BrownTrout releases Garden Photographer of the Year calendar

BrownTrout Publishers has teamed up with Greenfingers Charity with the intent to raise funds with a donation from the sale of each calendar helping to support the outstanding work they do. Greenfingers is a national charity dedicated to supporting life-limited children who spend time in hospices around the UK, along with their families, by creating inspiring, fun and therapeutic gardens for them to relax in and benefit from.

The calendar has been created in collaboration with the world’s most prestigious garden, plants and botanical subjects competition; International Garden Photographer of the Year (IGPOTY). A stunning fit and perfect way to showcase brilliant creativity through Photography. The entrant’s images simulate the ideals of the bond we share with plants, gardens and green spaces, which emulates the creativity, passion and precision that goes in to each and every garden and open space that Greenfingers create.

The collaboration, motivation and input from all involved has meant that an incredible and visually appealing Square Wall Calendar has been produced and will go a long way to helping raise awareness for such a great cause.

Available now to buy on Amazon and most good garden centres.

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