The elegant watercolour of Monier's Passion Flower by James Bolton dates from circa 1790 and is taken from The Royal Horticultural Society's Lindley Library.
The Royal Horticultural Society is the UK’s leading gardening charity and one of the most influential garden communities in the world. They have a history that reaches back over 200 years, stage spectacular flower shows and promote education of school kids about plants, gardening and growing their own food. Their goal is to share their passion with horticulture and to show people that anybody can garden.
Burgon & Ball from UK now presents a collection of gifts for gardeners illustrated with these beautiful flower illustrations. The inspiration for the designs comes from the largest horticultural library in the world, the Lindley Library, which incorporates the headquarters of the RHS. The set consists of a trowel, a garden fork, a kneeler, gloves and secateurs.
Beautifully presented together to form a Gardener's dream gift, this set comprises of: