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RHS Pencils-In Calendar Collab

Danilo has been appointed as calendar and diary partner.

The Royal Horticultural Society has announced Danilo, a publisher of licensed calendars, greetings cards, gift wrap and diaries, as its new calendar and diary partner.

The coming year will see Danilo produce a wide range of 2021 RHS calendars and diaries. The items will feature photographic images of RHS gardens, the RHS Chelsea Flower Show and plant portraits, alongside illustrative images selected from the RHS Lindley Collections.

“Danilo is highly recognized and well regarded in its industry, with innovative and award-winning product designs,” says Cathy Snow, licensing manager, RHS. “This range wonderfully reflects the varied and inspirational work of the RHS and will be popular not only with lovers of gardens and gardening but with anyone who loves calendars and diaries that are both useful and beautifully designed.”

The range will include multiple calendars and diaries along with two deluxe products.

The calendars and diaries will be available at a wide range of book, card and gift shops, as well as supermarkets, department stores and RHS shops beginning September. They will also be widely available at online retail, including and A selection of these products will launch at the RHS Chelsea Flower Show in May.

“Not only is the RHS the world’s best-known gardening charity, enjoying unmatched levels of awareness, but it has supplied an extraordinary selection of beautiful photographic imagery and artwork to inspire the designs of our calendars and diaries,” says Dan Grant, licensing director, Danilo. “We are delighted to be working with the RHS on this range.”

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