Bradley Stoke Community School, completed in 2005, is a showcase for quality landscape
design. The scheme was designed by Davis Lite Associates and implemented by a Bristol
based Landscape contractor. Dingle Nurseries supplied semi-mature Betula nigra,
Corylus colurna and Quercus robur ‘Fastigiata’ for the project, as well as large
quantities of shrubs and herbaceous stock. The two inner courtyards are complemented
by specimen Phormium and Hebe plantings under mult-stemmed Betula utilis ‘Jacquemontii’.
On behalf of Persimmon Homes, LTC Landscape Architects provided full landscape consultancy
on this project. Mr Usherwood, of LTC, visited Dingle Nurseries to approve all the
stock prior to planting. Breme Park, a mixed soft landscaping scheme, included semi-mature
trees, multi-stem trees, specimen shrubs, roses and large drifts of herbaceous perennials.
The planting is now established and provides a wonderful public space for the new
residents of this development.
Dingle Nurseries have recently completed a contract to supply a large European Union
funded project in Liverpool. The Landscape Contractor, M. J. Hulton, placed an advance
order for container grown stock including over ten thousand, five and ten litre
specimen plants. The early order allowed us to contract grow the plants on our nursery
and thereby offered significant cost savings to our client.
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