We are delighted to be exhibiting at the RHS Hampton Court Palace Garden Festival again this July.
We will be exhibiting four summerhouse models, on stand 318, with the emphasis on our core range of buildings during the event, which runs from July 2nd – July 7th.
We will be showcasing our new range of ethically-sourced hardwood summerhouses. Over recent years, we have listened to customers’ demands for sustainable materials with a high life expectancy. We are now using Red Grandis for our summerhouses and joinery products as it is a timber that is versatile, stable and high performing.
Red Grandis is native to the east coast of Australia, as it is a subspecies of the Eucalyptus family, and has since spread across the world in the form of plantations. The timber used by Scotts of Thrapston is FSC certified and comes from South America.
We are happy to announce that we will linking up with a fellow Northamptonshire business again, handcrafted artisan gin producer Warner’s Distillery. And, to celebrate, Scotts is theming its Newhaven Corner Summerhouse as a gin palace for the event.
The buildings on display at the RHS Hampton Court Palace Garden Festival include: the 3.9m Sun Ray Garden Room, a 2.4m Burghley Summerhouse, the 2.2m Newhaven Corner Summerhouse and the Balmoral on a rotating base.