Allensmore Nurseries launches 40 new plants in catalogue

Hereford-based Allensmore Nurseries has published its 2018 Main Season 60-page catalogue in revised, larger format, with improved plant information.

Verbascum 'Plum Smokey'
Verbascum 'Plum Smokey'
Split into Perennials; Bedding; Edibles; Spanish; Italian Riviera and Architectural collections it includes more than 40 new introductions, including Verbascum 'Plum Smokey' and Polemonium 'Kaleidoscope'.
The new Allensmore Perennials range is supported by a 1780mm x 485mm Point of Sale board which can be customised using retailers’ own logos and supplied, free of charge, against qualifying order values.
Allensmore commercial director Jane Davies said: "Our new 2018 range of plants is the result of a great deal of research into the latest consumer trends and extensive searches for exciting new introductions which have wide appeal and high volume sales potential for our customers. We are especially pleased to offer
our terrific range of perennials that provide year-round sales opportunities for our customers.
"Our new format catalogue has been designed to help our retailer customers to find the plants they need for their businesses more easily and quickly. And our new, free, large format point of sale boards will help consumers locate the perennial plants they want for their gardens when visiting our customers’ stores.
"Our updated website contains links to our new collections and also includes a new video showing some of our new introductions and stunning aerial views of our significantly expanded production and dispatch facilities here at Allensmore".

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