Award-winning Form Plants, established in 2020, today announces expansion into a new 8-acre site in Chobham, Surrey.
Situated conveniently just off junction 11 of the M25, the larger, more versatile site, offers greater scope for company growth, expansion of its range and bespoke services to design and landscape industry professionals.
Jamie Butterworth, Managing Director of Form Plants, says: “I’m so proud that Form Plants is growing and expanding. It’s been an amazing few years, including supplying plants to 11 gardens at RHS Chelsea Flower Show in 2022, to battling hurricanes and drought. However, by moving our main operation to the larger Surrey site, means we will have more space. More space means more plants, which will deliver on value, quality and choice. We hope it becomes evident, to all our current and future customers, that we will continue to be an independent, knowledgeable, enthusiastic team, that is dedicated to offering a bespoke service that is second to none.”
The new site’s larger acreage is more than eight times the size of the first Form Plants home at Dorney Court, in Windsor. The added space will enable greater opportunity to expand the range of plants, further develop the unique Form tree showroom concept and offer bespoke contract growing for garden and landscape designers, including the coveted RHS Flower Shows.
A central hub on site will offer a creative space for customers to meet with the Form team to discuss projects and services or network with like-minded industry professionals.
Jamie adds: “Our biggest energy rush is when we work with garden designers, landscape architects, contractors and members of the public, delivering on their needs. So, we will be asking all our customers for the type of nursery, customer care levels and pricing structures that work for them. If anyone has views about what we should do next – and how we do it – please get in touch, we want to hear from them.”
Form Plants’ original home at Dorney Court, Windsor will continue to operate, servicing the needs of designers, landscapers and retail customers.
Form Plants is contract growing the plants for Carol Klein’s Horticultural Hero feature garden at RHS Hampton Court Flower Show. Managing Director, Jamie will be appearing with Carol discussing the plants on BBC Gardeners’ World on Friday 28th April.
For more information about Form Plants please visit formplants.com