Commercial Garden Projects Too Big for some Suppliers

Commercial garden projects are among the most challenging types of landscaping work available in the industry. Often, these projects span a large geographical area, such as a new shopping centre or an industrial estate. The scale of the work and the amount of material that is needed to be delivered to the site make them a scheduling nightmare.

Having an excellent supplier with plenty of stock on hand and a delivery to site service makes the task much more manageable. Bacchus Marsh Redgum & Garden Centre has over 50 years combined experience in the industry, and with this kind of track record, there is not too much that surprises them. This makes them an excellent source for unusual requests, and with a large fleet of trucks on the road, they can just about guarantee same day service.

Bacchus Marsh Redgum & Garden Centre can supply crushed rocks in a variety of sizes, cement products, concrete reinforcing and a range of masonry pavers. They are also sand suppliers with five different types of sand ready for delivery to customers. Their builders’ hardware section makes them the tradies friend, and they are specialists in urgent deliveries. They strive every day to live up to their slogan – “If we have it, you will get it, FAST.”

Commercial Garden Projects Pose Unique Challenges

Quality of Soil

Sometimes commercial garden projects throw up challenges not considered at the time of tendering. The quality of the soil, for example, is an area that may have been ignored in the rush to get large buildings and car parks built. This doesn’t matter if most of the area will be covered with bitumen, but where it isn’t, this is usually where the gardens and landscaped areas are situated. It is pointless planting expensive flora in soil that is too poor to support them.
Bacchus Marsh Redgum & Garden Centre can also supply loams, triplex mix and compost that will improve the condition of the soil prior to planting.

Scheduling and Coordination

Scheduling the movement of labour, suppliers and vehicles in and around a large commercial site is another challenge that experienced tradies know only too well. Delivery of live plants, for example, might seem a simple enough task, but such deliveries have to be well co-ordinated so that the plants are in the ground the same day. If they are left in the open unattended for a couple of days, they will be in poor condition and may not survive the planting. It’s important, then, to have a reliable supplier of soil and other materials necessary to finish the job.

With Bacchus Marsh Redgum & Garden Centre as their regular supplier, tradies and project co-ordinators can lock in their schedules with confidence, knowing that Redgum will move mountains to get their supplies to them on time.

They know how important reliability is to their customers. Your commercial garden project will run like clockwork if you talk to Bacchus Marsh Redgum & Garden Centre first.


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Bacchus Marsh Redgum & Garden Centre

182 Gisborne Rd.
Bacchus Marsh, Vic 3340

(03) 5367 1666


Trading Hours

Mon-Sat: 7:30am - 5pm

Sunday: 10am - 4pm

Holidays: 9am - 1pm