New Digitalis Illumination Flame

Following a massively successful launch at the Californian Pack trials this spring the new Digitalis Illumination Flame finally arrives in the UK. Bred by Thompson & Morgan this award winning variety is yet another breeding breakthrough with a unique flower colour and a long flowering season from May to September.

Distribution to UK growers will be handled by Delamore Ltd and throughout Europe by Kientzler based in Germany. Illumination Flame is another excellent addition to our vegetative range which also includes Digitalis Illumination Pink the Buddleja Buzz series, Bidens Pirates series and Penstemon Ice Cream series all of which are freely available to UK growers.Direct to Grower.

Thompson & Morgan direct to grower continues to expand its range of seed and seed raised young plants adding a new range of perennials in a 60 plug which can be ordered now for week 12 delivery 2014 with later summer delivery periods also available.

This larger size plug gives growers taking late summer deliveries a more established plant to pot on cutting winter losses and giving saleable product earlier the following the spring. Week 6 and 12 deliveries give a product that for most varieties will flower the same season.

All tray prices for this range include labels. We have added 27 new varieties to this range including some exciting new lines form our own breeding such as Poppy Plum Pudding and Hollyhock Halo lavender and also included some old favourites like the Lupin Gallery series and Digitalis Dalmation series. Order on line atwww.direct2grower.com or call our order line 01473 695290 to receive details of the range.

Our new seed catalogue will available at the end of August. This contain our full seed range and our range of 144 young plants for spring delivery. This sees many new addition too in both the seeds and plant ranges. See us on stand C18+33 at Fours oaks show to discuss your requirements.

For further information contact:

Thompson & Morgan
Poplar Lane
Ipswich
Suffolk
IP8 3BU
 
01473 695290
01473 601161
www.direct2grower.com


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