• 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

  • Techicolour polemonium bucks the trend

    By Graham Rice
    Almost twenty years since its discovery, this unique variegated polemonium finds its time to ...

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  • Perfect penstemons for pots and borders

    By Graham Rice
    New British breeding brings us a step forward in patio and garden penstemons

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  • Blackest of the black

    By Graham Rice
    New heuchera challenges for the title of blackest foliage of all

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  • Ruby and gold in this fabulous new grass

    By Graham Rice
    This year’s most popular new Plant Finder entry is a lovely ornamental grass

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  • Super-sized new white passion flower

    By Graham Rice
    Bring a hint of the tropics to your garden with this new, hardy, white-flowered ...

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  • Sunshine special variegated berberis

    By Graham Rice
    The most dramatic variegated barberry yet is ideal as a specimen or a hedge

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  • Super sunlover goes fluffy double

    By Graham Rice
    Densely double flowers mark out the latest of these prolific British-bred summer shrubs

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  • An old favourite in a bright new colour

    By Graham Rice
    The bell-shaped flowers of a well-known tobacco plant now come in white for the first time

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  • Super-sized new poppy

    By Graham Rice
    Huge flowers and pretty picotee markings make this new poppy stand out

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  • A treasure trove of new hardy geraniums

    By Graham Rice
    Eleven new jewel-like cranesbills for the front of sunny borders

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  • Bicoloured baptisia comes out of the ...

    By Graham Rice
    A new bicoloured baptisia, whose flowers change colour as they mature, arrives from Michigan

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  • New crab apple is perfect for small ...

    By Graham Rice
    Colourful and compact, this new crab apple was crowned Best in Show at the National Plant Show

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