Wyevale Garden Centres adds to trade-focused landscape areas

Wyevale Garden Centres is rolling out its popular 'Landscape Yards' to its sites at Swindon, Gloucester, Royston and Harlestone Heath.

Wyevale rolling out four new landscape yards in-store. Image: Wyevale Garden Centres
Wyevale rolling out four new landscape yards in-store. Image: Wyevale Garden Centres

Each Landscape Yard will cover at least 12,000 square foot and stock everything from paving and fencing to sheds and summerhouses, with a range aimed at professional tradespeople and homeowners.

Paving displays will be built by local landscapers from materials stocked in store. All the products on display will be available in stock and in bulk.

Ben Wright, landscape sales manager at Wyevale Garden Centres, said: "Our existing landscape yards are already proving extremely popular amongst the trade industry with sales up 44 per cent in 2015. The new yards will provide all landscaping needs under one roof; with inspirational ideas through the creation of our paved displays and product at competitive trade prices.

"Product expertise is also key at the Landscape Yards, which is something you can't buy over the counter. We have a dedicated sales team to assist trade customers and enthusiastic landscapers by offering help and advice to make their job easier."

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