Rolawn sees success at Hampton Court Palace Flower Show

Rolawn's medallion turf featured throughout this year's Hampton Court Palace Flower Show.

The RHS selected Rolawn’s medallion turf for major refurbishment projects prior to the show, while various medal winning gardens and exhibitors incorporated both Rolawn’s medallion turf and blended loam topsoil into their designs.

These included the gold medal winning Journey to Enlightenment and University of Falmouth Gardens, as well as the best conceptual show garden ‘Together Again’.

Rolawn’s sales and marketing director Cedric McMillan said: "Rolawn have been involved with the RHS for many years and we were delighted to assist in the refurbishment of the large lawned areas at Hampton Court Palace.

"Furthermore, the fact that so many industry leading garden designers and specialist growers chose Rolawn is an accolade in itself as we are very aware of the extraordinarily high standards expected.  We feel very proud to have played our part in their success."


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