Darlac to sponsor amateur rose shows

Garden tools accessories company Darlac has become one of the sponsors of the Royal National Rose Society (RNRS) amateur rose shows.

The RNRS holds a series of rose shows around the country throughout each year, with the next show being held at the Malvern Three Counties Showground in May.

During each amateur rose show there are ‘Star Classes’  for the best roses of each type, including Hybrid Tea,  Cluster flowered,  Miniature,  Miniflora  and Miniature cluster. The winners of these classes will be awarded one of a Darlac’s top-of-the-range pruners.

Darlac currently has 17 pruners in its collection of garden tools, one of which has been specifically designed for left-handed users. 

Peter Darban of Darlac said: "We have been attending many of the same shows as the RNRS over the years and have great respect for them and for the work that they do. When we were approached to be sponsors of such a well-respected organisation we were delighted to add our support to the amateur shows."

The next Amateur Rose Show for the RNRS is the Spring Show at Malvern at the Three Counties Showground, from the 7-10 May 2015.

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