100 Sunflowers Sold!

First Milestone Reached! Thanks to everyone who has bought the St Giles Hospice Sunflowers and helped us to reach 100 Sunflowers sold!

An unbelievably big THANK YOU so far!

A huge Thank You! to everyone so far who has bought the St Giles Hospice Sunflowers. In fact that’s 100 Huge Thank Yous! as we have now sold 100 Sunflowers and reached our first Milestone!

As many will know by now, metal Sunflowers are being sold to help fund a garden project in support of St Giles Hospice, Whittington. Sunflowers are being sold for £20 each, with 50% of the proceeds going directly to St Giles and 50% going to build the garden. The garden will first be exhibited as a Show Garden at RHS Malvern Spring Festival in May 2020, before being brought back and installed in the grounds of the hospice in Whittington.

We are hoping to sell 500 hundred Sunflowers to raise funds for St Giles and help fund the garden.

Reaching the 100 Sunflowers sold mark is a real milestone for the project and one I didn’t expect to reach so quickly! It is so lovely how everyone is getting behind the Sunflowers idea and it seems to be creating quite a buzz.

Saying that, we still have 400 Sunflowers to go, so please could everyone keep spreading the word and keep the buzz going.

Karen Tatlow, of Karen Tatlow Garden Design who has designed the garden.

To find out all about the St Giles Hospice garden, visit the project website here https://stgileshospiceshowgarden.com/

Published by karentatlowgardendesign

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

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