Leading South East law firm Thomson Snell & Passmore has advised long-term client Nurture Landscapes on its most recent acquisition of interior landscaping specialist Indoor Garden Design (IGD).
This marks the 28th acquisition for the fast growing, award-winning horticulture, landscape and grounds maintenance company.
IGD was founded by Ed Wolf in a Hampstead garage in 1975. It has been owned and run by David Grace, Pippa Robinson and Ian Drummond since 2013.
Peter Fane, founder and managing director of Nurture Landscapes, comments: “We’re delighted to be bringing Indoor Garden Design into the Nurture group – the company’s story is one that has been inspiring and draws parallels with our own. Joining the decades of experience from both teams together is something we are truly excited about. As always, the support from the legal team at Thomson Snell & Passmore was much appreciated in helping bring another successful deal to fruition.”
Jason Varney, partner in the Corporate department, led the project team at Thomson Snell & Passmore and was assisted by Alisa Sweeney (Partner, Commerical Property) and Joseph Hartland (Solicitor, Corporate).
Jason Varney, partner at Thomson Snell & Passmore, adds: “We’re really pleased to have once again supported our long-term client Nurture Landscapes. The team has extensive experience and expertise in supporting fast growing businesses with M&A activity, and it is always particularly satisfying to bring this to bear in helping clients that we have worked with over a number of years. We look forward to continuing to support Nurture Landscapes with its future growth plans.”