City Plant Displays Ltd supply the very best in internal and external plant displays. Combined with our excellent landscaping and plant maintenance services we have the right choice of products and services to cater to your every need. We pride ourselves in our new outlooks and ideas whilst enhancing each premises in keeping with the character of the building. Our customers include all types of companies & organisations ranging from hotels to banks, restaurants, retail outlets, offices, private and council departments.
Mr. Reyes is the founder and creative director of our company, a person who has dedicated many years of his life to fill with vitality many individual businesses and homes located through all England.
The prove of his good work are the satisfied customers, plus the several awards and recognitions granted.
Don´t think more and contact us by phone or email, tell us your proposal and will value you as you deserve.
"Prince Edward pulls a pint at The Churchill Arms HRH Prince Edward visited The Churchill Arms in Kensington Church St. as part of his tour as Patron of The Garden Society. Accompanied by the Mayor and Mayoress of Kensington & Chelsea, Councillor Christopher Buckmaster and Ann Hobson, the Prince admired the florally decorated pub and congratulated Reyes Diaz of City Plant Displays Ltd on his handiwork. The Landlord, Gerry rightly proud of his business has been asked by The Garden Society not to enter his pub for the annual award in order to let others have a chance to win! The Prince was then shown inside and gamely pulled a pint, noting that in her time, his Grandmother had also pulled a pint or two. Gerry explained that the back of the pub, when he first took over the pub some 25 years ago was a garage, and is now a very successful and well known Thai Restaurant. The Prince met members of the Thai family who operate the restaurant and received a basket of vegetables from the Mayor on behalf of local schoolchildren. The Prince appeared to be enjoying himself tremendously and certainly for those visiting the pub, residents and locals his visit cheered up a rather wet and soggy afternoon." "Images and copyright: Lucy Elliott – The Kensington Magazine"