Perennial has joined forces with Jardinopia Ltd to launch an exclusive design of Potty Feet at Spring Fair 2020. The Perennial Rose Potty Feet have been designed exclusively for Perennial and 10% of the recommended retail price (£19.99) is being donated to Perennial to help in their work to build better futures for people in horticulture and their families.
The Potty Feet are made from a unique and durable crushed stone and poly resin formula and come in an Antique Bronze finish. They are frost proof (and can be left outside all year around), UVA resistant and hand painted using lead-free products. The Perennial Rose comes in a gift packaged set of three so that your plant pot stands evenly balanced on any surface – whether in your home or outside, and displayed beautifully on your decking, patio or windowsill.
Tony Barnett from Jardinopia said:
‘’We are absolutely delighted to be able to support Perennial this year by launching our Rose Potty Feet exclusively for them. It’s an honour to be associated with such a worthy cause, and we are confident the Perennial Rose will prove to be a huge hit with our existing and new customers.’’
Laura Cloke, Trading Manager from Perennial said
“Working with Jardinopia on this exclusive design of Potty Feet is an exciting opportunity for Perennial. We have been selling Potty Feet in our online store for some time now and our customers really love them. This partnership will raise a significant amount of money to help people working in horticulture and will help us to tell even more people about the services we offer.”
Established over 180 years ago, Perennial is the only charity dedicated to helping everyone in the horticulture industry and their families. Perennial receives no support from the government and relies on donations and funds raised to continue its work. The money raised from the sale of these Perennial Rose Potty Feet make a valuable contribution towards helping Perennial provide free and confidential advice, support and financial assistance to all those who work in or are retired from horticulture.