Interactive product library features on new Wyevale Nurseries website

Wyevale Nurseries has officially launched its new interactive website to be in keeping with its new logo, company colours and restructure.

The company in Hereford has a completely new website, which has a range of new features including an interactive product library.

Adam Dunnett, sales and marketing director at Wyevale Nurseries, said: "Our new website was designed to represent the restructure we made last year within our production divisions and show the new focus within our company.

"Using the new logo and company colours we hope it illustrates our company’s long history, the depth of knowledge, which comes with such heritage and our ambitious, innovative plans for the future.

"The new interactive product library on the website is continuously growing and being developed. Using this key feature customers are able to source a magnitude of information on specific varieties. Search options are available to allow filtering on a range of plant features and tolerances, providing a useful tool for product selection.

"Within the website there is now detailed information about each of our production divisions highlighting our point of difference from other suppliers. We are the only UK nursery to offer the full spectrum of stock – trees, hedging transplants and small to specimen sized container grown stock."

The website also features topical news stories about the industry and bulletins about Wyevale Nurseries, its staff and future plans. Details of upcoming events the company will be attending will also be on the site. 

Updated stock lists will be available so people can see the range of stock the nursery offers and they can now be downloaded by product category both as a PDF and in an Excel spreadsheet.

All of Wyevale Nurseries’ catalogues are available to download and its 2015 Autumn Catalogue and 2016 Promotional Catalogues aimed at garden centres and retail markets will soon be added.


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