More to show at Four Oaks as Earley doubles stand capacity

Double the size of last year, leading independent producer and supplier of young plants, Earley Ornamentals will be showcasing its latest young plants on its brand new 2015 stand at Four Oaks Trade Show.

Packed with even more exciting new varieties, the Earley stand will also feature new colour additions from the award-winning SunPatiens® range and all the latest growing technology news.

SunPatiens® to look out for in 2016

Highlights from the SunPatiens® range include Hot Lilac, an addition to the Compact range, which received bronze in the New Plant Awards Annuals Category at the recent HTA National Plant Show 2015. This on-trend colour is set to be a favourite in the year ahead for creating added value pots and striking hanging baskets.

Three new SunPatiens® Vigorous colours will be on show too, Clear White, stunning Pink Pearl and, Earley is predicting that the striking new SunPatiens® Vigorous Scarlet Red will be a prevailing choice for 2016. This range is becoming increasingly popular for amenity beds, gardens and large patio containers.

Exciting new varieties on show

New to Earley’s portfolio is the striking Begonia Fortune Salmon Bicolour, the latest introduction to the Quick and Compact range, and new variety, Nemesia Easter Bonnet, which creates a profusion of fragrant bicolour blooms of light lemon yellow and soft pink produced over plants of a compact habit, making this stunning plant ideal for patio tubs, bed edges, rockeries or raised beds.

Rising stars and on-trend colours

Recently introduced and already a best-seller, the Earley Viola Vibrante F1 is available in a mixture of 20 vibrant colours, including popular bicolours. The early flowering high-quality Viola Vibrante F1 has a compact and uniform habit.

New on-trend colour, Henna, has been added to the versatile Supercal range. X Petchoa SuperCal® features all the benefits without the ph sensitivities of Calibrachoa, which can cause establishment issues, or the sticky leaves and late flowering nature of Petunia. With large flowers from Petunia and vibrant colours of Calibrachoa, this all-weather super hero is easier to establish, grow and care for, making it ideal for hanging baskets, containers and borders.

Investing and innovating in growing technology

Committed to quality, Earley operates a progressive programme of investment, innovation and development to ensure a fast-turnaround service. Information will be available about the growing technology that supports this, including the environmental computer that controls temperature, humidity, light and venting in all of the Earley glasshouses, as well as how investing in biomass technology has reduced Earley’s carbon footprint.

Earley’s experts will also be on-hand for landscape, commercial, retail and local authority growers to discuss all growing requirements.

Committed to producing quality young plants for the UK market, Earley Ornamentals is a leading, independent family-run business that is proud to be the selected partner for many of the UK's leading commercial and retail growers.

Earley’s high quality plants are bred to meet the needs of today's professional growers.

With an extensive product range of high quality stock designed to meet the needs of today's professional growers, over 180m young plants, made up of 1,700 varieties, are grown each year at Earley’s state-of-the-art 12-acre site near Thirsk, North Yorkshire.

Earley Ornamentals will be at Stand Area D 53/ 54/ 79/ 80.

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