Christmas Newsletter 2020

Christmas Newsletter 2020

A Merry Christmas message from Rhino and a round-up of recent goings on.

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Merry Christmas Surprise


We've organised a little surprise...

To celebrate the festive season and bring a bit of extra cheer, we had a lucky draw arranged. So some of our lovely customers have been chosen at random to receive a little extra something as a special thank you from us. Hopefully it will arrive in time for Christmas - but we are all at the mercy of the postal service at the moment, so it might be a New Year's surprise instead!

This is a small token of our appreciation for all the wonderful people who have joined our Rhino family. We are so grateful and feel genuinely blessed to be part of the community of gardeners across the UK and beyond. We know this year has been a difficult one and it has been so heartwarming to see the way gardening has buoyed spirits and we hope our greenhouses continue to bring you joy for decades to come.

None of us will be having a normal Christmas this year. There will be loved ones we cannot see, presents we cannot give and meals we cannot share. But the most important thing we can all do, is continue to be positive and to look after one another.

Please keep safe, and keep gardening.


Wishing you a very Merry Christmas and a Happy New Year,

From all of us at Rhino HQ

Christmas table setting in Rhino Greenhouse




Christmas Opening Hours


Opening Hours

Wednesday 23rd December

9am – 5:30pm

Thursday 24th December


Friday 25th December


Saturday 26th December


Monday 28th December

10am – 4pm

Tuesday 29th December

9am – 5:30pm

Wednesday 30th December

9am – 5:30pm

Thursday 31st December


Friday 1st January


Saturday 2nd January,

9am – 5:30pm


Rhino Herders

Blogs, Stories and Gardening Tips

Rhino Greenhouse lit up for Christmas



Rhinos across the country have been given a Christmas makeover and there are few things that have given us as much joy as hearing about all the Rhino owners that continue to find joy and peace in their greenhouses even on cold winter nights like those we can expect for a little while longer. Thank you to all our Forum members that are spreading festive cheer with these decked out Rhinos.


Join the Forum and share your festive feelings with our Rhino owners like yourself.


Rhino Story: Sue Simpson

In other news, Georgie has been speaking to Sue Simpson - the latest to have her Rhino story chronicled on our blog. Read her story here to learn about how she ended up with three Rhinos(!) and her obsession with alpines and pelargoniums.

Sue Simpson



How to Bubble Wrap a Greenhouse

Eli Appleby-Donald has been kind enough to share her tips and tricks for bubble-wrapping the greenhouse - a common practise among greenhouse owners, but where to begin and why on earth do it anyway? Find out why you may want to get out there with bubblewrap this winter.

Home Farm in December

Sara Dixon from Hawkwell Herbs gives us the delightful details on what's going on at Home Farm - Bee Hives, Rescue Hens and, of course, Herbs. Read Sara's blog for a little pick-me-up of festive cheer and animal-based learnings.

If you have a story you’d like to share with us, we would love to hear about it. Whether your Rhino is your sanctuary, your office or your laboratory, each story is unique. Get in touch with us by emailing



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