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Recent posts on new plants

Hibiscus: New huge-flowered perennial varieties. Images © Walters Gardens
Over on my Royal Horticultural Society New Plants blog, I post about a plant that's new to British gardeners about every five days.
Some of them have not yet arrived in North America, some of them originate in North America and may be familiar to American gardeners. But here are links to the all posts on new plants from January and February.

Ageratum: New cut flowers from seed or plants 

Hibiscus: New huge-flowered perennial varieties (above, click to enlarge)

Alstroemeria Rock ‘n’ Roll: New from Thompson & Morgan

Canna ‘Tropical Bronze Scarlet’: new from Plants of Distinction

Magnolia Fairy Magnolia Blush: new evergreen spring magnolia

Dessert Series scabious: ‘Blackberry Fool’ (lilac pink), ‘Blueberry Muffin’ (lilac blue), ‘Cherry Pie’ (red), ‘Plum Pudding’ (purple) and ‘Rhubarb Crumble’ (pink). Images © Pro-Veg

Chilli pepper ‘Basket of Fire’: prolific container variety

Physalis Halloween Series: New compact varieties

Lettuce ‘Lettony’: New from Thompson & Morgan 

Scabiosa Dessert Series: New from Hayloft Plants (right, click to enlarge)

Petunia 'Belinda': New from Mr Fothergill

Digitalis 'Illumination': New from Thompson & Morgan

Achimenes from Europe: New from Chiltern Seeds




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