Easigrass offers landscaping to artificial turf customers

Easigrass has announced it will provide a new landscape service, Easi-Scape, including plants, shrubs and trees for all Easigrass garden customers.

Managing director Anthony J. Gallagher launches Easi-Scape. Image: Supplied
Managing director Anthony J. Gallagher launches Easi-Scape. Image: Supplied

Anthony J. Gallagher, managing director of Easigrass Distribution Limited, said: "We are extremely excited about our new Easi-Scape business offering and will be working with some very well-known landscaping names to assist us with development, as well as forging joint ventures within hard landscaping."

The new landscaping service was launched at the RHS Chelsea Flower Show, where Easigrass celebrated winning a 4-Star trade stand award for its stand ‘and the Living is Easi…’.

The award is Easigrass’s fourth RHS Chelsea Flower Show win since 2010, after taking Silver Gilt for ‘The Urban Plantaholic’s Kitchen Garden’ garden (2010) and Gold and Best in Show for ‘Green With…’ in the Fresh garden category (2012).

Easigrass returned to the show with garden designer Tony Smith of Hortus Infinitus and supported by retail partner John Lewis. This year’s build was undertaken by the newly formed Easi-Scape team, headed up by Michael Murphy from County Mayo, Ireland.

Murphy was behind the idea of grass tiles forming part of the new Easi-Gazeebee, also launched at this year’s show.

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