• 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

Industry insider and garden writer Graham Rice shares details of new and exciting plant introductions

Latest posts from this blog

  • A colourful new birch for small gardens

    By Graham Rice
    Good foliage trees for smaller spaces are always in demand, and this new birch has all the ...

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  • A new star jasmine with crimson winter ...

    By Graham Rice
    From France comes an enhanced form of super-scented Trachelospermum that adds a new ...

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  • Azaleas aren't just for spring

    By Graham Rice
    We all know the dazzling spring colour of evergreen azaleas, but these varieties from ...

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  • Vivid tricoloured sweet pea has a super ...

    By Graham Rice
    Sweet peas featuring three colours in every flower are very rare, but this British-bred ...

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  • The world’s first ornamental ...

    By Graham Rice
    Ornamental sweet potatoes that thrive in our climate and reliably produce tasty tubers – ...

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  • Unique new banded elephant grass

    By Graham Rice
    This dramatic variegated miscanthus makes a superb specimen – in the right place

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  • A breakthrough in heucheras – yes ...

    By Graham Rice
    A colourful heuchera in a brand new style was found in a nurseryman’s own garden
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  • A breakthrough loropetalum with ...

    By Graham Rice
    Bronze foliage, white flowers and extra hardiness make this neat shrub a valuable option for ...

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  • Nepeta 'Cat's ...

    By Graham Rice
    A new hybrid catmint is derived from a rare species and an old favourite

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  • Ruffled flowers feature on this easy ...

    By Graham Rice
    We’ve seen a number of blue and white summer anemones since 'Wild Swan' won ...

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  • Beautiful new succulents from a ...

    By Graham Rice
    Despite a big botanical bust-up about their name, a rush of new succulents has appeared ...

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  • Fiery new hornbeam for hedges and small ...

    By Graham Rice
    This French variety of our native hornbeam comes with new features and new uses

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