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Industry insider and garden writer Graham Rice shares details of new and exciting plant introductions
New kale has the look of an ornamental and the flavour of an edible
The fig tree in my garden is taller than the house – this new baby is quite the opposite
This new sweet pea from New Zealand is probably the closest to yellow that we have
This compact trailing rose for patio containers is unique in being totally thorn free
A colourful new hybrid succulent was launched at this autumn’s show
From the world’s leading breeder, this new shrub features foliage in many fiery shades ...
This new allium from America brings us prolific flowering, compact growth and impressive ...
For containers or for sunny borders, the ghostly flowers of this neat patio performer keep ...
The same petunia breakthrough – from opposite sides of the world – gives two new ...
This sunny new variegated perennial never reverts to green and has mauve flowers too
The first bicoloured pastel aubrieta brings new style to an old-fashioned plant
These brand new sunflowers for cutting have no petals at all!
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