• AGM plants

    AGM plants have been through a rigorous trial and assessment programme. They are:

    • Excellent for ordinary use in appropriate conditions
    • Available to buy
    • Of good constitution
    • Essentially stable in form & colour
    • Reasonably resistant to pests & diseases

New plants

Latest posts from this blog

  • New generation of perennial wallflowers

    By Graham Rice
    A new series of colourful perennial wallflowers for containers and borders

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  • New foxgloves with flower power

    By Graham Rice
    Two new long-flowering foxglove hybrids from The Netherlands are launched

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  • Demure new begonias in fashionable ...

    By Graham Rice
    Three new shades for a fiery old favourite; perfect for patios and hanging baskets

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  • A harmonious hibiscus

    By Graham Rice
    The first variegated hibiscus with prolific flowers is introduced

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  • New and improved Sweet William

    By Graham Rice
    Beautiful new Sweet Williams with all the traditional characteristics we know and love

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  • Revolutionary new yellow cosmos

    By Graham Rice
    News of a prolific new yellow-flowered cosmos, which is a huge improvement on existing ...

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  • Get your kicks from two bicolour ...

    By Graham Rice
    Sweet pea cultivars developed by a top New Zealand breeder are now available

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  • An old favourite - bettered

    By Graham Rice
    Clematis ‘Venosa Violacea’ has been improved after more than a hundred ...

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  • Precious salvia arrives

    By Graham Rice
    A shining example of a shrubby sage with unique colouring reaches market

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  • Abelia 'Sunny Charms'

    By Graham Rice
    With its spicy scent and peachy pink flowers, a new introduction can warm up your late summer ...

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  • New hot shot astilbe

    By Graham Rice
    News of an impressive black and white astilbe filters in

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  • Agastache Kudos Series: colourful and ...

    By Graham Rice
    Four colourful new drought-tolerant agastache hybrids are now available

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