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April 27, 2018

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New website design for Laurica Plants

Laurica

Europe’s leading Laurel grower Laurica Plants has re-designed its company website to make it easier for clients to use. The company, based in Jabbeke near Bruges, decided to update its website for wholesalers, buyers for garden centres, and those in the landscaping sector to be able to easily access what they are looking for along with relevant advice and more information about the company itself.

Director Marian Maenhoudt said: “We wanted a new website with plenty of nice pictures and a good structure, so people don’t have to search too long to find what they are looking for.

“For the professional designer and plant buyer, we have made this clearer so they can choose their own requirements. They can access our catalogue to see who we are and what we can offer.

“For the private client they can go to our website and look our ‘Certificate’ of quality.  There is also some advice on general bay tree maintenance concerning pruning, repotting, fertilizing, watering and winter management.”

See Laurica Plants at international horticulture trade fair IPM ESSEN, taking place from 24 to 27 January 2017.

www.laurica.be

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