Northumberland artificial plant firm still branching out

A display by Replica Landscapes, of Heddon-on-the-Wall.
A display by Replica Landscapes, of Heddon-on-the-Wall.

A Northumberland business is marking its tenth birthday by relaunching its website as it continues to expand.

Replica Landscapes, based at Ash Tree Farm at Heddon-on-the-Wall, is already the UK’s No 1
supplier of artificial plants and trees, but it has no intention of resting on its laurels.

It has invested in a new computer-aided design (CAD) service for its expanding list of clients worldwide, including Barratt Homes, Cadbury and hotel and restaurant chains.

Managing Director Charlie Rutherford said: “The Replica Landscapes brand is very successful and has grown year on year, but it’s always a sound idea to re-invest in the company and make the experience for clients visiting our website more user-friendly. That’s why we’ve invested in brand new websites, a CAD drawing specialist and having a presence at the UK’s leading industry events.”

“For ten years, Replica Landscapes has specialised in creative and professional design, as well as the creation and installation of artificial plants, trees and hedges, and we’re looking forward to developing and planning many more ground-breaking projects across the globe this year and beyond.

“We’re unique because we can offer a comprehensive service. We can design, supply and install but also manufacture bespoke products at our headquarters in Northumberland, so we’re able to help with a full range of projects, and because we do everything in-house, we can discuss everything together and come up with the best solution for customers’ briefs.

“All of the staff in the office have worked within the industry for years on the installation side, so we have extensive experience of all the products and procedures.”

For more information about the company, visit www.replicaplants.co.uk