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British Bloom: a gorgeous new 'RHS Gifts for Gardeners' collection

We're so in love with dahlias that we've put them centre stage in our gorgeous new RHS gardening gift collection. ‘British Bloom’ is a dramatic confection of dahlias and peonies in sumptuous rich colours, featuring on a selection of beautiful new gifts for gardeners.
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British Bloom: a gorgeous new 'RHS Gifts for Gardeners' collection

We just can't get enough of dahlias. These big, bold and beautiful blooms are once again enjoying their moment in the limelight, and rightly so, we believe! In fact, we're so in love with them that we've put them centre stage in our gorgeous new gardening gift collection. ‘British Bloom’ is a dramatic confection of some of the garden’s best-loved and most on-trend flowers, in sumptuous rich colours. The new collection includes favourite RHS gardening gifts, and also introduces some inspired new gift ideas.

British Bloom is a striking combination of designs featuring early nineteenth century illustrations, and watercolours dating back to the 1630s, specially selected from the RHS Lindley Library. As an RHS licensee, we're able to comb these unique archives to find design inspiration, and we've selected some of the most gorgeous blooms to feature in the new collection.

Showcasing dahlias and peonies, British Bloom will appeal to all ages, as these blooms are timeless garden classics that are once again firmly back in fashion.

The collection introduces two new gift sets consisting of a cutting tool and matching holster. At under 2.5cm in depth, the two gift sets are ideal for sending by post, as these ‘letterbox-friendly’ gifts cleverly avoid the inconvenience of missed deliveries.

With a choice of RHS-endorsed pocket pruner or RHS-endorsed flower and fruit snip, the cutting tools carry a 10-year guarantee and feature specially-coloured soft-grip handles. The holsters feature the gorgeous British Bloom design and are finished with grey trim; ideal to slide onto a belt for gardening on the go! Both gift sets are presented in beautifully printed gift boxes finished with a grosgrain ribbon.

The new seed packet storage tin has been designed by gardeners, for gardeners, It has elegant moulded curves, and is divided into three compartments, including a lengthways one to accommodate the very largest seed packets. 

The remaining items in the British Bloom line-up are: a gift box trowel and fork set, carrying a lifetime guarantee, and attractively presented in a gift box with grosgrain ribbon; a super-comfortable Kneelo® kneeler, which exquisitely showcases the beautiful blooms; and the ‘RHS Gifts for Gardeners’ favourites the twine in a tin, gardening gloves and indoor watering can.

With RRPs from just £9.99 up to £24.99, there’s a beautiful and striking gift for every gardener in the gorgeous new British Bloom collection.

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