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Recent plants and gardens articles online

Chelsea New Plants Report by Graham Rice Here’s a quick guide to my work which has appeared online since my last update six weeks ago. Quite a variety, I hope you find something interesting.

The Plantsman magazine

My report on the first year of the Royal Horticultural Society’s Chelsea Plant of The Year award can be found in The Plantsman magazine.


The Guardian newspaper


My choice of ten fragrant plants for winter gardens appeared in the gardening pages of The Guardian newspaper


Royal Horticultural Society's Award of Garden Merit plants


Continuing my choices from plants awarded the Royal Horticultural Society's Award of Garden Merit:

Ten autumn colour garden trees which have received the Royal Horticultural Society’s Award of Garden Merit.

10 AGM Evergreens by Graham Rice Ten variegated evergreen shrubs for winter which have received the Royal Horticultural Society’s Award of Garden Merit.

Be sure to take a look at all my selections of AGM plants

Continuing my choices of plants recently award the Royal Horticultural Society’s Award of Garden Merit.

Kniphofia ‘Bees Sunset’

Chrysanthemum ‘Perry’s Peach’

Be sure to take a look at all the latest AGM winners I've written up.


Royal Horticultural Society New Plants blog

Over on my my Royal Horticultural Society New Plants blog I’ve posted about these plants:

Echinacea ‘Magic Box’: New from Thompson & Morgan

Coreopsis ‘Unbelievable’: New from Mr Fothergill’s Seeds

Anemone Pretty Lady Series: new dwarf Japanese anemones

Zinnia ‘Zahara Double Fire’: New from Plants of Distinction

Potato ‘Sunrise’: New from D. T. Brown

Petunia ‘Black Velvet’: New for 2011

Petunia ‘Phantom’: New from Thompson & Morgan

Two new variegated hebes


Transatlantic Plantsman blog

And here on my Transatlantic Plantsman blog, these are my recent posts:

Guest post: judywhite goes nuts for nuts

Mad planting ideas for our country town

£40 (that’s more than $60) - for a fescue!!

Victory over the plant police – for now at least

Blueberries in fall color

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