superb quality of plants, and some of the exciting new plants that we are stocking for 2016.?This is the second year that we have held a supplier plant show, and I think that everyone at Squire?s came away with great enthusiasm and excitement for the season ahead.?

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