RHS celebrate retail licensees

RHS licensing is growing to include educational toys, apparel and accessories and more gardening products.

An event at St Ermin's Hotel in London celebrated licensees contribution to RHS funds and the opening roof a new roof garden with bee hives at the hotel, which the RHS linked to its Greening Grey Britain campaign.

Gardening licensees now include Burgon & Ball, ChoiceShops irrigation systems and hedging plants, Gabriel Ash (which donated a £3,425 greenhouse to the roof garden), Harrod Horticultural, Jayco gloves, Jeyes (which has an RHS pack promotion this summer), Kelkay, Kettler (which has a new wicker and wood RHS-licensed garden furniture range available in garden centres and John Lewis), LG Harris brooms, Melcourt, Original Muck Boot, Plantworks, Scotts of Thrapston, Sitting Spiritually, Thompson & Morgan, Trimetals, Apta Pottery and Whichford Pottery.

There are also more than 20 home and gift manufacturers with RHS licensed products among the 50+ licensees. New is Moorcroft RHS rose collection pottery.

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