An amazing response – over 50 decorative metal Sunflowers sold already! …

Only one week since launch and already 55 Sunflowers have been sold


Only a week ago, the St Giles Hospice garden project was officially launched and already supporters have purchased over 50 Sunflowers to help fund not only the garden, but also raise funds directly for St Giles.

Generous supporters have purchased decorative metal Sunflowers for £20 each, with 50% of the proceeds going directly to St Giles and 50% towards building the garden at RHS Malvern Spring Festival in May 2020, before bringing it back, piece by piece and building it again in the grounds of the hospice.

Those attending the launch last week, had a sneak preview of the decorative garden metal Sunflowers, designed to be staked in the ground.

It’s unbelievable how many Sunflowers have already been sold. Everyone seems to really like the idea and so many more have said they are going to get theirs!

Some who claim they are completely hopeless gardeners have joked that even they can’t kill these flowers off!

Once purchased the Sunflowers will first go to create part of an art installation at the heart of the show garden at the RHS Malvern Spring Festival, after which they will be brought back to the hospice. If they wish, people can then collect their Sunflowers in person back at St Giles, Whittington, Monday 18th – Sunday 31st May. Or they can choose to leave their Sunflowers at St Giles, where they will become part of the garden installation, back in Whittington, for all to enjoy.

We are hoping to sell 500 of the metal Sunflowers to make an amazing art installation in the show garden that will really get people talking!

But if we sell that many it will also represent an amazing contribution from the local community, both towards St Giles and towards making this garden happen for them.

You can buy your Sunflowers at the St Giles Hospice Show Garden website at

Or contact Karen Tatlow Garden Design at

Published by karentatlowgardendesign

An award winning Garden Designer creating bespoke gardens with the personal touch

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