Whichford Pottery unveils RHS Wildflower Collection

English flowerpots manufacturer, Whichford Pottery, has unveiled its new RHS Wildflower Collection.

Developed to mark Whichford’s 40th anniversary, the line features seven modelled decorations that showcase the beauty of British flowers.

Each flowerpot has been designed by master potter Jim Keeling, who used the resources of the RHS Lindley Library.

Jim Keeling, founder of Whichford Pottery, said: “This range of pottery, inspired by the fabulous imagery available from the RHS Lindley Library, is, we feel, a memorable part of our celebrations of 40 years hand making terracotta flowerpots – and a fitting tribute to our partnership with the RHS. Long may it continue.”

All of Whichford’s pots are also handmade and boast a 10-year frost-proof guarantee.

Cathy Snow, licensing manager of the RHS, added: “The highly accomplished team at Whichford have developed something that is truly special.

“The RHS Wildflower Collection is a marvellous addition to the RHS Licensing programme from a company that is the very epitome of UK craftsmanship.”

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