RHS Chelsea Flower Show is the highlight of our show year at twool HQ and we’re now just weeks away! (RHS Chelsea Flower Show runs 22nd – 26th May) This year, we’re tremendously pleased to announce that our stand is being sponsored by The Organic Gardening Catalogue – one of our longest standing wholesalers. We’ve been supplying twool twine to the Catalogue since the beginning and we’re delighted that they will be sponsoring our stand for the show.
In celebration, we’ve commisioned something very special – here’s a sneak peek:
Any ideas? We’ll be posting out more images as we get closer to the big reveal!
We’ve always found that wood and wool sit naturally together, and our sustainable Cornish trugs from woodland managed habitat will be coming to Chelsea again. New for this year, those clever clogs over at Greenman Tools have come up with a fork handle system to display and complement our trugs of twool garden twine…
FORKHANDLES *wait and see*
This year, our stand reflects our collaboration with British heritage manufacturing. It’s got a slightly more industrial feel to it as we lift the lid on the processes involved. From the wool collection to the heritage weaving and traditional rope making, we are keen to highlight our product provenance and all that it means to us
Finally, we’re so pleased to be able to finish the stand with a fab British Wool carpet.
Brinton’s have been kind enough to give us our stand carpet – we absolutely love their carpets! In keeping with our industrial and darker theme, this year we’ve plumped for the Knightsbridge.
Huge thanks, once again, to the team at Brinton’s for supplying this wonderful carpet.
Our stand at Chelsea wouldn’t be complete without locally inspired planting and this year we are focussing on bee-friendly planting that reflects our environment here on Dartmoor.
We’ll be counting down the weeks by bringing you regular updates of how we’re preparing for this huge show – so follow us in all the usual places for the latest news!
Right, off to prep stock – those prop it n crop its won’t make themselves 😉