Firm supplies rooftop plants

August 2013
Horticulture Week;8/2/2013, p6
Trade Publication
The article reports on the contract won by Boningale Nurseries to Frosts Landscape Construction Ltd. which will supply 10,000 plants in two new rooftop terraces at a library development in Birmingham.


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