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Highlights from the Horticulture Week archives celebrating 175 years since the launch of our forerunner, Gardeners' Chronicle.
Plants in this genus range from our native lesser celandine to the frost-tender R. asiaticus. Miranda Kimberley reports
Vivid blue flowers make these plants stand out in the garden and attract bees and butterflies, says Miranda Kimberley.
These exotic annuals with erect plumes or long tassels of flowers can make a bold statement, Miranda Kimberley finds.
Germinal has introduced its perennial ryegrass variety Cabrio into two of its Grade-A seed mixtures, increasing the toughness and wear of its fine turf lawn products.
Designed for local authority and contracting work, the new Bushranger Edger E35 has been introduced to offer rugged performance and a top-class finish while providing easy operation and high productivity.
Suitable for wide-area mowing in the commercial, golf and amenity turf markets, John Deere's 1500 Series II Comfort front rotary mowers are now available in the UK and Ireland.
Sherriff Amenity has launched a new range of biostimulant products that increase plants' metabolism, nutrient availability, water-holding capacity and production of antioxidants and chlorophyll.
Agrigem has launched a new herbicide for annual, perennial and grass weeds.
Rigby Taylor's new sprayer range for amenity professionals is designed to apply products effectively at 1 bar pressure and a medium-to-coarse spray application rate of 150 litres per hectare. Each sprayer comes with 1 bar cf pressure regulator and a range of nozzles to offer operators a choice of spray widths.
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