Sales and marketing director Adam Dunnett said the Hereford business had struggled to get the message out about its wide range of products from its tree, transplant and container grown plant nurseries which were all separate up until this year.
"The fact that we have brought our three key landscape amenity production companies back together into one it seemed the perfect year to produce a catalogue which represented the new collective company, Wyevale Nurseries."
The landscape amenity sector accounts for nearly 70 per cent of Wyevale Nurseries' turnover. The company sells more than 125,000 trees annually, more than five million hedging transplants and 1.5m shrub, hedging and herbaceous container plants.
Dunnett said many competitors had "unrealistic prices" in their catalogues.
He added: "Having spent a number of years as a buyer, I’ve seen lots and lots of supplier catalogues and one thing in particular that used to frustrate me was the unrealistic prices. We have aimed our catalogue prices at market rates with price bands, which we hope makes this catalogue a useful working document.