• 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 new generation of tasty, healthy, ...

    By Graham Rice
    The Starline apples have slender, upright growth combined with disease resistance and a fine ...

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  • New giant sunflower from Suttons

    By Graham Rice
    RHS committee member Victoria Wakefield has bred a new sunflower that will grow 17ft (5m+) tall

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  • Three new roses from David Austin

    By Graham Rice
    Three new fragrant and disease-resistant roses for 2015 introduced by David Austin

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  • Ligularia 'Dragon ...

    By Graham Rice
    Newly introduced Ligularia 'Dragon Wings' is valuable for both its foliage and its ...

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  • ‘Avondale’: A lovely new ...

    By Graham Rice
    'Avondale' is the latest of the hardy and prolific Kennedy Irish Primroses.

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  • A range of new nerine varieties is now ...

    By Graham Rice
    New nerines from Hayloft Plants

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  • 'Dancing Flame': new ...

    By Graham Rice
    Trollius 'Dancing Flame' is a new, long-flowering, self-supporting, ...

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  • A new multicoloured rose set to ...

    By Graham Rice
    The Sweet Spot Calypso rose is a new, long-flowering multicoloured variety created using a ...

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  • British-bred lavenders for British ...

    By Graham Rice
    Three new lavenders come from a collaboration involving two award-winning Kentish nurseries

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  • Alstroemeria 'Inca ...

    By Graham Rice
    Thompson & Morgan introduce an alstroemeria with the largest flowers yet

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  • Coprosma ‘Inferno’: New ...

    By Graham Rice
    Coprosmas are best known as foliage evergreens from New Zealand; recently more and more ...

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  • Latest RHS Plant Finder published

    By Graham Rice
    It's that time again – time to pick up your copy of Read more

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