RHS Garden Buildings Launch
Scotts of Thrapston is proud to announce an agreement that has seen the Northamptonshire firm produce a collection of garden buildings for the Royal Horticultural Society.
Under this new agreement Scotts has introduced two building designs that capture the essence of the RHS, with the launch of the first RHS garden buildings perfectly timed around this year’s centenary Chelsea Flower Show.
It’s a new partnership that has been enthusiastically embraced by both Scotts of Thrapston and the RHS. “The Royal Horticultural Society is delighted to be collaborating with Scotts of Thrapston, renowned for their garden structures. Scotts has been inspired by the collection of historic building illustrations in the RHS Lindley Library to create a distinctive and unique range of summerhouses and garden buildings,” says RHS licensing manager, Grant Tripp.
David Scott, chairman of Scotts of Thrapston, adds: “It’s a privilege to be working with the Society, which is recognised and respected not just in this country, but around the world, for the incredible work that it does. Here at Scotts we are proud of our long history of producing some of the nation’s finest summerhouses and garden buildings and feel very excited about our new partnership, the timing of which couldn’t be better, with this years Chelsea Flower Show’s centenary.”
The new RHS Centenary Summerhouse and the RHS Centenary Arbour can be seen in more detail by clicking here or on the individual building names above.