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  • RHS Anemone Mug Set

    Inspired by Pierre-Joseph Redouté's colour engraving 'Anemone Simplex' at the RHS Lindley Library, the publication contains 144 colour plates of flowers. Regarded as one of the best botanical illustrators of any era, his work continues to inspire botanical artists still to this day. This anemone mug…

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    £12.00
  • RHS Hydrangea Petal Mug

    A porcelain mug delicately decorated with cascading Hydrangea petals, designed using Hydrangea specimens from the RHS Herbarium Collection at RHS Garden Wisley, the largest herbarium dedicated to the study and research of plants in the UK. Mug is not dishwasher or microwave safe. Mug measures 8.5 x…

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    £12.00
  • Beekeeper Mug

    This stylish and traditional design from Ulster Weavers features a beautiful bee design. This practical mug is made from bone china and is dishwasher and microwave safe. Mug measures 8 x 8cm.

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    £8.00
  • Luxe Gold Cups

    Add a touch of luxe to your table with these gold foil paper cups, perfect for fancy parties and celebrations! 8 cups per pack. Each cup holds 250ml.

    £3.50
  • RHS Kitchen Garden Cup - Cabbage and Peas

    …to reflect some of the produce from RHS allotment plots, Ernst Benary’s illustrations bring a strong and bold feature to this exclusive RHS collection. Only available in RHS shops or online at rhsshop.co.uk. This beautiful cup holds 400ml of liquid and is dishwasher safe. Measures 11.5cm x 9cm.

    £10.00
  • RHS Kitchen Garden Cup - Lemons and Melons

    …to reflect some of the produce from RHS allotment plots, Ernst Benary’s illustrations bring a strong and bold feature to this exclusive RHS collection. Only available in RHS shops or online at rhsshop.co.uk. This beautiful cup holds 400ml of liquid and is dishwasher safe. Measures 11.5cm x 9cm.

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    £10.00
  • RHS Beetles Trail Mug

    …on them. Taken from the book 'British Beetles' by Rye E.C. A porcelain mug featuring an array of different beetles crawling across the outside, leaving trails behind them, adding a splash of colour to your everyday cup of tea. Mug is made from new bone china and is dishwasher and microwave safe.

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    £10.00
  • The Kingdom of Fungi

    An intimate look at the world's astonishing variety of fungi species, from cup fungi and lichens to truffles and tooth fungi, clubs and corals, and jelly fungi and puffballs. This beautifully illustrated book features more than 800 stunning color photographs as well as a concise text that describes…

    £19.95
  • Digging Deep in the Garden: Book Three

    …garden on renewable, modern sunlight... why nature-friendly organic gardening is bad news for big business... how slug pellets are polluting your cup of tea... In this incisive, witty and thought-provoking collection of essays exploring gardening’s place in nature, John Walker challenges gardening’s…

    £5.00
  • In Bloom Camellia Mug

    These charming mugs are decorated with single outsized flowers painted in Laura Stoddarts distinct style and is pleasingly made in Stoke-on-Trent, the heart of the British pottery industry. 100% bone china, it is both dishwasher and microwave safe.* Dimensions: 88mm in height, 82mm diameter * Made…

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    £15.00
  • Gin Balloon Glass- Set of 4 Large

    This set of four Gin Balloon glasses are very generously proportioned which makes them ideal for a large gin, but also versatile enough for cocktails and aperitifs. With their impressive large round bowls and large capacity, these are very popular! Capacity: 680ml Dishwasher safe

    £30.00
  • RHS Botanical Mug - A

    A fine bone china mug, with an exclusive RHS design using an illustration from the RHS Lindley Library 'The Alphabet of Flowers' published by John Dicks c1895. Mug is microwave and dishwasher safe. Mug measures 8.5 x 9 cm.

    £12.00
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