The return of the annual Chelsea Flower Show in its traditional late May timeslot is another sign that things are slowly starting to normalise after the last two years. The event will showcase new trends and innovations in horticulture and garden design as well as offering its usual floral spectacle in the Great Pavilion and across the site.
Flowers are often a symbol of cheer and hope and so we were interested to hear recently about an initiative called the Big Sunflower Project which is calling on people to plant sunflowers for Ukraine in addition to its usual...
The Queen’s Platinum Jubilee is truly a once-in-a-lifetime event. All across the UK, councils, businesses, schools, Britain in Bloom groups, parks and heritage sites are putting plans in place to mark the historic anniversary through the power of plants.
We are firm believers at Amberol that trees, plants and flowers can transform even the greyest urban environment, so we are always delighted to hear of improvement projects within the community – especially when they involve Amberol planters.
The Great British Spring Clean is back this month for the seventh consecutive year. The annual campaign, which is organised by Keep Britain Tidy, was delayed last year, taking place in late May and June, but is back in its...
With snowdrops, daffodils and crocuses in full bloom, the welcome signs and colours of spring are all around us. So, now seems like a perfect time to announce the winner of Amberol’s latest photo competition.
To mark the approach of St David’s Day on 1st March, we take a look at one of the most instantly recognisable flowers around – the daffodil.