August 17, 2017

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M&N Horticulture Ltd cultivates 20 years of growth

Norfolk based M&N Horticulture Ltd were delighted to be celebrating their 20th anniversary on 4 August 2017.

Established in rural Wymondham in 1997 by Martin and Nicky Wood, M&N Horticulture Ltd continues to offer creative landscape design, construction and maintenance across Norfolk and Suffolk. Martin & Nicky both have a daily hands-on approach in the company, whilst looking for new ideas and both are looking forward for the future.

A family-run company with the ability to handle high quality landscape construction projects, M&N Horticulture are proud to be long standing members and accredited by the APL (Association of Professional Landscapers) and BALI (British Association of Landscape Industries).

A recent highlight for Martin and Nicky involved building The Notcutts Garden, which was opened by the Lord Mayor of Norwich on May 11 2017 at the Notcutts Garden Centre in Daniels Road, Norwich. Coverage of the event can be viewed on the Eastern Daily Press website at http://www.edp24.co.uk/news/new-garden-display-hopes-to-inspire-visitors-to-get-creative-in-their-gardens-1-5017351. Since the Notcutts Norwich show garden they have installed similar gardens at Nottingham, Staines in Surrey and Tunbridge Wells for the Notcutts Group with more to follow.

Previously M&N Horticulture entered national awards hosted by the Association of Professional Landscapers and were proud to have been commended by the judges in both categories.

Now in its twentieth year, M&N Horticulture has grown into an impressive team of dedicated soft landscaping gardening and hard landscaping professionals.  M&N Horticulture have invested heavily in their fleet of sign written vehicles with a range of specialist equipment and machinery, enabling the company to handle more involved and technical projects.

Martin Wood said: “Garden landscaping has evolved over the past 20 years. Modern trends are that people are using their gardens as an additional room to their homes for families and social entertaining. In the future, we expect to see an increase in the use of our construction services as well as a change in design and planting themes to take into account the changing seasons. We are delighted to be offering our garden maintenance services to some of our first clients of now 20 years.”

To find out more about M&N Horticulture Ltd, visit their website.

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