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Materially Raising The Profile Of Greenfingers At RHS Chelsea

Materially Raising The Profile Of Greenfingers At RHS Chelsea – learn more about this wonderful charity’s show garden

“In terms of PR, we were inundated,” says Greenfingers’ Director of Fundraising and Communications, Linda Petrons. “We had a really good response. Hopefully Greenfingers is now recognised as a national charity.”

The Greenfingers Charity Garden, RHS Chelsea 2019

This was Greenfingers’ first garden at RHS Chelsea, made possible by the generosity of a private donor, and, as one of Greenfingers’ charity partners, we were excited to contribute. read more

Classic Celebrations At RHS Chelsea 2019

Classic Celebrations At RHS Chelsea 2019 – read more about our involvement with this year’s show, and learn a little more about the materials we have on display at this year’s show.

You know a garden at RHS Chelsea is particularly special when, on the opening day, the BBC spend considerably more time interviewing the designer than expected. Schedules were thrown out left and right as the cameras roamed the Greenfingers Garden upstairs and down.

The Greenfingers Garden it it’s luscious green glory, RHS Chelsea Flower Show 2019 read more

A Busy Year For Our Charity Partners Greenfingers And Perennial

A Busy Year For Our Charity Partners Greenfingers And Perennial – we take a look at what our charity partners have been up to in 2018, as well as a look forward to what 2019 has in store.

As Christmas approaches, it’s time to check in with Greenfingers and Perennial, the two charities we at London Stone support through our Landscaper Specialist Scheme.

Greenfingers’ garden Andy’s at St Andrew’s Hospice, Grimsby, has been transformed from a grassy area with hedging and borders unsuitable for wheelchair access to a pirate-themed multi-sensory experience. Picture courtesy of Greenfingers. read more

London Stone Support Greenfingers Through Landscape Specialist Scheme

Greenfingers, one of our two charity partners, is having a busy year, and its work is going ahead with your help.

Structure with Kaleidoscope effect, Helen and Douglas House, Oxford

Opened this year, the garden at Helen and Douglas House, Oxford, includes this structure with a kaleidoscope effect

Greenfingers creates much-needed green spaces for children’s hospices and, just begun, is the multi-functional garden for Andy’s at St Andrew’s Hospice, Grimsby, where children and young people with any progressive, life-limiting illness are given free palliative care. read more