Melcourt, Kelkay and Trimetals have successfully launched products at retail for the brand.
The Royal Horticultural Society is celebrating retail success with a trio of new partners to its licensing programme.
Melcourt’s licensed range of peat-free compost and mulch – which was initially launched at GLEE in 2015 at Birmingham’s NEC – is now available at garden centres and retail nurseries across the UK and online.
Meanwhile, Trimetals – which designs and manufactures high specification metal garden storage buildings – now has its RHS-endorsed products available at more than 40 outlets nationwide, through most major DIY retailers and direct via the company’s website.
Finally, Kelkay’s RHS Gardeners Collection is the only range of grits and sands endorsed by the RHS.
The range was also launched at GLEE last year and came to market early in 2016.
Cathy Snow, licensing manager at RHS, said: “These RHS licensees and endorsements clearly illustrate both the strength of British manufacturing and materials in the garden sector and the continuing appeal of an RHS partnership to a fast-growing number of the best-known players in this sector.”