As summer approaches and the weather gets warmer (hopefully), the facility of Amberol’s self-watering planters to help conserve water really comes into its own. This is particularly true in the current crisis when people are required to minimise any form of activity outside the home.
One of the strengths of Britain in Bloom is its strong sense of community. So, although everyone is physically apart at the moment, the RHS has been looking at ways of bringing people together. As a result, the organisation has been working on expanding its online community and has recently launched a new newsletter: ‘Blooming Great News’ to help the In Bloom and gardening community keep in touch.
2019 was an exciting date for Amberol as it was the year that we celebrated 50 years in business. To commemorate that wonderful milestone, we wanted to look for a way of thanking our customers for their support, as well as sharing some of the amazing results that customers have produced using Amberol’s products.
Britain in Bloom is all about community. Despite the fact that it is a competition, the individuals and groups who take part are mutually supportive, sharing the common goal of making their environment better, cleaner, brighter, more beautiful.
It’s not often that something is offered for free with absolutely no catch. But that is what we are offering here at Amberol.