• 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

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  • A genuine replacement for the English ...

    By Graham Rice
    This disease-resistant hybrid is the best option to take the place of the lost English elm

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  • Multicoloured, yet black and white

    By Graham Rice
    Combining black and white in one plant is often a genetic impossibility – not this time

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  • Zippy new pulmonaria provides delayed ...

    By Graham Rice
    A new pulmonaria involving three different species brings attractively ruffled flowers in a ...

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  • Super new sorbus for small gardens

    By Graham Rice
    A Chinese rowan features blushed berries and neat growth

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  • A quantum leap in cosmos

    By Graham Rice
    The latest in a run of attractive new cosmos from Thompson & Morgan comes in a lovely ...

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  • Breakthrough houseleek changes with the ...

    By Graham Rice
    The first sempervivum with golden foliage gives four seasons of bright, drought tolerant ...

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  • New sea hollies for cutting and borders

    By Graham Rice
    An expanding new series of eryngiums is now arriving in British nurseries and garden centres

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  • New penstemon is tiny but tough

    By Graham Rice
    This guaranteed 100% hardy dwarf penstemon combines richly coloured foliage with prolific ...

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  • Multiple awards for prolific new ...

    By Graham Rice
    A hardy, neat and multicoloured evergreen agapanthus has been capturing hearts everywhere

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  • A traditional shrub enters the modern ...

    By Graham Rice
    Weigela has been updated to suit today’s smaller gardens.

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  • Breakthrough windowbox clematis

    By Graham Rice
    Top breeder launches the first large flowered clematis that's neat enough for troughs and ...

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  • Highlights of the new edition of the ...

    By Graham Rice
    The latest edition of the RHS Plant Finder includes more plants, is easier to use and has some ...

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