© 2019 by Bay Landscape & Garden. E. info@baylandscapes.co.nz. PH. 03 544 2076 OR 03 544 8662. 

Find us on the corner of Bate-up and Gladstone Road, Richmond

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About

We are a landscape and garden supplies shop in Richmond, Nelson. We pride ourselves on being locally owned and run by a small team of passionate, green-fingered humans. We are here to help with anything from beautifying your garden and property to getting adventurous (or perhaps just more confident!) with what you grow to large scale landscaping jobs.

Bill & Lesley Norriss with their first grandchild, Millie.

Our Vision

To connect people with products that will enhance their homes, gardens and other outdoor areas. To provide advice, with a smile. To create a welcoming, friendly atmosphere and share the joy of growing things with others.

Bill and Lesley Norriss

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These two are the 'big cheeses' around Bay Landscape & Garden- although Ginger Spice the cat will tell a different story. From humble beginnings as the owner/operators of Bay Landscapes (the building next door), these two have slowly grown the company to encompass the nursery and to employ Bill's awesome brother (Tony), an office angel (Rachel), a daughter/ website fairy (Lisa), a good-at-everything-er (Shane) and another husband and wife dream team (Simon & Shelley)! Not to mention the lovely growers and suppliers of the largely local goodly goods that are on offer. 

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When not 'on the job,' Bill enjoys a spot of fishing and Lesley might be found getting to know her recently upgraded sewing machine - ooh er! Both of them are avid gardeners (surprise, surprise!) and spend most of their spare time making their property in Wakefield look amazingly luscious, abundant and tidy- when they're not on grandchildren duty of course. :)

We are currently growing beans for the Nelson Seed Bank

​Can you help??

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The seed bank needs lovely Nelsonians to help save some seeds that are about to expire. They ask anyone who can help with this (growing beans from heritage seeds and replenishing their stores with fresh seeds) to visit the Elma Turner Library, where the seeds are stored. Thank you!