Garden centre ‘brings back colour’

2015-09-01 06:00
Photo: Kalisha Naicker
Maxwell Mkhwnazi the manager of Assagay Garden  Centre.

Photo: Kalisha Naicker Maxwell Mkhwnazi the manager of Assagay Garden Centre.

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ASSAGAY Garden Centre, known for its service and friendly advice, urges customers to take advantage of its quality products to use in spring.

Maxwell Mkhwnazi said that the garden centre’s products and services are aimed at providing ultimate customer satisfaction. “We’re always ready to back up our products with useful and accurate information and support to end-users,” he said.

“Since establishment it has always been our aim to supply a distinctive range of high-quality indigenous plants. We stock a wide range of seedlings, indigenous trees and try to bring back the colour to one’s garden.”

In addition to providing plants and seedlings, the garden centre offers customers the services of landscapers to find the right solution to their requirements.

Mkhwanzi said at Assagay Garden Nursery they also provide environmentally appropriate ornamentals for every purpose.

“We know our clients and end users are exposed to a changing environment and that their needs will change as years go by. We keep our fingers on the pulse and strive to meet changes, head-on, sometime even pre-empting them by being ready before the demand arises. Once we become aware of a need, it’s our aim to satisfy it,” said Mkhwanzi.

His message to the community is, “a beautiful garden can heal your soul”.

“Why must one travel many kilometres to see beautiful flowers, trees, birds and butterflies when one can have it right on their doorstep. When one is troubled or stressed a beautiful garden is all your need to clear your mind and ease the tension.

“At Assagay Garden Centre we can make this happen. All you need is to visit us, you won’t be disappointed.”

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