Blooming successful three-year project at holiday park
A three-year project to supply plants to a Northumberland holiday park has been hailed a major success after its completion.
Leading plant nursery Johnsons of Whixley, a family-run horticultural nursery based in North Yorkshire, has supplied plants to two landscaping and constructions companies as part of a major long-term project at Haggerston Castle.
The first phase of stock included native trees, hedging, ornamental and specimen shrubs, which was supplied to Brambledown Landscapes in Durham, which then undertook the initial landscaping, between autumn 2013 and spring 2015.
The 200-acre nursery then supplied various phases of stock to P1 Solutions, from Edinburgh, which undertook the second phase of landscaping between February 2016 and spring 2017.
That work included mature specimen trees, instant hedging, a large range of ornamental shrubs, grasses, heathers and native structure planting.
Officials at Whixley were delighted to carry out the work at Haggerston Castle Holiday Park, a caravan park which stands out due to having a castle in the grounds.
It is set around several lakes and is surrounded by beautiful scenery, as well as being close to beaches and castles.
Andrew Richardson, joint managing director at Johnsons of Whixley, said: “We have a proven track record of supplying an excellent quality of products and services to businesses in the leisure industry and it was a pleasure to be a part of such a fantastic development at Haggerston Castle.
“Our current systems at Johnsons of Whixley contain more than 45,000 stock variants, which ensures that we can offer a solution for every scheme and budget.”
Andy Aitken, operations director at P1 Solutions, said: “P1 Solutions can confirm that Johnsons of Whixley has provided top quality plants and service on the two phases of work we have carried out at Haggerston Castle in 2016 and 2017.”
Johnsons of Whixley is one of the largest commercial nursery businesses in Europe and supplies plants and trees to the amenity sector, alongside thriving garden centre sales.
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