RockWorld Winner of 2004 Product of the Year Award for Natural Rock Waterfeatures
RockWorld has been become the first ever Irish winner of the Floramedia/Nexus Product of the Year award for our highly innovative bespoke waterfeatures
RockWorlds award winning water feature was carefully designed to suit interior as well as outside use and was cleverly illuminated from inside the rock to give the water the appearance of a moving flame as the water bubbled over the rock. So not only can you enjoy the relaxing sound of flowing water during the day but at night the illuminated water adds a whole new exciting dimension to the feature. RockWorld’s 2004 Product Of The Year.
You have the unique opportunity of choosing the exact feature rock you want, from Irelands largest variety of feature rocks ,and have it tailored to your exact requirements. Our showrooms also have many of the example that you can take away and fit yourself--or we can fit it for you. We supply a full range of pumps, liners, reservoirs and lighting so your every need is catered for.
RockWorld’s winning natural stone waterfeatures are all hand made in our workshop in Allenwood, Co. Kildare and more importantly each unique feature is carefully crafted using only Irish stone (granite, sandstone, limestone and slate).
RockWorld received this highly prestigious Floramedia/Nexus Product of the Year Award at the 10th Annual Grower of the Year awards in London’s Lancaster Hotel on Thursday 26th February 2004 and they were presented with the award by Peter Rogers, OBE.
On returning to Ireland the next evening RockWorld where then personally congratulated on their outstanding achievement by Charlie McCreevy, ex Minster of Finance and Councilor Michael Fitzpatrick, ex Mayor of Kildare.
The Floramedia/Nexus Product of the Year Award is the culmination of a year-long round of new product competitions at various trade shows in Ireland, England, Scotland and Wales. At these shows exhibitors compete in various new product categories. At each show one category is named “overall” winner. These overall winners then went forward as finalists in the Product of the Year Award. RockWorld beat of all competitors to become the 2004 overall winner. The seven judges included Peter Rogers, OBE, editor in chief, Grower Magazine and Professor Chris Payne, Head of Horticulture & Landscape at Reading University.