Wyevale Garden Centre HARLESTONE HEATH, Northamptonshire, OPENS NEW LANDSCAPING YARD


Wyevale Garden Centre Harlestone Heath, Northampton, has extended its product offering to the likes of local tradesmen and landscapers with its newly launched ‘Landscape Yard’. Already proving a success at several other centres across the UK, the new Landscape Yard at Wyevale Garden Centre Harlestone Heath will equip customers with bulk-buy landscaping materials, specialist staff and paved displays to show the result of a perfectly landscaped garden.

The Landscape Yard will cover an area of 12,560 square feet and stock everything from paving and fencing to sheds and summerhouses. The varied product range means the centre is now a ‘one-stop shop’ for not only avid gardeners but also professional tradesmen and homeowners with a DIY passion. The landscaping materials will be available with a dedicated bulk-buy and pick up area, separate to the centre main entrance.

The new area will feature inspirational paved displays, produced from the landscaping materials that are stocked in store, and will help to inspire all visitors planning a garden landscaping project.

Richard Smith, Landscape Specialist for Wyevale Garden Centre Harlestone Heath says: “It’s great to see the centre offering a much wider range of products to a slightly different audience. Whilst one side of the centre is dedicated to avid gardeners, another area is also the main port of call for local tradesman and landscapers. Having a drop-in yard stocked with great quality products where you can get expert advice, as well as genuine inspiration for your work is such a great combination.”

All the products on display will be available in stock and in bulk. The Landscaping Yard offers a bespoke solution, professional advice and design help, competitive prices, trade discounts and quality guaranteed by Wyevale Garden Centres.

Other Landscape Yards are already open at Wyevale Garden Centres at Royston, Gloucester, Swindon, Old Barn, Winnersh, Osterley, Rake, Playhatch, Lechlade, and Bicester.