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UrbanGreen, a service of Prince's Landscape & Construction Pte Ltd, is empowered to provide comprehensive landscape services and solutions to the new modern homes by designing and creating conducive and sustainable living environment. One of the oldest nurseries in Singapore, Prince’s has 50 years experience in the industry. Started out humbly as a flower shop, Prince’s has evolved into a full-fledged landscape design and installation specialist. Presently blessed with 2 nurseries and a headcount of more than 400 professionals, horticulturists, designers, engineers, florists and support staff, Prince’s success is attributable to this dedicated and qualified team which also undergoes a rigorous training and development program, allowing us to be uniquely customer and product oriented at the same time. At the international front, our global connections ensure that Prince’s meets the needs of our customers. Strategic alliances with Europe, Australasia and Asia have been a boon to our service-oriented culture. With success comes responsibilities. Our company believes firmly in CSR and we are a conscious participant in environmental conservation as well as an active institution for the disabled, reformed and older workforce. Prince’s Landscape and Construction Pte Ltd (Landscaping | Landscaping Maintenance | Events Plant Display | Corporate Plant Rental) Address: 53 Sungei Tengah Road Singapore 698998 Contact: 65 6763 7000 (Benny - Community Manager) Portfolio: http://princelandscape.com/portfolios/
1 set of beautiful elegant outdoor furniture (includes 1 tall table and 6 tall chairs), durable and weather resistant. Used for 2 years but as good as new. Perfect for a outdoor cafe or garden setting. (3 Sets availalable immediately) Please contact 92724561 for more information.
Hi there! I am looking for some advice. I am moving to a much smaller place and need to leave behind 30 pots of plants. They are big (large Eugenia trees) and small (Thomatacaucus). I am considering hiring a disposal service to throw all of them away. However, I feel a bit sad that they would just become garbage. Any ideas on what I could do with them? Maybe Nurseries that would accept them? Thanks!