• 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

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  • Cool for cats - unique new nepeta

    By Graham Rice
    Compact, good in pots and easy to grow; the first-ever pale blue catmint is sure to be a winner

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  • Prolific new scarlet geum from Scotland

    By Graham Rice
    'Scarlet Tempest' looks set to whip up a storm with its large, vibrant blooms and long ...

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  • A new red-hot poker primula that's ...

    By Graham Rice
    A unique new form of a favourite primula was launched at this year's RHS Chelsea Flower ...

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  • Plant of The Year winners

    By Graham Rice
    This year's Chelsea Plant of The Year winners - and where to buy them

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  • RHS Plant Finder

    By Graham Rice
    Garden writer Graham Rice would be lost without his latest edition

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  • Super-scented new English Rose

    By Graham Rice
    David Austin Roses launch a new climbing English Rose with good looks and an amazing scent

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  • Going for gold – new fuchsia ...

    By Graham Rice
    Unwins launch a lush, golden-leaved basket fuchsia with bright pink-red flowers

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  • Out of India - best exotic new marigolds

    By Graham Rice
    Suttons and Dobies introduce new rain-resistant marigolds from India that will keep on going ...

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  • New golden maple launched at Chelsea

    By Graham Rice
    Hillier Nurseries launch a fiery, golden-leaved maple

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  • New pink-flowered choisya

    By Graham Rice
    A British-bred choisya - small and colourful - is set to delight gardeners

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  • Brand new varieties of chocolate cosmos

    By Graham Rice
    A long-awaited breakthrough means that exciting new varieties of this much-loved plant are now ...

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  • New British-bred fragrant begonias

    By Graham Rice
    Three new fragrant begonias from British breeder David Kerley are released

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