Boningale Nurseries is celebrating another winning streak after learning that all three winners in a prestigious landscape awards category had been supplied with its top quality nursery stock.
It meant success for the second year running for the leading Albrighton-based company in the BALI (British Association of Landscape Industries) National Landscape Awards 2014, which reward professionalism and skill in landscaped schemes.
All three winners in the Soft Landscaping Construction (Non Domestic) under £300,000 category had commissioned Boningale Nurseries, also a member of BALI, to supply them with plants and shrubs for their projects.
They were Sustain Landscapes Ltd, which won for its work at Harton Quays Park, South Shields and Elmtree Garden Contractors Ltd, which won two awards: one for Bristol Harbourside, Building 4 and Millennium Promenade, Bristol, and a second for its landscaping at Bath Western Riverside Podium.
Boningale also supplied two winners in the Grounds Maintenance – Free Public Access category: Continental Landscapes for its landscaping at Wychavon Parks, Wychavon, and The Landscape Group, which was recognised for its excellent work at Eastbourne Seafront Promenade and Carpet Gardens.
Frank Sandford, Sales Director at Boningale Nurseries, said: “We are very proud indeed to be associated with all of these winning landscaping projects, which demonstrate the very highest standards in the industry.
“The BALIs are the Oscars of the landscaping profession so to have played a role in five winning projects this year is testament to the quality of stock we supply and the calibre of clients we work with.”
Frank added: “Congratulations to all the award-winning Contractors, and we thank them for placing their business with Boningale.”
All the winners will be presented with their awards at the BALI awards ceremony at the Grosvenor Park Hour in December.
Last year, Boningale Nurseries also supplied three winners, The New Birmingham Library, The Co-operative head office in Manchester, and St Antony’s College, Oxford.