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Industry insider and garden writer Graham Rice shares details of new and exciting plant introductions
New British-bred ranunculus look set to kick start interest in this under-used group of ...
This is one of those valuable plants that brings together two trends in one rather special ...
A chance seedling brings us a sparkling new kind of dicentra
New Russian sage combines many small improvements into a major step forward
Sunflowers: you grow them from seed, right? Not any more...
Bicoloured shrubby salvia ‘Hot Lips’ has become a firm favourite among ...
The fourth in the Wishes Series of salvias brings as a softer pastel shade.
A chance eryngium hybrid found on a Yorkshire nursery is runner up in the Chelsea Plant of the ...
This new non-invasive bamboo makes impressive ground cover
One of the loveliest autumn-flowering shrubs now features golden spring foliage colour
Dwarf but elegant, these new buddleias from America never get too large yet always look ...
Almost twenty years since its discovery, this unique variegated polemonium finds its time to ...
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