Sui Generis outdoor furniture features at RHS Chelsea Flower Show

Sui Generis’ striking yet contemporary ranges of GRP fibreglass outdoor furniture and water features will be taking centre stage at the Chelsea Flower Show (21-25 May 2013).

The Sui Generis team has arrived at the world-famous Chelsea Flower Show and is preparing for next week's opening.

The beautiful handmade constructions have been chosen by nursery and garden centre, Hillier, to help them retain their world-record breaking run of gold medals at the annual flower show.For a bold new look to their Chelsea exhibit, Hillier has taken on the theme of ‘Risk’, and chose Sui Generis’ serpentine seats in telemagenta pink as a key element. The fibreglass designershave also created a bespoke circular table to complete the innovative garden design.

Andrew McIndoe, Managing Director, Hillier, explains why Sui Generis’ modernistic designs were ideal for this year’s display. He says: “Hillier is approaching their 150th year and we’re not lookingback at our past successes we’re looking forward to the future. Sui Generis’ sculptural designs are ideal for our garden.”

Hillier’s garden will be the largest exhibit at the show and will also feature two of Sui Generis’ Aqua Corona water features. The smooth-to-touch curved water features will create an area ofcalm within the dramatic display.

Mark Went, Managing Director, Sui Generis, is delighted to be at the world-famous flower show. He says: “We’re extremely proud and excited to be selected by Hillier’s top garden designer. We’re really looking forward to helping Hillier achieve another gold in the Chelsea Flower Show’s 100th anniversary year.”

Sui Generis’ range of GRP fibreglass garden furniture is handcrafted in the UK, and each piece is highly durable, requires the minimum of maintenance and lasts a lifetime.

To find out more about Sui Generis’ range of water features and outdoor furniture, visit: GRP Landscape & Garden Seating

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