Who should i contact with press inquiries?

For press inquiries, editorial features or advertising, please email: caro@ro-co.uk

Who should i contact with stockist inquiries?

For UK stockist inquiries about our first book 'House of Plants', please email: Anna.Randall@quarto.com

For international stockist inquiries about 'House of Plants', please email: Monica.Baggio@quarto.com

For both UK and international stockist inquiries about our second book 'Root Nurture Grow', please email: HillaryFarley@hardiegrant.com

 


Do you offer internships?

Not currently, but we are always looking for new people to work with on a freelance basis. If you would like to help us with installations, plant maintenance, photography or anything else, please get in touch by writing to hello@ro-co.uk, or use our contact form here. Please note that our main studio is in Margate, Kent. We also often work with London-based freelancers. 

 

do you offer maintenance with your plant installations? What's included? 

Absolutely; for almost all of our clients in London we offer our regular maintenance service. 

This specialist service includes watering, fertilising, cleaning leaves and pruning when necessary. We usually suggest four visits per month during warmer seasons (from May to September) and two visits per month in autumn/winter (from October to April). This service costs £45 per hour (+ VAT), and is billed monthly.

Alternatively, if your location is outside our maintenance area, or not suitable for your requirements, we offer training for you or your team. This will equip you with the tools and knowledge needed to take care of your plants and keep them happy long-term.


is the content in your website, books and instagram copyrighted?

Yes, the content within our website, books and Instagram are copyright protected and cannot be used without our prior consent. If you would like to feature our work in any capacity, please email: hello@ro-co.uk

Have another question? We'd love to hear from you. Please send us a message using our contact form.