Bransford Webbs adds to ranges

The Bransford Webbs Plant Company are improving and expanding ranges in 2017.

The Proven Winners range will all be in white Proven Winners branded pots with a bespoke Proven Winners label. The range has been improved and expanded for 2017, and will include two new varieties of Buddleja – ‘Blue Chip Junior’ and ‘Pink Micro Chip’, and four new varieties of Hydrangea – ‘Sweet Marshmallow’ & ‘Sweet Cupcake’, ‘Blackberry Pie’ & ‘Strawberry ‘n’ Cream’.
Proven Winners lines will be available in garden centres from May onwards and will be provided with bespoke Proven Winners.
The Garden Orchids range, available from Bransford Webbs, created by Anthura, has been expanded this year. As well as Cypripedium, the range this year will incorporate Pleione, Calanthe and Bletilla all in newly designed, stylish new packaging.
The Bransford Webbs Plant Company will be supplying Hebe Addenda to garden centres across the UK from July. The range will include varieties in the Classica and Donna range, as well as Grande Blue.
Sales director Adrian Marskell said: "Here at the Bransford Webbs Plant Company, we are always looking for opportunities to extend our range with plants that complement our existing offer, and we have
definitely done that with these three ranges. All three present exciting opportunities for increased sales and I look forward to seeing them become an established part of the Bransford Webbs catalogue."

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