Patio plant novelties feature in autumn plant additions from Ball Colegrave

Ball Colegrave's 2017 Autumn Additions brochure adds 18 new varieties introduced since the issue of its 2017 plant catalogue.

Coolwave trial at Ball Colegrave
Coolwave trial at Ball Colegrave

The new additions will be available for the first time in garden centres from autumn 2017 through to spring 2018.

Highlights include new novelties for the patio plant market such as Primrose F1 Cherish, Viola F1 Sorbet XP Raspberry Sundae Mix, Polyanthus F1 Showstopper Yellow and Trailing F1 Pansy and Cool Wave Lemon.

All new plant introductions have been tested on Ball Colegrave's trial grounds in West Adderbury, Banbury. 

A record 3,000 trade and home gardeners visited Ball's 2016 Summer Showcase. The 2017 Trade Summer Showcase dates are now set for 10-28 July.

See https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=vMkqvJJWy1c

Pansy trial February 2017

Primrose trial February 2017


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