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    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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    By Graham Rice
    Three plants top the list new entries in the latest edition of the RHS Plant Finder

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    By Graham Rice
    National Plant Collection holder creates a unique new bi-coloured butterfly bush

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  • New blackcurrant with ornamental foliage

    By Graham Rice
    Purple foliage and tasty fruits make ‘Red ‘n’ Black’ the first ...

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  • The shock of the new

    By Graham Rice
    New varieties may not always be what they seem

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  • Cut flower rose for home gardeners

    By Graham Rice
    An award-winning new rose that is as good in the vase as it is in the garden

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  • Sparkling ground cover for small spaces

    By Graham Rice
    Brilliantly coloured and well behaved, this new bugle brings vibrant hues to shady spots

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  • Dwarf forsythia for small spaces

    By Graham Rice
    The culmination of over one hundred years of breeding, this new dwarf forsythia looks set to ...

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  • Unique new variegated hebe

    By Graham Rice
    Variegation brings all-year foliage colour in this exciting new British-bred hebe

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  • Halloween hues in new sedge

    By Graham Rice
    This uniquely coloured new sedge adds orange glows to autumn and winter gardens

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  • Ranunculus revival

    By Graham Rice
    New British-bred ranunculus look set to kick start interest in this under-used group of ...

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  • Multi-season grass for containers and ...

    By Graham Rice
    This is one of those valuable plants that brings together two trends in one rather special ...

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  • A bright new star in the shade

    By Graham Rice
    A chance seedling brings us a sparkling new kind of dicentra

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