The Royal Horticultural Society
Scotts is delighted to be in partnership with The Royal Horticultural Society, known the globe over for its world class work in gardening and horticulture. Sharing more than 300 years of combined experience between them it is an obvious partnership for the RHS to work with Scotts of Thrapston and produce an inspired and practical range of RHS Garden Buildings.
Working in close partnership with The Royal Horticultural Society, Scotts of Thrapston has designed and produced an inspired and practical range of garden buildings, each providing a peaceful retreat from the pressures of modern living.
To "transform communities through gardening" is a key focus for the RHS and these highly functional, beautifully designed buildings enhance any outside space. Seating transforms a garden: simply provide a place to socialise, relax or think and it will rapidly become the best used spot in the garden - a honey trap.
The RHS Garden Buildings
In honour of the centenary year of the RHS Chelsea Flower Show 2013, Scotts designed two buildings which draw their inspiration from the archives in the RHS Lindley Library. The RHS Centenary Summerhouse and the RHS Centenary Arbour trace their roots back to the classic pavilions and gazebos found in many formal gardens... always providing a place to stop, and sit. Scotts has now added to the range with the launch of the RHS Cosy Nook. This building offers a functional and attractive design incorporating a tool store, area of staging for planting out as well as a covered seated area.
The cladding on the RHS Garden Buildings can be stained or painted to suit your requirements. The internal lining, doors and windows and bench will always be supplied in a paint finish, from your chosen colour. The RHS colour finishes are shown below.