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Top Picks for 2016 sales

Need some guidance on our predicted best sellers for the 2016 season?

The varieties below are some of our most outstanding performers and most exciting recent introductions. They are currently available in good numbers.

Achillea Little Moonshine

Compact form of long-time favourite Achillea ‘Moonshine’, featuring the same bright gold flowers and grey-green foliage.
- Compact form giving wide range of garden uses
- Long blooming period from May – September
- Hardy down to -15°c

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Geranium Azure Rush®

This top-selling light-blue flowered hybrid of the multi-award-winning Rozanne®, features the same vigorous, long-blooming and heat-tolerant qualities on a more compact plant with shorter internodes, resulting in a neater low-growing mounded habit.
- Profuse long blooming period from summer through autumn
- Suitable for containers and hanging baskets

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Geranium pratense ‘Black 'n White’

Unique colour combination that strongly contrasts off-white, silver-veined flowers against near-black foliage on reddish-brown stems.
- Unique flower-foliage colour combination
- Flowers May – June
- Hardy down to -15°c

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Geranium x wallicianum ‘Hexham Velvet’

Upward facing satin-pink flowers over marbled green foliage that takes on red flushes in autumn.
- Very floriferous
- Low, spreading habit
- Excellent ground cover plant
- Hardy down to -15°c

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Geranium phaeum ‘Rothbury Cherry’

Lilac-pink flowers distinctively accented with darker magenta-purple eyes and prominent yellow stamens. Dark-green foliage has purple markings. Shorter flowering height compared to other Geranium phaeum varieties, so does not need staking.
- Unique flower colour
- Doesn’t need staking
- Container and border plantings

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Geranium Rozanne®

An ever-popular celebrity among perennials, Rozanne continues to attract high demand for its long blooming profuseness of flowers, robust constitution and all-round garden-worthiness. Rozanne also benefits from an ongoing social media campaign which raises and maintains awareness among a wide audience.
- Exceptionally long flowering period from Spring – late Autumn
- Suitable for containers and hanging baskets
- RHS Award of Garden Merit (2006)
- PPA Perennial Plant of the Year 2008
- RHS Chelsea Flower Show Plant of the Centenary

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Lychnis flos-cuculi ‘Petite Jenny’

Compact form of Lychnis 'Jenny' with bright lavender-pink double flowers produced over a long period, from early summer into autumn.
- Stand-out flower shape and colour
- Ideal for spring sales
- Excellent container variety

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Stokesia laevis Blue Frills

Large vivid-blue flowers with darker centres form a large canopy over upright stems with dark-green foliage.
- Good flowering performance, with large flowering canopy
- Easy-to-grow
- Suitable for cutflowers
- Evergreen through most British winters

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Verbascum Firedance

Dusky red flowers with darker purple coloured filaments introduce a new colour to Verbascums.
- Unique Verbascum flower colour
- Flowers from May to July

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Viola Bonnie Lassies™ series

imageBred in Scotland by Hugh Boyd, the Viola Bonnie Lassies™ series consists of fully hardy varieties that put on very long-lasting shows of larger-than-normal flowers. Typical bloom time May to July with some sporadic re-bloom afterwards. Varieties have either bushy or trailing habits and come in a range of flower colours that are much differentiated from pansies. They are a low temperature crop produced from vegetative cuttings - NOT seed raised.
- Fully hardy
- Long blooming
- Large flowers
- Delicately fragrant

'Emma' - Deep violet blue with a burgundy splash in center and a yellow eye. Trailing.
'Isabella' - Ivory-white blooms with a purple flush towards the petal edges. Bushy habit.
'Laura' - Yellow/purple bicolour. Trailing.
'Sarah' - Light buttermilk yellow with a yellow eye. Light blush flush in cooler temperatures. Bushy habit.

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