RHS gets Cotswold help

The RHS has launched a new range of garden accessories designed by a Cotswold company.

Cheltenham-based MeldHome used original designs from the Royal Horticultural Society’s Lindley Library as the inspiration for the range, which includes plant pots, a gardener’s notebook, a bird box, china mugs and a gardener’s flask.

The designs are inspired by originals in the Lindley Library

“We’re particularly proud to be working with the RHS. It’s a great English society,” said marketing manager Michael Byrd.

“These products look good in the garden and look good in the home. It’s a very versatile range.”

The wooden nesting box

The firm, which employs around 50 people, is also behind a gift range for Mary Berry, who was recently appointed as an RHS ambassador. The baking queen was closely involved in the design of many of the items, which include cake forks, oven gloves, ramekins and the best-selling service bell.

The new range is available from the Royal Horticultural Society website and also from High Street retailers.

For more information, visit the RHS

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